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tT) I- Report of the Auditor of Accounts: 



Auditor's Report. 
Auditor's Orders. 

Dist of Orders Drawn by the Auditor, July 1, 1900, to June 
Xi 30, 1901. 

' List of Orders Drawn by the Auditor, July 1, 1901, to June 

^ 30. 1902. 

■^ Support of Insane Poor, Brattleboro Retreat, 1900 and 1901. 

Classification and Abstract of Accounts of Auditor, etc., 

^ Show^ing the Net Expense, etc., for the Years Ending 

"^ June 30. 1901. and June 30, 1902. 

.^ Probate Court Returns, Years Ending May 31, 1901, and 

May 31, 1902. 
"' Condensed Abstract. 

Summary. 



II. Report of the Treasurer: 



Report for 1900-1902. 
^.^ Receipts and Disbursements for Fiscal Year Ending June 

30, 1901. 
v_ Receipts and Disbursements for Fiscal Year Ending June 

- 30, 1902. 

J] Statement of Funds Held in Trust. 

United States Deposit Fund Held to Credit of Towns. 
Huntington Fund. 
State Tax. 
. ^ Five Per Cent State School Tax. 

--^^ Five Per Cent State Highway Tax. 

' Receipts from County Clerks. 

Receipts from Probate Judges. 
Profits on Liquor Agency Sales. 
Charter Fees. 

Collateral Inheritance Taxes. 
^ Report on Corporation Taxes. 

Schedule of License Taxes. 
Tabular Statement of Receipts and Disbursements. 

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III. Report of Inspector of Finance: 

Annual Report for 1901. (See Index.) 
Annual Report for 1902. (See Index.) 



IV. Report op the Comhibsioner of State Taxes: 

Report. 

Statement of Taxes Assessed. 

Summary. 



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Report of Adjutant and Inspector General: 
Report of Quartermaster-General: 

Report of Adjutant and Inspector General for 1900-1902. 
Report of Quartermaster-General for 1900-1902. 
Roster of the Vermont National Guard. 



VI. Report of Serge ant- at- Arms: 

Report. 

Inventory of Property. 

Schedule of Exi)enditures. 



VII. Report of Supervisor of the Insane: 

Report. 

Statistics of State Hospital. 

Statistics of Brattlebopo Retreat 

VIII. Report of Officers of Brattleboro Retreat: 

Board of Officers. 

Trustees' Report 

Superintendent's Report. 

Abstract of Receipts and Expenditures. 

Statistical Tables. 

IX. Report of the Trustees of the Vermont State Hospital 

FOR the Insane: 

Officers of Hospital. 

Trustees' Report. 

Superintendent's Report. 

Financial Statement 

Report of the Pathologist and Clinical Director. 

Statistical Tables. 

Abbreviated Post-Mortem Data Since October, 1899. 

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X. Repobt op Officebs of the State Pbison: 

Directors* Report 

Officers of the State Prison. 

Report of Superintendent. 

Statement of Account. 

Statistics. 

Convicts in the State Prison. 

Chaplain's Report. 

Physician's Report 

Rules, Regulations, etc. 

Daily Rations. 

XI. Report of Officers of the House of Cobbection: 

Directors* Report. 

Officers of the House of Correction. 

Superintendent's Report 

Statistics. 

Chaplain's Report 

Teacher's Report. 

Physician's Report. 

XII. Repobt of the Vebmont Industrial School: 

Report of the Trustees. 
Superintendent's Report. 
Additional Statistics. 
Remarks. 
Names of Pupils. 
Dietary. 

XIII. Repobt of the Univebsity of Vebmont: 

Board of Trustees. 
Report 

XIV. Repobt of Vebmont Boabd of Dental Examinebs: 

Report. 

Vermont Dental Law. 

List of Dentists. 



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Report of the Auditor of Accounts* 



State of Vermont, n 

Offmce of the Auditor of Accounts, (. 

Bennington, Vt., Septenihei^ 1, 1902. ) 

To Willium W. Sticloiet/, Governor: 

Pursuant to Vermont Statutes, section 318, which pro- 
vides as follows, the Auditor " Shall make a biennial report 
to the Governor, giving an abstract of the revenues and dis- 
bursements of the State for each fiscal year, properly classi- 
fied, by whatever officer received or made, so that it will 
appear on what account they were received or made, and also 
a summary of the amounts allowed in each county, and shall 
suggest in his report such modifications of law as appear 
necessary to procure a faithful accounting of public funds," 
I hereby make to you my biennial report. 

I do not attempt to comply with that part of the Statute 
which requires me to give an abstract of the revenues of the 
State. Under the law and the practice in this State this mat- 
ter is especially within the cognizance of the State Treasurer, 
whose report upon that subject I believe to be correct. 

I have attached hereto an abstract of the disbursements 
of the State for the two preceding fiscal years and believe 
the same to be correct. 

I have drawn orders in the aggregate as follows: 

For the fiscal year ending June 30, 1901 $685,126 98 

For the fiscal year ending June 30, 1902 688,059 18 

During the preceding biennial term orders were drawn: 

For the fiscal year ending June 30, 1899 $630,712 76 

For the fiscal year ending June 30, 1900 614,617 19 

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10 BIENNIAL REPORT OF THE 

For a tabulated comparative statement of the total ex- 
penses of the State for the four preceding fiscal years I refer 
you to the last pages of this report. From such statements 
it will be observed that the expenses of the State are increas- 
ing, and it will also be observed that the indebtedness of the 
State has decreased in the four preceding fiscal years f470,- 
526.93, and at the close of the last fiscal year was |46,871.64. 

The increase in the expenses of the State for the last 
biennial term over the preceding term is substantially in the 
following departments and of the amounts hereinafter stated : 

Agricultural |15,414 54 

Educational 3,174 74 

Military 11,595 34 

Insane 67,760 95 

Printing 7,393 85 

Public Health 5,785 50 

Special Commissions 3,828 98 

Sergeant-atArms 4,496 93 

Administration of Justice 8,729 49 

1128,180 32 



Several of the departments show a decrease of expense in 
the last biennial term over the preceding, notably: 

P^^al 128,554 92 

Soldiers' Home 6,340 00 

»34,894 92 



To one item which shows an increased expense I desire 
to call especial attention, and that is the item of printing. 
In connection with this I also call attention to the matter 
of stationery and blanks, which does not appear in any sep- 
arate account, but items of which are in the account of almost 
every department. These two items approximate |20,00O an- 
nually, and each year are likely, under present methods, to 
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AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS. 11 

excuse for some of this, yet I believe if the matter of print- 
ing and stationery were in the hands of a competent indi- 
vidual to manage in a business like manner better results to 
the State would be obtained, both financially and otherwise, 
and the likelihood of a future increase of expense in this line 
be prevented. 

My observations for the last four years convince me that 
there is a tendency to some increase in nearly every line of 
the State expenses — in some instances warranted and in oth- 
ers unwarranted. But it is not the province of the Auditor 
of Accounts to suggest legislation upon any of these subjects. 
If any suggestion can be made as to the perfecting of the 
machinery of the Auditing Department, to the end that all 
money may be spent as the law provides and none expended 
that is not authorized, my duty in this behalf is performed. 

Section 5430 of Vermont Statutes provides that the fis- 
cal year shall close on the 30th day of June of each year, 
and also provides that the accounts of the May and June 
terms of court shall be carried forward to the succeeding 
fiscal year. In other words, there is one fiscal year for one 
part of the State exi)enses and another fiscal year for the 
other part. In my judgment this produces confusion in the 
keeping of accounts, is liable to lead to errors and should 
be changed so that there will be but one fiscal year for all 
the departments of the State. 

Many of the regular appropriations are made for calen- 
dar years, and the Auditor's accounts must be so kept that 
the account of each department entitled to such appropri- 
ations will show its account by calendar years. The amount 
of these appropriations is frequently changed by the Legis- 
lature. If appropriations could be made for fiscal instead 
of for calendar years another source of confusion and liabil- 
ity to error in the keeping of accounts would be avoided. 

Without going into the matter in detail, as in my report 
of two years ago, I beg again to suggest that the present 
method of compensating county clerks for their services is 
bungling, unsatisfactory, antiquated and ought to be super- 
seded by an intelligible, fair and modern method. 

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12 BIBNNIAL REPORT OF THE 

A disagreement has existed between some boards and 
the Auditor as to whether the individual members of these 
boards were entitled to receive a jn^r diem and expenses 
while attending certain gatherings of a public kind, although 
to such members of an instructive nature, in other Htatep. 
I have uniformly held that the law did not authorize the 
Auditor to pay either the per diem or expenses of the mem- 
bers of boards for such service, bi^lieving the Statute does 
not contemplate their education at the State's expense. If 
the law upon this subject could be made more certain than 
it now is I believe it would be of advantage. 

For an annual expense of about ?3,000 the State "of Ver- 
mont expects a careful and accurate auditing of an annual 
expenditure of from a half to three-quarters of a million of 
dollars, and in connection with this work requires the Audi- 
tor to visit each county twice a year, each probate court once 
a year, and to make annual settlements with all officers, 
boards, institutions and commissions who receive or disburse 
the moneys of the State. He must also examine thousands 
of claims against the State of Vermont annually, and is 
charged with keeping books of account relating to all trans- 
actions of the State of which he has jurisdiction. 

For a full enumeration of his duties, as the foregoing are 
not all of them, I refer you to chapter 24 of Vermont Stat- 
utes. 

In my judgment one person, with such clerical assistance 
as is allowed the Auditor under existing law, cannot fully 
and with the best results to the State perform all the work 
that is cast upon this office. 

I do not think financial loss has accrued to the State by 
reason of the present condition, except such as is liable to 
occur when auditing is not conducted with close attention 
to details, yet I feel constrained once more to go upon rec- 
ord by calling attention to the fact that a revision and read- 
justment of the law relating to, and the duties cast upon, the 
office of Auditor is required : that unless this ifi done, sooner 
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AUDITOR OP ACCOUNTS. 13 

can easily be prevented by attention to the matter at the 
present time. 

In closing this my second term of office I desire to thank 
most heartily all those with whom I have had official rela- 
tions, and to bespeak for my successor in office the same cour- 
teous treatment that has been accorded to me. 
Respectfully submitted, 

ORION M. BARBER, 

Auditor of Accounts. 



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AUDITOR'S ORDERS. 



Since entering upon the duties of this office but one series of order 
books have been used and all orders drawn by me have been num- 
bered consecutively beginning with the number next following the last 
Older drawn by my predecessor, Hon. Franklin D. Hale, whose num- 
bering for this series of orders began with the first order drawn after 
June 30, 1898, and was numbered 1. 



LIST OF ORDERS DRAWN BY THE 
AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS, 

From July i, 1900, to June 30^ 1901^ inclusive. 

Date. No. Name. For what. Amount. 

1900. 
July 7 3424 S. A. Andrews, sup't req. July exp. Indus. Sch., $2,000 00 

3425 H. F. Graham, fees, insane pauper hearings, 

Orleans Co., 16 00 

3426 T. 0. Phlnney, acct. serg't-at-arms, June, 434 44 

3427 H. W. Bailey, serv. & exp. F. & G. & sup't hatch., 144 52 

3428 J. W. Titcomb, serv. & exp. as F. & G. Comr., 82 15 

3429 Elisha May, serv. & exp. as prob^n officer, Cal. Co., 12 30 

3430 D. P. Peabody, coal, Rutland Co. court house, 129 65 

3431 Andrew W. Kezer, pension, 30 00 

3432 Peter Lander, pension, 30 00 

3433 M. Hutchinson, sup't, July, req. St. Hosp. for 

Insane, 

3434 O. A. Page, fish net bounty, 

3435 George M. Hogan, exp. sec. civil & mil. affairs, 

3436 Fred A. Howland, ins. com'r, fees, 

3437 D. W. Steele, salary, state's att'y. Franklin Co., 
3436 R. M. Harvey, attorney fees, Orange Co., 
8439 C. M. Ferrin, serv. & exp. as sup'r of Insane, 

3440 G«orge Stephens, testing cattle, 

3441 Rich & Fisher, testing cattle, 

3442 B. C. Tuttle, serv. & exp., dir. St. P. & H. of 

C. & P. C, 
9 8443 E. L. Waterman, sal., probate Judge, 6 months, 
3444 Lavant M. Read, sal., probate Judge, 6 months, 

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600 00 


130 50 


82 25 


62 50 


323 95 


111 97 


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Date. No. Name. For what. Amount. 

July 9 3445 T. O. Seaver, sal., probate judge, 6 months, $450 00 

3446 F. E. Alfred, sal., probate Judge, 6 months, 400 00 

3447 Wm. H. Nichols, sal., probate Judge, 6 months, 300 00 

3448 Samuel M. Gleaison, sal., probate Judge, 6 months, 300 00 

3449 Wm. Haynes, sal. & exp., probate Judge, 6 mos., 171 20 

3450 Otis N. Kelton, sal. & exp., probate Judge, 6 mos., 545 80 

3451 John D. Smith, sal. & exp., probate Judge, 6 mos., 845 50 

3452 Thos. C. Bobbins, sal., probate Judge, 6 months, 500 00 

3453 Henry L. Clark, sal., probate Judge, 6 months, 300 00 

3454 Hiram Garleton, sal. & exp., probate Judge, 6 mos., 026 90 

3455 Robert Chase, sal. & exp., probate Judge, 6 mos., 245 00 

3456 Edwin C. White, sal. & exp., probate Judge, 6 mos., 320 37 

3457 W. A. Bingham, sal. & exp., probate Judge, 6 mos., 647 37 

3458 W. B. Edgerton, sal. & exp., probate Judge, 6 mos., 274 45 
11 3459 H. T. Cushman, clerk, add. est. Benn. Co. court, 

June term, 1900, 1,200 00 

14 3460 F. L. Fish, ser. & exp., mileage book cases, 778 54 

16 3461 D. L. Morgan, req. June exp., H. of Correction, 1,382 98 

3462 Hospital Cot. for Chil., bM & care, Vt. benfs., 42 25 

3463 W. H. Gilmore, June drill, encampment N. U. 1,197 26 

17 3464 P. C. Houghton, 17 fox bounties, Kirby, 10 30 

3465 W. S. Bascom, 34 fox bounties, 4 rattlers, Benson, 24 40 

3466 T. A. Sessions, 35 fox bounties, Goshen, 21 00 

3467 Robert Chase, 7 fox bounties, Guildhall, 4 20 

3468 Geo. W. Morse, 84 fox bounties, Waterbury, 50 40 

3469 W. C. Danforth, 45 fox bounties. Barnard, 27 00 

3470 C. B. Kendall, 43 fox bounties, Shoreham, 25 80 

3471 George E. Bartlett, 1 lynx, 29 fox bounties, Bristol, 22 40 

3472 C. E. Coruth, 37 fox bounties, Charleston, 22 20 

3473 B. B. Scrlbner, 31 fox bounties, Corinth, 18 60 

3474 E. I. Claflin, 4 fox bounties, Braintree, 2 40 

3475 D. H. Bennett, 12 fox bounties, Bridport, 7 20 

3476 Everett Forsyth, 55 fox bounties, 33 00 

3477 E. O. Aldrich, 4 bears, 43 fox bounties, Shrewsbury, 73 80 

3478 W. S. Eaton, 1 lynx, 43 fox bounties, Grafton, 

3479 Martin Shattuck, 56 fox bounties, Eden, 

3480 V. N. Forbes, 31 rattlers, 10 fox bounties, 

West Haven, 

3481 N. D. Parker, 1 lynx, 11 fox bounties, Chittenden, 

3482 S. R. Fletcher, 21 fox bounties, Holland, 

3483 A. M. Prouty, 1 lynx, 31 fox bounties. Marlboro, 

3484 W. H. Gilmore, 9 fox bounties, Fairlee, 

3485 G. H. Trask, 1 bear, 22 fox bounties, Rochester, 

3486 M. T. King, 36 fox bounties, Tunbridge, 

3487 H. E. Partridge, 18 fox bounties, Mount Holly, 

3488 Lf. C. Davis, 32 fox bounties, Burke, 

3489 W. H. Bingham, 16 fox bounties, Cornwall, 

3490 G. A. Colby, 29 fox bounties, Victory, 

3491 E. P. Brown, 35 fox bounties, Vershire, 

3492 George F. Eastman, 6 fox bounties. Walden, 

3493 O. H. Kent, 37 fox bounties, Calais, 

3494 E. D. Herrick, 6 fox bounties, Highgate, 

3495 N. W. Foster, 16 fox bounties. Whiting, 

3496 George W. Curtis, 1 fox bounty, Ira, 

3497 G. A. Colby, 10 fox bounties. Victory, 

3498 L. M. Bates, 1 fox bounty, Westford, 

3499 P. H. Hadley, 29 fox bounties. Rockingham, 

3500 O. E. Luce. 64 fox bounties, Stowe, 

3501 Robert Roberts, mayor, fun. exp., etc., dec. vet., 

Burlington, 50 00 

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23 60 


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21 60 


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19 20 


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17 40 


21 00 


3 60 


22 20 


3 60 


9 60 


60 


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17 40 


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Date. No. Name. For what. Amount. 

July 17 3502 W. B. Viall, ser. & exp., state highway com'r, $947 63 

3503 Argus & Patriot Co., stat. supplies for see. state, 20 96 

3504 James B. Donoway, fees, insane pauper hear- 

ing, Addison Co., 6 15 

3505 Fred B. Plngree, counsel fees under assignment, 10 00 

3506 E. M. Bartlett, ser. & exp., dlr. St. P. & H. of C, 125 44 

3507 O. M. Barber, counsel fee under assignment, 15 00 

3508 W.H.Gilmore, current exp., state militia, 5 mos., 1,986 00 
3500 F. C. Southgate, counsel fees under assignment, 50 00 

3510 F. L. Fish. ser. & exp., V. S., sec. 210, 20 00 

3511 W. B. C. Stickney, counsel fee under assignment, 299 00 

3512 Gilbert A. Davis, counsel fee under assignment, 217 65 

3513 Free Press Assn., printing for adjt.-gen., 13 25 

20 3514 L. A. Post, 17 fox bounties, Georgia, 10 20 

3515 F. B. Hammond, 30 fox bounties, Troy, 18 00 

3516 A. N. Daniels, cattle killed, 100 00 

21 3517 W. H. Allen, fun. exp., dec. vet, Walden, 38 oO 

3518 Theodore King, fun. exp., dec. vet, Gastleton, 50 00 

3519 M. E. Chase, detective serv.. Wash. Co., 25 00 

3520 Thos. E. Boyce, ser. & ex.. Add. Co., examiner, 103 13 

3521 Hospital Cot for Chil., b'd & care, Vt benfs., 675 00 

3522 Vt Watchman Co., printing for sec. »tate, 28 40 

3523 F. A. Howland, exp., ins. com. & sec. state, 71 80 

3524 F. S. Whipple, fun. exp., dec. vet., Morristown, 50 00 

23 3525 F. D. GIddings, officers' fees, ser. cert wt., 

Benn. Co.. 10 10 

3526 W. H. Hamilton, app. Wardsboro road, Wind, Co., 150 00 

3527 G. S. Hill. 1 lynx, 57 fox bounties. Cavendish, 27 20 

24 3528 F. C. Southgate, ser. & ex., prob. offl., Windsor Co., 31 29 
26 3529 W. C. Bingham, funeral exp.. dec. vet, Bristol, 50 00 

3530 Luther B. Hunt, fun. exp., dec. vet, Fairfax, 50 00 

3531 L. C. Seeger, 3 fox bounties, Addison, 1 80 

3532 E. S. Bristol, 41 fox bounties, Panton, 24 60 

3533 J. A. Chedel, 18 fox bounties, Stockridge, 10 80 

3534 A. J. Dewey, P. M., post supp., auditor's office, 32 90 
28 3535 N. A. Norton, atty. fee, Orleans Co., 15 00 

3536 H. W. Lund., ser. & exp., Essex Co. Ins. hearing, 8 45 

3537 V. A. Donaldson, cattle killed. 17 50 

3538 P. J. Stickle, cattle killed, 15 00 

3539 G. W. Randall, cattle killed, 289 25 

3540 B. W. Shaw, cattle killed, 60 00 

3541 Jonas Stearns, cattle killed, 87 50 

3542 B. S. Luce, cattle killed, 15 00 

3543 Gilbert Harper, Jr., cattle killed, 10 00 

3544 Speedwell Farms, cattle killed, 82 50 

3545 C. S. Johnson, cattle killed, 98 50 

3546 J. F. Miles, 31 fox bounties, Hinesburgh, 18 60 

3547 A. F. Dirkee, 23 fox bounties. Sheldon, 13 80 

3548 Chapin Leonard, 26 fox bounties. Glover, 15 60 
Aug. 1 3549 M. S. Stone, summer school. Rut, Lam. & 

Caledonia counties, ' 675 00 

3550 W. H. Gilmore, muster state militia, 8,828 00 

3551 W. H. Gilmore, bal. muster state militia, 5,000 00 
2 3552 E. W. Oaks, exp., state prison, 1,800 00 

3553 W. N. Piatt ser. & exp., trus. hospital for insane, 99 92 

3554 Ell A. Austin, 2 justice bills of costs & returns, 117 96 

3555 H. S. Wilson, sheriff bill, Bennington Co., 100 00 
6 3556 L. P. Slack, detective ser. under V. S. 2957, 105 05 

3557 Horace W. Bailey, ser. & exp., fish & game 

com'r, sup't H., 146 86 

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L-ate. No. Name. For what. Amount. 

Aug. 6 3558 John W. Titcomb, ser. & exp., flsh & game com'r, $125 76 

3559 T. C. Phinney, acc*t as serg't-at-arms, 166 68 

3560 Alex. Cochran, fun. exp. & H. S., dec. vet., Groton, 50 00 

3561 J. K. Curtis, ser. & exp. as cattle com'r, 122 47 

3562 I. W. Parks, V. S., testing cattle, order com'rs, 15 90 

3563 Herman Phlllpsen, V. S., testing cattle, 6 50 
7 3564 John L. Bacon, order com'rs under No. 147, 1898, 930 00 

3565 C. W. Brownell, ser. & ex. as com'r under 147, 1898, 172 40 

3566 T. C. Phlnney, ser. as com*r & sup*t under No. 

147, 1898, 

3567 R. R. Hathaway, req. court exp., 

3568 W. H. Gllmore, req. for work on St. Camp gd., 
9 3569 D. J. Foster, ser. & exp., R. R. com'r, 

3570 Mystic Oral School, board & tuition Vt. Beneflc, 

10 3571 N. S. Steams, det. ser. under V. S. sec. 2957. 

11 3572 Clark Sch. for Deaf, b*d & tu. 8 Vt. Beneflc. 

3573 Kit. Haskins, ser. & exp. as comr No. 147. 1898, 

3574 S. E. Lawton, supt. ac. Brattleboro Retreat, 
13 3575 R. Walnwrlght, req. ct. exp., 

3576 Geo. H. Davis, treas., bount. 1 rattlesnake & 6 

foxes, 

3577 E. W. Slayton, treas., bounties on 11 foxes, 

3578 Wm. B. McBlroy, treas., bounties on 25 foxes, 

3579 J. F. Miles, treas., bounty on 1 fox, 

3580 Edmund C. Mower, ser. for sts. att*y. Chit, co., 

15 3581 G. H. Perkins, ser. & exp., st. geol. & cur. of cab., 187 97 

16 3582 T. C. Phlnney, coal bill for State House, 700 48 
3583 A. E. Wlllard, 1 cow killed, order cattle com'r, 15 00 

17 3584 Geo. S. Robinson, bount. on 1 b'r, 29 fxs, Brighton, 29 40 

3585 Si a. Andrews, supt., req. Aug., ex. V. Ind. Sch., 1,950 00 

3586 E. W. Oakes, supt., req. Aug., ex. state prison, 2,500 00 

3587 HIenry D. Holton, treas., ex. of bact. laboratory, 2,000 00 
22 3588 F. L. Fish, counsel fee. assignment for state. 261 85 

3589 Wm. H. Bliss, counsel fee, under assign, for state, 270 43 

3590 Jas. B. Donoway, counsel fee, assign, for resp., 279 44 

3591 S. M. Landon. exp., state library com*rs, 238 92 
3592 . C. J. Bell, ser. & exp. at farmers* Institutes, 116 78 

24 3593 R. Walnwrlght, req. court expenses, 500 00 

25 3594 T. W. Moloney, counsel fee, under assig. for resp., 287 66 
3595 Wilbur P. Davis, req. court expenses, 3,000 00 

28 3596 Geo. A. Hubbard, req. court expenses. 1,200 00 

29 3597 The Caledonian Co., ptg. & bdg. Vt. rep., vol. 71, 1,148 ^ 

3598 Horace Baxter, 1 cow killed, 20 00 

3599 N. E. Chamberlain, 8 cows killed, 20 00 

30 3600 O. P. Ray, req. court expenses. 4,500 00 

31 3601 M. E. Smilie, req. court expenses, 4,000 00 

3602 J. H. Merrifleld, req. court expenses, 1,750 00 

3603 H. A. Harmon, req. court expenses, 2,700 OO 
Sept. 1 3604 S. H. & P. H. Martin, 1 cow killed. 12 50 

3605 E. C. Sipith, salary as governor, 375 00 

3606 T. S. Peck, salary as adj. & ins. general, 250 OO 

3607 H. R. Start, sal. & exp., judge supreme court, 823 66 

3608 T. C. Phlnney, account as serg't-at-arms, 666 48 

3609 John L. Bacon, sal. & exp., state treasurer, 574 90 

3610 R. S. Taft. sal. & exp. as judge supreme court, 847 04 

3611 John W. Rowell, sal. & exp., judge sup. court 784 41 

3612 Loveland Munson, sal. & exp., judge sup. court, 876 50 

3613 F. A. Bagnall, ser. & exp., normal school com'r, 196 64 

3614 W. P. Stafford, sal. & exp., judge sup. court, 539 28 

3615 F. S. Piatt, sal. & exp. as ins. finance, 389 40 

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AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS. 19 

Date. No. Name. For what. Amount 

Sept. 1 3616 M. Hutchinson, sup't, req. Aug. exp. Vt. Hosp. 

for Insane, $10,755 00 

3617 H. B. Cushman, req. court expenses, 2,000 00 

3618 John H. Watson, sal. & exp.. Judge sup. ct, 824 32 

3 3619 Henry D. Holton, ser. & exp., mem. b'd health, 148 37 

3620 M. O. Perkins, ser. & exp., dir. St P. & H. of 

C. & P. com'r, 45 00 

3621 Free Press Ass'n, printing for adj. & ins. gen., 10 75 

3622 James M. Tyler, sal. & exp., judge sup. ct, 836 38 

3623 E. C. Mower, services for state attorney, 38 00 

3624 W. A. Ricker, 8 cows killed, 20 00 

3625 C. N. Wales, detec. ser. under V. S., sec. 2956, 50 00 

3626 Orion M. Barber, sal. & exp. as auditor, 636 88 

4 3627 Chas. Batchelder, ser. & exp., elk. R. R. com'rs, 324 35 

3628 Hale K. Darling, fees, insane pauper hearing. 

Orange Co., 10 50 

3629 H. D. Ryder, ser. & exp., county examiner, 183 87 

3630 Orrlce Ballard, ser. & exp., trus. Ins. Hosp., 61 86 

3631 Edwin Hill, fun. exp., etc., dec. vet, Lincoln. 50 00 

3632 D. W. Steele, fees, insane pauper hearing, 

Franklin Co., 17 00 

3633 Alex. Cochran, fun. exp., etc., dec. vet, Groton, 50 00 

3634 T. L. Wood, salary, 1st asst state librarian, 250 00 

5 3635 M. D. L. Thompson, printing for Chit Co. elk., 36 75 
3636 Geo. WMley, 1 cow killed, 15 00 

6 3637 Joseph T. Stearns, 97 b. of c. Bur. city ct, 1,764 83 
8 3638 D. H. Lewis, sal. & exp. as com'r state taxes, 382 00 

3639 Chas. Blow, bounty on 1 gill net seized, 5 00 

10 3640 R. Walnwright, req. court expenses, 231 26 

3641 Mitchell Gorlant 1 horse killed, 10 00 

3642 M. S. Stone, salary, sup*t Ed. & Sum. schools, 824 09 

3643 J. W. Titcomb, ^er. & exp. as F. & G. com'r, 222 90 

3644 Horace W. Bailey, ser. & ex. as F. & G. com'r, 184 10 

3645 C. L. Erwin, ser. & exp., supervisor insane, 129 48 

3646 Frank Plumley, counsel fee, under assig. for reap., 236 97 

3647 J. L. Hills, ser. & exp., board of agriculture, 86 47 

3648 C. J. Bell, ser. & exp., sec'y board of agr., 457 30 

3649 Union Card Co., printing for sec'y of state, 6 95 

3650 Geo. H. Perkins, ser. & exp. as state geologist 248 10 

3651 D. L. Morgan, sup't req. exp., July, H. of C, 1,244 85 

3652 Lyman Bullock, 6 cows killed, 100 00 

11 3653 A. L. Batten, 2 cows killed, 30 00 

12 3654 Arthur J. Dewey, P. M., postal supplies, 7 63 

3655 American School for Deaf, Vt-benef., 900 00 

3656 Edward Jackson, board & tuition, Vt benef., 2,466 67 
15 3657 Porter H. Dale, coun. fee under assign for st, 20 00 

3658 F. A. Howland, sal. as sec. of st & fees, ins. com'r, 507 20 

3659 St Albans Messenger Co., printing & stationery, 11 30 

3660 W. H. Bishop & Son, ptg. dockets, etc., Essex Co., 37 50 

3661 H. W. Lund, counsel fee under ass. for resp., 10 00 

3662 C. W. Fisher, testing cattle, 17 95 

17 3663 F. G. Spaulding, b'nty on 2 bears, 1 lynx, 52 foxes, 60 20 

3664 Wheelock & Dawley, ptg. & bdg. dockets, etc., 221 56 

3665 Geo. S. Foster, ser. & exp. as sup'r of ins., 128 50 

3666 Harry T. Cushman, ac. bill for rec. 289—1894, 78 82 

18 3667 Andrew Maurer, stationery, etc., for auditor, 37 20 

3668 W. P. Smith, salary as probate judge, 450 00 

3669 F. A. Walker, salary as probate judge, 400 00 

19 3670 J. H. Hamilton, comp. vital statistics, 100 00 
3671 Lamoille Pub. Co., ptg. & sta., Lamoille Co. cl'k, 76 40 



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20 BIENNIAL REI'OKT OF THE 

Date. No. Name. For what. Amount. 

Sept. 19 3672 Luther B. Huot, fun. exp., etc., dec. vet., Fairfax, $98 00 

3673 George E. Lane, sta. for probate ct., Franklin Co., 2 00 

25 3674 W. H. Gilmore, salary as Q. M. G., 166 00 

3675 Henry L. Clark, coal supply for probate office, 

Fairhaven, 40 40 

3676 Frank A. Walker, exp. as probate judge, Windsor, 63 62 

3677 Geo. H. Almon, work & fixtures under 147—1898, 228 03 

3678 T. S. Peck, expenses us adj. & ins. general, 35 17 

3679 Minnie C. Fisher, appr. under V. S., sec. 860-863, 13 80 
29 3680 M. Hutchinson, sup't, req. Sept exp., Vt. Insane 

Hospital, 9,000 00 

3681 S. A. Andrews, sup't, req. Sep. ex., Vt. Ind. Sch., 1,950 00 

3682 J. H. Merrifield, req. court exp., Windham Co., 500 u) 

3683 Henry S. Willson, ser. & exp., ser. req., Benn. Co., 99 46 

3684 Henry S. WUlson, sheriff & jailer's acct, Benn. Co., 820 48 
Oct. 1 3685 Peter Lander, pension, 30 00 

3686 St. Albans Messenger Co., printing for Q. M. G., 221 20 

3687 Hale K. Darling, atty. fee, insane pauper case, 5 00 

3688 C. F. Ranney & Co., ptg. dockets & sta. supplies, 100 08 

3689 Free Press Ass'n, ptg. for adj. & ins. general, 24 00 

3690 E. L. Hildreth & Co., sta. for military exp., 139 40 

3691 W. S. Adams, V. S., testing cattle, 14 45 

3692 Arthur W. Russell, jailor's account, Benn. Co., 512 41 

3693 W. T. Pike, V. S., testing cattle, 8 00 

3694 Henry Buss, V. S., testing cattle, 76 81 

3695 B. M. Flint, V. S., testing cattle, 22 00 

3696 George Stephens, V. S., testing cattle, 35 92 

3697 J. S. Button, V. S., testing cattle, 22 00 

3698 A. C. Needham, 1 horse killed, 32 00 

3699 Chas. S. Chase, copy evidence under V. S., 1025, . 67 65 

3700 Perry & Keeseman, ptg. & bdg. dockets, Benn. Co., 129 00 
2 3701 Kittredge Hasklns, com'r No. 237—1802, & board 

of visitors, 65 18 

4 3702 E. C. Smith, salary as governor, 141 64 

3703 F. E. Chamberlin, salary as executive clerk, 200 00 

3704 C. C. Fitts. counsel fee, Windham Co., 194 00 

3705 Geo. M. Hogan, sta., etc., as sec. of C. & M. affairs, 13 13 

3706 Geo. M. Hogan, sal. as sec. of C. & M. affairs, 200 00 
6 3707 E. C. Mower, counsel fee, under assign. Chit. Co., 70 00 

3708 Geo. E. Wheelwright Paper Co., paper for state, 448 40 

3709 L'Henreux & Bassett, ptg. & bdg. dock.. Chit. Co., 141 75 

3710 A. W. HIggins, ser. & exp.. mem. b'd of phar., 48 65 

3711 The Caledonian Co., printing for b'd of agric, 15 00 

3712 Free Press Ass'n, ptg. pamphlets for b'd of agri., 25 00 

3713 W. H. H. Greene, 24 cattle killed, 348 50 

3714 The Caledonian Co.. ptg. report Ins. com'rs, 824 00 

3715 Free Press Ass'n, ptg. for adj. & Ins. gen., 5 75 
9 3710 Rufus E. Brown, fees, Ins. pau. hearings, Chit. Co., 35 00 

3717 Horace F. Graham, atty. fee, Insane pauper case, 

Orleans Co., 8 00 

3718 J. G. Bellrose, ser. & exp., mem. b'd of phar., 161 48 

3719 T. C. Phlnney, account as serg't-at-arms. 1,404 78 

3720 J. W. Titcomb, ser. & exp., F. & G. com'r, 215 21 

3721 Hale K. Darling, atty. fee, insane pauper case, 9 00 

3722 T. S. Peck, salary as adj. & Ins. gen., 83 33 

3723 Peck Bros., work & plumb'g, under No. 147 — 1898, 473 00 

3724 W. E. Jackson, ser. as expert, und. No. 147—1898, 25 00 

3725 Horace W. Bailey, ser. & exp., F. & G. com'r & 

S. of H., ^^ 22 

3726 C. M. Ferrin, ser. & exp., sup'r of insane, 124 80 

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AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS. 21 

Date. No. Name. For what. Amount. 

Oct 9 3727 Hospital cottages for children, b'd of benefs., $42 71 

3728 Andrew W. Kezer, pension, 30 00 

3729 D. L. Morgan, sup't, req. Aug. exp. of H. of C, 1,288 91 

3730 Chas. Batchelder, ser. & exp., clerk R. R. com»r, 162 07 

3731 E. W. Oakes, sup't, req. Sept exp., state prison, 2,200 00 

10 3732 Geo. T. Swasey, attorney's fee, Washington Go., 30 00 
3733 M. Hutchinson, sup't req. Oct. exp.. State Hosp. 

forlnsane, 6,630 79 

11 3734 J. P. Lamson, legal ser. for b'd of cattle com'rs, 20 00 

3735 E. C. Smith, salary, com'r deaf, dumb & blind, 100 00 

3736 F. W. Pierce, appro., state normal schools, 7,500 00 

3737 Chas. H. Robb, attorney's fee, Windham Co., 61 18 

12 3738 T. S. Peck, exp., adj. & insp. general, 14 76 

3739 Robert Roberts, fun. exp., etc., dec. vet, Burl'gton, 50 00 

3740 S. A. Andrews, sup't, req. Oct.ex.,Vt Ind. Sch., 1,950 00 

13 3741 J. C. Stearns, exp., Vt Soldiers' Home, 2, 165 00 
15 3742 J. C. Stearns, U. S. Aid Vt Soldiers' Home, 934 03 

3743 Mass. School for Feeble-Minded, state benefs., 626 61 

18 3744 S. B. Walte, clerk's account Lamoille Co., 214 38 

3745 F. N. Strong, 4 justice bills of costs & returns, 60 83 

3746 H. M. Cornell, 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 31 37 

3747 S. R. Miller, 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 9 39 

3748 A. A. Niles, 7 justice bills of costs & returns, 52 62 

3749 O. D. Whlttemore, 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 5 36 

3750 H. S. Beard. 2 justice bills of costs & returns, 10 51 

3751 W. J. Bigelow, ser. & exp., com'r double taxation, 110 98 

3752 Henry D. Holton, ser. & exp., mem. b'd of health, 167 61 

3753 Chas. E. Woodward, Jr., counsel fee, Wash. Co., 8 00 

3754 The Tuttle Co., printing bills, 600 00 

3755 S. E. Marshall, bounty on 2 gill nets seized, 10 00 
20 3756 H. A. Harmon, req. ct exp., Rutland Co., 1,500 00 

22 3757 Willard Farrlngton, counsel fee, 60 00 
3758 F. W. Moloney, counsel fee, 80 00 

23 3759 Vermont Watchman Co., legislative printing, 43 33 

24 3760 J. T. Steams, 98 bills of costs, Burl'gton city ct, 2,016 80 
3761 W. A. Lord, attorney's fee, Washington Co., 30 00 

25 3762 O. P. Knight sheriff's account Grand Isle Co., 31 42 

3763 R. R. Hathaway, req. court exp.. Grand Isle Co., 169 56 

3764 R. R. Hathaway, clerk's account Grand Isle Co., 71 9b 

3765 N. H. Hazen, 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 9 08 

3766 Henry Martin, 5 justice bills of costs & returns. 53 99 

3767 Klttredge Haskins. attorney fee, Windham Co., 10 00 

26 3768 J. T. Stevens, sheriff's account, 47b 44 

3769 D. L. Morgan, req. Sept. exp.. House of Cor., 1,641 79 

3770 E. W. Oakes, req. Oct exp., state prison. '^ V}; 

3771 George F. Leland, exp., com. on game & fish.. 10 40 

3772 W. Farrlngton, exp. as mem. board bar exam'rs, 10 «0 

3773 T. C. Phlnney, account serg't-at-arms, 714 21 

3774 Henry D. Holton. spec. ser. & exp., b'd of health, 518 14 

3775 J. R. Pember, ptg., sta. & postage, Windsor Co., 42 19 

30 3776 C. G. Austin, attorney's fee, Franklin Co., a 6J 

3777 M. W. Wheelock, printing bills, ^ ot A^ 

3778 W. H. Davis, clerk before grand jury, Rutland Co., 21 UO 

3779 Perry & Keeseman, printing, auditor of accts., 24 75 

3780 L. P. Slack, ser. as state's att'y, ins. pau. hearings, 35 00 

31 3781 Chas. H. Woodbury, funeral exp., etc., dec. vet., 

St .Tohnsbury, 47 00 

3782 Geo. Roberts, M. D., med. ser., Newfane jail, 20 00 

3783 C. F. Ranney & Co., ptg. & sta.. Orleans prob. ct., 10 60 
Nov. 1 3784 Henry Ballard, attorney's fee, Chittenden Co., 185 00 

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22 BIENNIAL REPORT OF THE 

Date. No. Name. For what. Amount 

Nov. 1 3786 F. S. Tuwper, attorney's fee, Franklin CJo., . $65 00 

2 3786 Yt. Watchman Co., misceUaneous printing biUs, 189 35 

6 3787 E. L. Bates, 2 conviction fees, Bennington Co., 69 66 

3788 J. A. Patreli, 20 justice bills of costs & returns, 172 24 

3789 W. D. Ames, 10 Justice bills of costs & returns, 86 88 

3790 Ira J. Warner, 4 justice bills of costs & returns, 44 04 

3791 C. K. Bucklin, 11 justice bills of costs & returns, 97 04 

3792 W. S. Bentley, 1 justice bill of costs & return, 22 28 

3793 E. L. Taylor, 1 justice bill of costs & return, 6 01 

3794 J. W. Millard, 2 justice bills of costs & returns, 9 50 

3795 D. W. Hyde, 23 justice bills of costs & returns, 445 59 

8 3796 J. C. Stearns, U. S. Aid Soldiers* Home, 1,200 25 

3797 The Tuttle Co., account printing bills, 900 00 

3798 W. H. Wheeler, treas. bounties, 58 foxes, 15 rat- 

tle-snakes, Springfield, 49 80 

3799 F. H. Strong, treas., 7 fox bounties, Hyde Park, 4 20 

3800 Max L. Powell, feeding stuff, insp. exp., etc., 2,392 46 

3801 J. H. Mimms, services as reporter, 10 00 

3802 Bain & Pierce, printing & sta., Chittenden Co., 57 25 

3803 J. E. Cushman, attorney's fee, Chittenden Co., 80 25 

9 3804 R. Cossingham & Sons, cattle killed, order com'rs, 10 00 

3805 H. G. Hathom, 1 cow killed, order cattle com'rs, 16 25 

3806 H. H. Wheeler, 3 cows killed, order cattle com'rs, 60 00 

3807 Geo. Livingstone, 2 cows killed, ord. cat. com'rs, 30 00 

3808 T. F. Catlin, 2 cows killed, order cattle com'rs, 25 00 

3809 L. J. Huntley, 1 cow killed, order cattle com'rs, 19 00 

3810 M. E. Morse, 2 cows killed, order cattle com'rs, 30 00 

3811 Byron L. Nichols, 1 cow killed, ord. cat. com'rs, 18 00 

3812 W. E. Morey, 1 yoke oxen killed, ord. cat. com'r, 30 00 

3813 Elmer B. Doubleday, cattle killed, ord. cat com'r, 22 00 

3814 George R. Wiley, 1 cow killed, ord. cat com'r, 17 50 

3815 D. C. Barber, 1 cow killed, order cattle com'r, 15 00 

3816 J. C. Parker, P. M. exam. 15 cows, ord. cat com'r, 7 50 

3817 M. S. Perley, testing cattle, order cattle com'r, 27 00 

3818 Mrs. Adaline Cook, 17 cat killed, ord. cat com'r, 235 00 

3819 M. J. Wiltse, chem. anal, under V. S., sec. 1983, 25 00 

3820 Charley W. Ying, boarding Chinamen, quaran- 

tined, board of health, 85 00 

3821 R. A. Spafford, sheriff's account Windsor Co., 983 30 

3822 Argus & Patriot Co., ptg. report F. & G. com'rs, 154 86 

3823 John W. Titcomb, account F. & G. com'r, 114 63 

3824 Horace W. Bailey, account sup't fish hatchery, 163 96 
10 3825 Wm. B. C. Stlckney, atf y fee, Windsor Co., 87 80 

3826 M. Hutchinson, sup't, req. Nov. exp., Vt Hosp. 

for Insane, 9,000 00 

13 3827 A. E. Niles & Co., fumgs. State House addition, 125 00 

3828 Wm. B. C. Stickney, att'y fee, supreme court 80 40 

3829 Frank Plumley, attorney fee, Washington Co., 72 90 

3830 H. S. Willson, detect, service, authorized by Gov., 110 03 

3831 H. S. Willson, app. under H. B. No. 62, 73 15 

3832 Alfred A. Hall, attorney fee, supreme court 86 85 

14 3833 Lorenzo Sulloway, sheriff & jailors' account 

Caledonia Co. 1 449 90 

15 3834 Wheelock & Dawley, ptg., bdg., etc., for Wash Co.,'205 18 

16 3835 Enosburg Falls Savings Bank & Trust Co., app. 

under No. 123, acta 1900, . 5,669 39 

17 3836 E. W. Oakes, sup't req. Nov. exp., states prison, 2,000 GO 
20 3837 Henry C. Bates, ser. & exp. as acting governor, 122 13 

3838 Frank P. Bliss, license fee for mfg. of fertilizers, 100 CO 



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AUDITOR OP ACCOUNTS. 23 

Date. No. Name. For what. Amount. 

Not. 20 8830 A. B. Franklin, exp. of Sen. & House Mil. Ck>m., $65 00 

3840 H. P. Dee, ser. & exp. as referee, 67 57 

3841 Henry D.Holton, appr., Bacteriological Lab. exp., 1,197 45 

3842 The Tuttle. Co., for printing, etc., 171 41 

21 3843 John W. Titcomb, bal. ac. as fish & game com*r,Oct., 73 00 

22 3844 M. D. Whitney, 1 cow killed, order cattle com'r, 20 00 

3845 M. J. Brock, 1 cow killed, order cattle com'r, 7 50 

3846 M. A. Thomas, 3 cows killed, order cattle com'r, 52 50 

3847 W. D. Hall, ser. & exp., Chittenden Co. com'r, 86 87 

3848 W. S. Nay, app. under No. 304^1900. 100 00 

3849 J. H. Thomas, exp. of house com., att. funeral, 83 75 

3850 Vt Watchman Co., for sundry printing bills, 111 65 

23 3851 J. B. Donoway, fees, ins. paup. hgs., Add. Co., 28 00 

3852 E. A. Thomas, Jailer's account, Windsor Co., 848 24 

3853 A. A. Hall, counsel fee, Franklin Co., 100 00 

3854 Opinion Pub. Co., for ptg. report Soldiers' Home, 100 00 

3855 E. I. Bryant, 1 cow killed, order cattle com'r, 15 00 

3856 W. D. Ames, 3 justices bills of costs, 21 23 

3857 Geo. M. Hogan, exp. under No. 298, acts 1900, 51 52 

3858 Free Press Ass'n, ptg. & bdg. dock., Chit. Co., 228 90 

24 3859 M. E. Chase, app. under No. 290, Acts 1900, 24 00 

3860 M. E. Smllle, req. court expenses. Wash Co., 4,000 00 

3861 John W. Currier, exp. com. on St. prison & H.of C, 373 10 

26 3862 C. D. Wheeler, ser. & exp., Orleans Co. com'r, 61 35 

3863 Wm. H. Nichols, 5 Justi<}e bills of costs & returns, 35 89 

3864 M. W. Chamberlln, 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 20 02 

3865 Oscar A. Renfrew, 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 21 14 

3866 B. F. Fuller. 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 11 61 

3867 J. M. Whitney, 2 justice bills of costs & returns, 36 93 

3868 Oscar Dickey, 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 17 22 

3869 Curtis S. Emery, 3 justice bills of costs & returns, 26 65 

3870 N. S. Boyden, 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 21 77 

3871 L. J. Brown, 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 7 52 

3872 M. W. Wheelock, printing bills, 27 60 

3873 Emmet McFeeters, attorney fee, Franklin Co., 43 60 

3874 G. E. Moody, exp. leg. com. on insane, JtRes., 1900, 93 97 

27 3875 R. E. Hathorn, 7 justice bills of costs & returns, 116 58 

3876 W. D. Ball. 13 justice bills of costs & returns, 202 64 

3877 Wm. R. Adams, 3 justice bills of costs & returns, 205 94 

3878 U. L. Comings, 7 justice bills of costs & returns, 127 35 

3879 C. E. Martin, 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 22 79 

3880 H. S. Goddard, 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 6 00 

3881 R. E. Wilson, 3 justice bills of costs & returns, 39 39 

3882 W. W. Manning. 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 17 08 

3883 H. H. Amsden, 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 7 45 

3884 C. O. Thompson, 1 justice bill of costs & returns', 6 11 

3885 W. R. Sturtevant, 8 justice bills of costs & returns, 95 63 

3886 B. J. Spaulding, 4 justice bills of costs & returns, 41 44 

3887 A. J. Darrah, 8 justice bills of costs & returns, 131 97 

3888 M. L. Lawrence, 12 justice bills of costs & returns, 80 75 

3889 F. W. Marsh, 8 justice bills of costs & returns, 74 68 
3800 J. R. Pember, clerk's acc't, Windsor Co., 625 11 

3891 J. R. Pember, clerk, req. for court exp., 3,000 00 

3892 G. E. Moody, balance exp., com. on insane, 4 00 

3893 S.A.Andrews, sup't, req. Nov. exp., Vt. Indus. S., 1,950 00 

3894 John G. Sargent, exp. as St. att'y, & ins. paup. fees. 46 37 

3895 F. I. Whitney. Oranpe Co. sheriff & jailer's acc't 796 11 

3896 C. S. Emery, Orange Co. clerk's acc't, 368 87 



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24 BIENNIAL REPORT OF THE 

Date. No. Name. For what. Amount 

Nov. 27 38&7 C. S. Emery, req. court exp., $1,500 00 

3898 Max L. Powell, salary as sec. of sen., session 1900, 425 00 

3899 W. K. Farnsworth, salary & mileage as ass't 

sec. of senate, session 1900, 246 60 

3900 Frank W. Sault, salary & mileage as reporter of 

senate, session 1900, 212 40 

3901 Thos. C. Cheney, salai*y as elk. of house, ses. 1900, 600 00 

3902 Fred L. Hamilton, salary & mileage as ass't clerk 

of house, session 1900, 267 00 

3903 Chas. A. Plumley, salary & mileage as ass't clerk 

of house, session 1900, 252 20 

3904 L. B. Johnson, salary & mileage as reporter of 

house, session 1900, 206 60 

3905 E. C. Mclntyre, salary & mileage, as reporter 

of house, session 1900, 221 60 

3906 John W. Peck, per diem & mileage as eng'r, St 

H., session 1900, 171 20 

3907 F. H. Wedge, per diem & mileage as ass't eng'r, 

St H.. session 1900, 171 20 

3908 D. H. Skinner, per diem & mileage as mess., 

sergt.-at-arms, session 1900, 175 00 

3900 H. R. Marvin, per diem & mileage as mess., 

sergt.-at-arms, session 1900, 187 00 

3910 R. L. Morgan, per diem & mileage as mess., sen- 

ate, session 1900, 192 60 

3911 W. H. Hewitt, per diem & mileage as mese., 

senate, session 1900, 180 40 

3912 Geo. H. Beard, per diem & mileage as house 

mess., session 1900, 183 80 

3913 Louis Rosseau, per diem & mileage as house 

mess., session 1900, 192 00 

3914 Roy F. Sheldon, per diem & mileage as house 

mess., session 1900, 201 40 

3915 Irving E. Harvey, per diem & mileage as house 

mess., session 1900, 184 bO 

3916 G. S. Brownell, per diem & mileage as executive 

mess., session 1900, 179 40 

3917 E. J. Waterman, per diem & mileage as clerk, 

com., session 1900, 197 00 

3918 E. C. Bennett per diem & mileage, ser. in office 

Estate auditor, session 1900, 204 40 

3919 E. F. Keith, per diem & mileage, St H., 

sweeper, session 1900, 171 20 

3920 R. T. Phinney. per diem & mileage, St H., 

sweeper, session 1900, 171 20 

3921 C. Earl Hunt per diem & mileage, St . H., 

sweeper, session 1900, 171 20 

3922 Chas. W. Wing, per diem & mileage, St H., 

sweeper, session 1900, 171 20 
28 3923 Geo. J. Hodges, St. pay from Jan. 16, 1863, to 

June 24. 18G5, 210 00 

3924 Homer L. Skeels, sal., exec, clerk, 300 00 

3925 T. C. Phinney, acc't as sergt-at-arms, 1,136 74 

3926 Richard A. Hoar, app. under No. 311, acts 1900. 122 10 

3927 Geo. H. Perkins, per diem & mileage, curator 

cab., session 1900, 179 40 

3928 Argus & Patriot Co., sundry printing bills, 92 58 

3929 Vt. Watchman Co., sundry printing bills, 137 98 

3930 J. B. Peckett ser. & exp. as com. to investigate 

double taxation under Jt res., 400 OO 

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Date. 



No. 



Name. 



For what. 



Amount. 



Nov. 28 3931 
3932 
3933 
3934 
30 3935 
3936 
3937 
3938 
3939 
3940 
3941 
3942 
3943 
3944 
3945 
3946 
3947 
3948 
3949 
3950 
3951 
3952 

3953 
3954 



3955 
3956 
3957 
3958 
3959 

1 3960 
3961 
3962 
3963 
3964 
3965 

3 3966 
3967 
3968 
3969 
3970 
3971 
3972 
3973 
3974 
3975 
3976 
3977 
3978 
3979 
3980 
3981 
3982 
3983 
3984 
3985 
3986 
3987 
3988 



Dec. 



Hiram A. Huse, sal. as state librarian, $175 00 

Vt. Watchman Co., acc't, ptg. and bind'g leg. dlr., 200 00 
James M. Craig, 4 Justice bills of costs & returns, 29 34 
Albert Worcester, 37 bills of costs & returns. 335 47 

Jacob Trussell, 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 6 39 
Dorman Brldgman. 10 justice bills of costs & ret., 91 68 

B. M. Campbell, 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 6 89 
E. D. Dutton, 1 Justice bill of costs & returns, 15 10 
Vt. Watchman Co., acc't, ptg. legislative dir., 300 00 
Thos. H. McLeod. 1 Justice bill of costs & returns, 15 12 
P. L. Hamilton, 8 justice bills of costs & returns, 69 75 

C. E. Bristol, 2 justice bills of costs & returns, 23 35 
Ira H. LaFleur, 2 justice bills of costs & returns, 12 18 

E. F. Brlggs, 5 justice bills of costs & returns, 39 53 
L. C. Needham. 2 justice bills of costs & returns, 26 24 
H. P. Sherwin, 5 justice bills of costs & returns, 42 96 

F. M. Moulton, 8 justice bills of costs & returns, 78 33 
O. D. Baldwin, 2 justice bills of costs & returns, 16 15 
O. P. Moore, 19 justice bills of costs & returns, 169 24 
Gideon Abbey, 2 justice bills of costs & returns, 23 00 
H. R. Noble, 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 5 06 
E. Henry Powell, app. & income, U. V. M. & 

State Agr. Coll., 7,065 00 

E. Henry Powell, feeding stuffs insp., exp., 469 63 

F. L. Fish, ser. & exp. in re McFarland, under 

Y. S., sec. 210, 221 79 

James B. Donoway, 6 mos. sal. as state's att'y, 400 00 
Rufus Wainwright, clerk's acc't, June term, 1900, 295 33 
Rufus Wainwright, req. Dec. term, 1900, 1,000 00 

WUliam H. Cobb, jailer's acc't, June term, 1900, 225 12 
Thad M. Chapman, Addison Co. sheriff's acc't, 
H. R. Start, sal. & exp., judge supreme court, 
Loveland Munson, sal. & exp., judge sup. ct., 
R. S. Taft, sal. as judge supreme court, 
S. B. Waite, req. for ct. exp., Lamoille Co., 
A. F. Nichols, req. for ct exp., Caledonia Co., 

D. W. Steele, sal. as st. att'y, insane pauper fee, 608 50 
Rufus E. Brown, sal. & exp. as st. att'y. Chit. Co., 799 25 
Hale K. Darling, sal. as st. att'y, insane pau. fee, 410 00 
T. L. Wood, sal. as asst. state librarian. 
Pneumatic Hand Stamp Co., dating stamp, aud., 
M. D. L. Thompson, ptg. for Chittenden Co. elk., 
O. A. Baldwin, app. under No. 287, acts 1900. 
Asa L. Preston, app. under No. 307, acts 1900, 
Wm. S. Newton, allow, under No. 304, acts 1900, 
Henry L. Clark, counsel fee, Rutland Co., 
James M. Tyler, sal. & exp., judge supreme ct, 
M. F. Eastman, ser. & exp., Rutland Co. com'r, 
M. M. Gordon, counsel fee under assig.. Wash. Co. 
Rlcliard A. Hoar, sal. as state's att'y, 
Edw. L. Bates, sal. as st att'y, exp. al. by gen. ass., 495 18 
T. M. Deal, ser. & exp., trustee Vt Indus. School, 54 00 
J. K. Curtis, ser. & exp. as member b'd agri., 42 84 
John W. Rowell, sal. & exp., judge supreme ct, 844 47 
Wendell P. Stafford, sal. & exp., judge sup. ct, 
O. D. Mathewson, ser. & exp., exam'r. Wash. Co., 
John E. Allen, ser. & exp.. exam'r. Chit Co., 
H. C. Cady, treas., appropriat'n Norwich Univ., 
T. S. Piatt sal. & exp. as inspector of finance, 

E. J. Mathews, ser. & exp., Addison Co. com'r. 



897 18 
852 70 
917 48 
750 00 
1,800 00 
2,000 00 



250 00 
3 00 
11 50 
21 25 
27 00 
68 58 
30 00 

889 99 
91 23 
20 00 

600 00 



897 73 
123 23 

91 41 

1,200 00 

358 42 

76 45 



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Date. No. Name. For what. Amount 



Dec. 4 3989 F. Lr. Fish, exp., state's att'y, Addison Co., $36 95 

3990 John G. Sargent, sal. & exp., Windsor Co. st. att'y, 843 21 

3991 L. D. Eldredge, treas., app. Middlebury, 1,200 00 

3992 W. H. Rowland, exp. under No. 309, acts 1900, 25 00 

3993 Fred A. Howland, sal. as sec. st. & ins. fees, 512 15 

3994 Geo. L. Rice, sal. as state's att'y, Rutland Co., 750 00 

3995 Silas W. Fllnn, sal. as Judge of St. Albans C. ct, 300 00 

3996 D. H. Lewis, sal, as com'r st taxes & clerls, 350 00 

3997 E. W. Wright ser. & exp., Essex Co., examiner, 144 tio 

5 3998 L. P. Slack, sal. & exp. as st. att'y, 542 34 

3999 Orrice Ballard, Ser. & exp. as trustee, insane hosp. 37 56 

4000 John H. Watson, sal. & exp.. Judge supreme ct, 810 86 

4001 C. L. Erwin, ser. & exp., supervisor of insane, 103 07 

4002 D. W. Steele, exp. as st att'y, Franklin Co., 29 68 

4003 Wm. B. Mayo, app. under No. 316, acts 1900, 20 66 

4004 Carrie Corbett app. under No. 292, acts 1900, 96 45 

4005 George H. Brooks, fun. exp., etc., dec. vet, Bristol, 50 00 

4006 W. H. Gilmore, exp. under Jt res. No. 363, 1898, 125 73 

4007 W. H. Gilmore. sal. as adjt. & Q. M. general, 316 67 

4008 M. S. Stone, sal. & exp., sup't education, 889 14 

4009 H. E. Rustedt ser. & exp., Franklin Co., examiner, 127 65 

4010 John L. Bacon, sal. & exp. as state treasurer, 715 71 

4011 E. E. Sykes, 1 cow killed, order cattle com'r, 10 00 

4012 Henry White. 3 cows killed, 45 00 

4013 Hiram A. Huse, sal. as state librarian, 87 50 

4014 Erwin M. Harvey, counsel fee. Wash. Co., 30 00 
4016 John W. Jackson, ser. & exp. as Orange Co. com'r, 105 30 

4016 D. J. Foster, ser. & exp., chairman R. R, com'rs, 306 10 

4017 C. J. Bell, ser. & exp., member Board of Agr., 101 40 

4018 Orion M. Barber, sal. as auditor of acc'ts, 500 00 

4019 Richard A. Hoar, exp. as st. att'y. Wash. Co., 20 30 

4020 J. W. Mears, app. under No. 303, acts 1900,^ 27 80 

4021 Chas. E. W^oodward, Jr., counsel fee, Wash. Co., 120 vA) 

6 4022 H. R. Wilder, M. D., app. under No. 314, acts 1900, 30 00 

4023 R. A. SpaflFord, app. under No. 310, acts 1900, 451 80 

4024 F. S. Williams, counsel fee, Washington Co., 40 00 

4025 J. H. Winch, M. D., app. under No. 316, acts 1900, 25 66 

4026 First Nat. Bank, Springfield, app. under No. 294, 

acts 1900, 115 00 

4027 W. H. Taylor, exp., st. att*y, Caledonia Co., 30 00 

4028 H. W. Lund, sal. as st att'y, Essex Co., 200 00 

4029 W. P. Abbott, ser. & exp. as Rutland Co. exam*r, 243 51 

4030 Thad M. Chapman, app. under No. 289—1900, 545 65 

4031 C. M. Ferrln, ser. & exp. as supervisor of insane, 71 00 

4032 Leonora E. Marvin, ser. & exp. as Grand Isle Co. 

examiner, 53 70 

4033 Daniel Worcester, ser. & exp.. Wash. Co. com'r, 100 00 

7 4034 D. L. Morgan, Oct exp.. House Correction, 1,230 82 

4035 T. C. Phinney, sundry bills, sergeant-at-arms, 290 30 

4036 Geo. H. Massey, 7 Justice bills of costs & returns, 154 92 

8 4037 Geo. B. Young, att'y fees before probate court, 5 00 

4038 L. D. Miles, Orleans Co. sheriff's & Jailer's acc't 964 85 

4039 Seymour Lane. Orleans Co. Jail com'r's acc't, 2 10 

4040 L. F. Kay, Orleans Co. jail com'r's acc't 2 10 

4041 H. S. Root Orleans Co. Jail com'r's acc't 2 94 

4042 A. C. Sleeper, acc't as prob. officer, Orleans Co., 37 00 

4043 Rufus Kinsley. 5 Justice bills of costs & returns, 84 55 

4044 H. B. Cushman. 14 Justice bills of costs & returns, 228 18 

4045 F. T. Caswell, 7 Justice bills of costs & returns, 38 67 



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Dfite. No. Name. 



For what. 



Amount. 



Dec. 8 4046 N. S. Rogers, 5 Justice biUs of costs & returns, 

4047 Chandler Bailey, 6 justice bills of costs & returns, 

4048 P. Guild, 7 justice bills of costs & returns, 

4049 H. S. Root, 2 justice bills of costs & returns, 

4050 E. L. Miller. 3 justice bills of costs & returns. 

4051 I. T. Patterson. 2 justice bills of costs & returns, 

4052 O. G. Page, 2 justice bills of costs & returns, 

4053 J. D. Wilson, 2 justice bills of costs & returns, 

4054 N. M. Scott, 1 justice bill of CQSts & returns, 

4055 S. O. Streeter, 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 

4056 J. G. Parlin, 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 

4057 H. B. Cushman, Orleans Co. clerk's acc't, 

4058 F. E. Alfred, office supplies & stamps, 

10 4059 W. S. Lovell, app. under No. 301—1900, 

4060 O. W. Daley, autopsy under No. 293, acts 1900, 

4061 A. T. Arkley, post mortem under No. 286—1900, 

4062 C. S. Jenne, post mortem under No. 286, acts 1900, 

4063 B. H. Alden, app. under No. 285, acts 1900, 

4064 O. D. Coblelgh, app. under No. 291, acts 1900, 

4065 Gilbert A. Davis, counsel fee, Windsor Co., 

4066 A. L. Dutcher, ser. & exp., mem. b'd of pharmacy, 

4067 H. G. Barber, sal. as state's att'y Windham Co., 

4068 T. H. Lyster, 1 cow killed, 

4069 T. F. Catlin, 3 cows killed, 

4070 John W. Davidson, 14 cows killed, 

4071 B. E. Herrick, 3 cows killed, 

4072 E. Ir. Ingalls, ser. & exp. as Lamoille Co. exam'r, 

4073 A. T. Woodward, ser. & exp. as probation officer, 

11 4074 H. P. Conway, 20 cows killed, 

4075 E. W. Foster, 3 cows killed, 

4076 H. M. McFarland, exp. under 302, acts 1900, 

12 4077 Jed P. Ladd, sal. as state's att'y. Grand Isle Co., 

13 4078 Roger W. Hulburd, sal. & exp. as chairman of 

trustees Vt. Indus. School, 

4079 Horace F. Graham, sal. & exp., st att'y. Or. Co., 

4080 M. O. Perkins, ser. & exp., dlr. St. P. & H. of C, 

4081 Geo. T. Foster, ser. & exp. as superv. of insane, 

4082 C. J. Bell, ser. & exp. as cattle com'r, 

4083 J. S. Dutton, V. S., testing cattle, 

4084 B. M. Flint, V. S., testing cattle, 

4085 W. F. Scott, bill of Herman Philipsen, test, cattie, 8 25 

4086 A. F. Nichols, clerk's acc't, Caledonia Co., 448 47 

14 4087 W. H. Gilmore, req. for current expenses, 2,743 00 

4088 R. S. Taft, exp. as judge supreme court, 106 90 

4089 Elmer H. Nugent, allow, by gen. assembly No. 

86, acts 1898, 40 00 

15 4090 H. S. Willson, ser. & exp. on req., Benn. Co., 157 22 

4091 B. W. Oakes, req. for exp. state's prison, 2,000 00 

4092 S. A. Andrews, req. for exp. Industrial School, 1,875 00 
4003 Chas. Batchelder, ser. & exp. as cl'k, R. R. com'rs, 225 02 

17 4094 John D. Miller, ser. & exp. as R. R. com'r, 451 17 

4095 Mrs. Dolly Curtiss, app. under joint res. 1900, 194 60 

4096 Union Card Co., legislative printing, 19 66 

4097 Henry S. Burt, app. for Sunderland highway, 1,000 00 

4098 G. A. Andrews, ser. & exp. as Orleans Co. exam'r. 111 25 

4099 S. W. Landon, exp. as chairman b'd lib. com'rs, 161 68 

4100 Mary L. Titcomb, exp. as library com'r, 19 80 

4101 H. E. Rustedt, exp. as library com'r, 6 95 

4102 S. B. W^aite, req. court exp., Lamoille Co., 500 uO 

18 4103 Wheelock & Dawley, ptg. & binding. Orange Co., 



$19 34 


45 91 


62 38 


25 62 


21 62 


20 77 


25 32 


14 51 


44 96 


24 68 


28 69 


319 10 


12 43 


35 46 


50 00 


15 00 


10 00 


18 00 


178 61 


60 14 


64 20 


400 00 


12 50 


34 50 


133 50 


27 00 


163 95 


42 48 


237 50 


45 00 


40 25 


100 00 


228 40 


456 11 


57 15 


134 50 


315 62 


43 24 


40 00 



104 19 

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BIENNIAL REPOKT OF THE 



Date. 



No. 



Name. 



For what. 



Amount 



Dec. 18 4104 Wm.N.Platt, app., Insane H., No. 132, acts, 1900,$5,951 00 

19 4105 P. S. Willis, 2 cows killed, 24 00 

4106 E. J. Harrington, 1 cow Itilled, 17 50 

4107 E. A. Moore, app. under No. 127, acts 1900, 1,000 00 

4108 P. B. Klngsley, bounty, 1 fish net seized, 5 00 

4109 A. E. Cudworth, exp. as mem. b'd of bar examYs, 13 25 

4110 A. O. Coleman, req., Rawsouvllle road, 75 00 

4111 Lamoille Pub. Co., printing & binding, 60 75 

4112 The Caledouian Co., ptg. & stat., Cal. P. C, 49 20 

4113 Harry T. Cushman, req. court expenses, 2,000 00 

20 4114 H. H. Shedd, app. under No. 126, acts 1900, 1,000 00 

4115 D. L. Morgan, exp., House Correction, 1,376 20 

4116 Gilbert A. Davis, counsel fee, Windsor Co., 71 25 

4117 A. G. Whltham, counsel fee, Windsor Co., 35 00 

4118 R. M. Harvey, counsel fee. Orange Co., 109 00 

4119 B. S. Kittredge, counsel fee, Windsor Co., 35 00 
24 4120 W. B. Viall, ser. & exp., state highway com'r, 270 58 

4121 Chas. C. Gilmore, ser. & exp. as Frank. Co. com'r, 99 '«0 

4122 Bennington Banner, printing & supplies, 36 13 

4123 H. Dressel, Jr., ser. & exp., Windsor Co. exam'r, 189 96 

4124 John L. Alger, ser. & exp., Bennington Co. exam*r, 211 VS 

4125 E. S. Fallansl>ee, ser. as com*r of taxes, 6 12 

4126 H. E. Rustedt, ser. & exp. as exam'r, Franklin Co., 22 00 

4127 E. B. Sawyer, counsel fee, Lamoille Co., 21 15 

4128 J. G. Brown, fun. exp. & headstone, dec. vet, 

Montpelier, 89 75 

4129 F. A. Bagnall, per diem & exp., normal sch. com*r, 77 11 

4130 H. H. Lucas, ser. & exp. as com*r taxes, 88 50 

4131 Geo. Stephens, V. S., testing cattle, 57 34 

4132 H. S. Perley, V. S., testing cattle, 59 85 

4133 Henry Buss, V. S., testing cattle, 115 15 

4134 John Thomas, V. S., testing cattle, 79 85 

4135 A. F. Rousseau, 1 cow killed, 20 Oo 

4136 The Caledonian Co., printing, binding & supplies, 179 78 

4137 E. C. Tuttle, ser. & exp. as dir. St. P. & H. of C. 190 65 

4138 The Tuttle Co., miscellaneous printing bills, 114 20 

4139 Henry L. Clark, salary as probate Judge, 300 00 

4140 ThoB. C. Bobbins, salary as probate judge, 500 00 

4141 F. E. Alfred, salary as probate Judge, 400 OO 

4142 E. L. Waterman, salary as probate Judge, 350 00 

4143 Robert Chase, salary as probate Judge, 200 00 

4144 Otis N. Kelton, sal. & exp. as probate Judge, 528 lO 

4145 S. M. Gleason, sal. & exp. as probate judge, 354 48 

26 4146 J. G. Sargent, ser. & exp. as st. atfy, 121 67 

4147 Elisha May, ser. & exp. as probation officer, 9 20 

4148 Chas. H. Darling, 85 bills of costs & returns, 1,139 39 

4149 Chas. H. Darling, salary as municipal Judge, 150 OO 

4150 H. D. Ryder, ser. & exp., Windham Co. exam'r, 198 45 

4151 E. C. Wells, app. under No. 313—1900, 61 02 

4152 The Register Co., printing & binding, 48 35 

4153 F. W. Pierce, ser. & exp. as Normal School com'r, 239 98 

4154 H. B. Bottom, ser. & exp. as Bennington Co. com'r, 25 44 

4155 M. Hutchinson, req. exp. insane hospital, 9,000 OO 

4156 F. H. Button, counsel fee, Addison Co., 75 OO 

4157 W. H. Taylor, ser. & exp., Caledonia Co. exam'r, 266 77 

27 4158 Walter E. Howard, ser. & exp.. Normal Sch. com'r, 97 80 

4159 Albert McLean, 17 fox bounties, 10 20 

4160 Geo. H. Watson, 41 fox bounties, 24 60 

4161 A. C. Jones, 4 fox bounties, 2 40 

4162 E. W. Huntley, 1 fox bounty, C^r\i^n]r> ^O 

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Date. No. Name. For what. Amount. 

Dec. 27 4163 E. W. Oilman, 18 fox bounties, $10 80 

28 4164 T. C. Middlebrook, transporting inmate of Indus. 

S. to H. C, 7 96 

4165 Wm. H. Nichols, salary and exp., probate Judge, 321 00 

4166 W. P. Smith, salary as probate judge, 4S0 00 

4167 M. A. Bingham, salary & exp., probate Judge, 623 84 

4168 H. B. Cushman, 1 Justice bill of costs & returns, 10 78 

4169 J. E. Chase, 3 Justice bilte of costs & returns, 20 53 

4170 M. L. Lawrence, 18 Justice bills of costs & ret, 144 37 

4171 A. H. Butterfleld, circulating public acts, 10 50 
- 4172 M. J. Maloney, circulating public acts, 20 00 

4173 Argus & Patriot Co., circulating public acts, 102 38 

4174 St. Albans Messenger Co., papers furnished Gen. 

Assembly, 103 -o 

4175 B. U. Wells, circulating public acts, 28 75 

4176 The Boston Herald Co., Boston Herald furnished 

Gen. Assembly, 86 

4177 The Barre Newspaper Co., circulating public acts, 82 19 

4178 The Rutland Eyening News, circ. public acts, 115 50 

4179 Chas. R. Jamason, circulating public acts, 30 00 

4180 D. K. Semonds, circulating public actsr, 22 50 

4181 The Caledonian Co., circulating public acts, 40 00 

4182 Barre Daily Times, circulating public acts, 49 37 

4183 Fred N. Whitney, circulating public acts, 83 41 

4184 F. O. Clark, stationery supplies, 5 70 

4185 E. C. White, salary & expenses, probate Judge, 323 97 

4186 C. F. Ranney & Co., printing & stationery, 23 45 

29 4187 H. E. Cleveland, 18 fox bounties, 10 80 

4188 Hale K. Darling, req. court expenses, Orange Co., 500 00 

4189 Herald & Globe Ass'n, circulating public acts, 183 00 

4190 L. B. Johnson, circulating public acts, 80 94 

4191 John Nash, ser. on certified warrant, 11 00 

4192 Fred Godfrey, ser. on certified warrant 10 00 

4193 The Register Co., circulating public acts, 27 50 

4194 A. H. Butterfleld, circulating public acts, 7 50 

4195 The Tuttie Co., printing, 87 08 
4190 Mason S. Stone, Caledonia Co. summer school, 21 48 

4197 Horace W. Bailey, ser. & exp., sup't hatchery, 207 74 

4198 Wm. Haynes, sal. & exp. as probate Judge, 155 75 

4199 L. M. Read, sal. & exp. as probate Judge, 386 59 

4200 St. Johnsbury Republican Co., circulat'g pub. acts, 62 25 

4201 Reformer Pub. Co., circulating public acts, 122 00 
31 4202 The Vt Advance, circulating public acts, 9 00 

4203 Brandon Pub. Co., circulating public acts, 17 00 

4204 W. H. Bishop & Son, circulating public acts, 20 25 

4205 The Bellows Falls Times, circulating public acts, 25 50 

4206 Wm. L. Packard, circulating public acts, 19 50 

4207 Free Press Ass'n, circulating public acts, 439 16 

4208 Capital Savings Bank & Trust Co.. assigned 

acc't. Watchman Co., circulating public acts, 76 50 

4209 Vt Watchman Co., circulating public acts, 31 28 

4210 W. L. Jacobs, printing, 2 25 

4211 The Journal Co., printing, /3 00 

4212 Frank H. Clark, circulating public acts, 9 00 

4213 O. L. French, printing, 5 50 

4214 Chas. L. Reed, circulating public acts, 22 50 

4215 Carl C. Fletcher, circulating public acts, 17 00 

4216 Vt. Pub. Co., papers furnished legislature & ptg., 10 00 

4217 Wilson Bros., circulating public acts. 20 25 

4218 Argus & Patriot Co., circulating public acts, 56 00 

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I»ate. No. Name. For what. Amount. 

Dec. 31 4219 Cambridge Transcript, circulating public acts, $7 03 

4220 C. P. Sawyer, circulating public acts, 15 00 

4221 L. J. Thompson, sal. as state's attorney, 250 00 

4222 Irvin Stephenson, 9 fox bounties, 5 40 

4223 Chapin Leonard, 6 fox bounties, 3 00 

4224 J. P. Black, bounty on 1 lynx, 32 foxes, Manchester, 24 20 

4225 F. 6. Bicknell, 12 fox bounties, Johnson, 7 20 

4226 M. P. Maurice, counsel fee, Franklin Co., 13 6J. 

4227 Guy Wilson, adv. teachers' exam., 5 00 

4228 M. J. Jones & I. G. Bliss, headstone, dec. yet, 

Poultney, 15 00 

4229 J. H. Livingston, circulating pub. acts 1898, 1900, 25 00 
1901. 

Jan. 1 4230 O. J. Gates, gill nets seized, 10 00 

4231 E. B. Williams, fox bounties, Jericho, 7 20 

4232 J. H. Atchinson, 3 Justice bills of costs & returns, 22 55 

4233 J. T. Steams, 1 Justice bill of costs, 21 61 

4234 U. L. Comings, 1 justice bill of costs, 33 65 

4235 John Hill, packing, etc., reports of sup't of educ, 7 50 

4236 Henry I). Holton, exp. of laboratory, 2,500 00 

4237 W. N. Piatt, serv. & exp.. trustee insane hospital, 182 96 

4238 Vermont Pub. Co., circulating acts 1898, 1900, 43 00 

4239 Vermont Tribune, circulating acts 1898, 1900, 50 75 

4240 P. W. Strong, app., Dairymen's Ass'n, 1,000 00 

4241 H. C. Cady, app., Norwich Univ., 1,800 00 

4242 Peter Lander, pension, 30 00 

4243 Andrew W. Kezer, pension, 30 00 

4244 Herald & Globe Ass'n, printing adv., 8 65 

4245 J. B. Bean, 2 fox bounties. West Fairlee, 1 20 

2 4246 Harry T. Cushman, clerk, att'y fees paid, 265 03 

4247 Albert Worcester, 3 Justice bills of costs & ret., 65 34 

4248 H. S. Goddard, 3 justice bills of costs & returns, 74 18 

3 4249 G. W. Morrow, serv. & exp., Portsmouth, N. H., 26 10 

4250 Arthur J. Dewey, postage, auditor's office, 22 00 

4251 W. B. Edgerton, sal. & exp., pro. judge, 6 mos., 261 20 

4252 Darius Tarbell, fun. exp. etc., dec. vet., Wallingf d, 50 00 

4253 Chas. N. Barber, 1 JusUce bill of costs, 28 70 

4 4254 James M. Tyler, app. for Brattleboro Retreat, 4,000 00 
4255 M. L. Lawerence, 1 justice bill of costs, 53 54 

5 4256 J. C. Stearns, Dec. exp.. Soldiers' Home. 1,940 00 

8 4257 E. M. Bartlett. ser. & exp., Dec, St. P. & H. of C, 50 03 

4258 C. W. Brownell, 31 cows killed, 465 00 

4259 F. G. Chandler, 6 cows killed, 90 00 

4260 A. E. Harlow, 5 cows killed, 45 00 

4261 W. N. Blanchard, 1 cow killed, 15 00 

4262 A. N. Daniels, 1 cow killed, 25 00 

4263 H. H. Somers, 2 cows killed, 18 00 

4264 E. A. Gillette, 26 cows killed, 390 00 

4265 M. H. Gibson, 7 cows kiUed, 122 GO 

4266 Murray Buck, 22 cows killed, 272 GO 

4267 Richard Smith, 31 cows killed, 540 00 

4268 J. K. Curtis, ser. & exp., cattle com'r, 154 31 

4269 F. A. Rich, testing cattie, 183 20 

4270 John E. Weeks, ser. & exp., trustee Indus. Sch., 43 50 

4271 Hobart J. Shanley & Co., stat'y, etc., Chit Co., 48 90 

4272 C. M. Chase, circulating pub. acts 1898, 1900, 45 00 

4273 F. C. Southgate, counsel fee under assignment, 10 00 

9 4274 A. J. Darrah, 2 bills of costs, 34 24 

4275 Harry T. Cushman. record'g under No. 289, 1894, 119 2a 

4276 Argus & Patriot Co., printing & stationery, 65 64 



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Date. No. Name. For what. Amount 

Jan. 9 4277 Arthur G. Whltham, counsel fees, $30 00 

4278 J. T. Lamson, ser. & exp., req., Windsor Co. 129 63 

4279 M. W. Chapman, 11 cows killed, 79 50 

4280 Geo. E. Wilkins, 11 cows killed, 114 00 

4281 H. W. Fish, 1 cow killed, 6 00 

4282 Otis Metcalf, 1 horse killed, 10 00 

4283 N. M. Jones, 17 fox bounties, Pawlet, 10 20 

4284 G. L. Chaflfee, 3 Justice bills of costs & returns, 107 69 

4285 S. E. Lawton, acc't Brattleboro Retreat, 2,500 00 

4286 W. B. C. Stlckney, counsel fee, Windsor Co., 44 50 

4287 Wm. W. Slate, 3 cows killed, 30 00 

10 4288 Bellows Falls Times, circulating public acts, 1900, 36 00 

4289 Barrett & Johnson, circulating public acts, 1898, 6 00 

4290 Argus & Patriot, ptg. report fish & game com'rs, 238 68 

4291 Union Card Co., printing, adjt. & insp. gen., 4 25 

4292 News Pub. Co., circulating public acts, 1900, 79 50 

4293 Journal Co., circulating public acts, 1900, 15 00 

4294 A. C. Jones, 20 fox bounties, Halifax, 12 00 

4295 J. W. Titcomb, ser. & exp., fish & game com'r, 273 62 

4296 Pinkerton's Nat. Det. Agency, detective services, 195 69 

4297 Geo. H. Perkins, acc*t state geologist & curator, 376 37 

4298 T. C. Phlnney, acc*t sergt-at-arms, 408 08 

4299 E. W. Cakes, requisition, state prison, 2,000 00 

4300 D. L. Morgan, requisition. House of Correction, 877 72 

4301 E. A. Davis, exp., fish hatchery, 308 96 

4302 Ellsha May, counsel fee, Caledonia Co., 10 00 

4303 Fred B. Pingree, counsel fee, Windsor Co., 41 50 

4304 John J. Wilson, counsel fee, Windsor Co., 25 00 

4305 Gilbert A. Davis, counsel fee, Windsor Co., 57 60 

11 4306 H. C. Benson, 2 cows killed, 35 00 

12 4307 Wm. H. Bliss, salary probate Judge, 6 months, 354 55 

4308 R. J. Humphrey, circulating public acts, 1900, 29 00 

4309 Hospital cottages for children, St. beneficiary, 42 71 

4310 A. E. Reed, 12 cows killed, 120 00 

4311 E. E. Bancroft, 12 cows killed, 172 00 

4312 James H. Walbridge, 1 Justice bill of cost, 3 21 

4313 Hiram Carleton, sal. & exp., prob. Judge, 6 months, 615 65 

4314 C. J. Bell, ser. & exp., cattie com'r, 142 20 
14 4315 B. F. KeUey, acc't. Jailer, Franklin Co.. 600 00 

4316 Lamoille Pub. Co., circulating public acts, 1900, 49 25 

4317 Essex Pub. Co., circulating public acts, 1900, 150 00 

4318 T. O. Seaver, salary, probate Judge, 6 months, 450 00 

4319 S. B. W^alte, req. court expenses, 200 00 

4320 St. Albans Mess. Co., ptg. report Normal School, 51 30 

4321 T. Welch, 1 cow killed, 12 50 

4322 Frank L. Graves, 25 Justice bills of costs & returns, 304 09 

4323 Geo. W. Deberville, 29 Just, bills of costs & ret'ns, 258 32 

4324 Carter MayvlUe, 1 Justice bill of costs & returns, 4 10 

4325 Wm. J. Gibson, 3 Justice bills of costs & returns, 56 81 

4326 Geo. Davis, 1 Justice bill of costs & returns, 6 95 

4327 S. A. Brownell, 10 Justice bills of costs & returns, 131 22 

4328 W. W. Higbee, 5 Justice bills of costs & returns, 41 85 

4329 H. H. Fuller, 9 Justice bills of costs & returns, 82 44 

4330 E. P. Butler, 33 Justice bills of costs & returns, 323 91 

4331 WiUiam Colton, 1 Justice bills of costs & returns, 7 95 

4332 C. W. Briggs, 20 Justice bills of costs & returns, 209 60 

4333 J. D. S. Packer, 9 Justice bills of costs & returns, 104 85 

4334 A. H. Merriam, 7 Justice bills of costs & returns, 59 77 

4335 W.K.Famsworth, 3 Justice bills of costs & returns, 37 58 

4336 Thos. McMlnn, 4 Justice bills of costs & returns, 20 88 

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Date. No. Name. For what. Amount. 

Jan. 14 4337 Geo. Deyette, 3 Justice bills of costs & returns, |17 45 

4338 T. H. Kett. 3 jusUce bills of costs & returns, 34 00 

4339 F. H. Goodwin, 2 Justice bills of costs & returns, 19 56 

4340 D. D. Burdett, 1 Justice bill of costs & returns, 14 56 

4341 Rufus Holt, 2 Justice bills of costs & returns, 10 96 

4342 C. L. Coates, 2 Justice bills of costs & returns, 16 98 

4343 W. M. Ross, 27 Justice bills of costs & returns, 306 47 

4344 B. H. Fuller, 14 Justice bills of costs & returns, 163 37 

4345 A. D. Horskln, 1 Justice bill of costs & returns, 8 40 

4346 John M. Thome, 7 Justice bills of costs & returns, 131 32 

4347 A. L. Thompson, 6 Justice bills of costs & ret., 61 41 

4348 A. R. Gates, 2 Justice bills of costs & returns, 53 17 

4349 M. L. Start, 1 Justice bill of costs & returns, 15 76 

4350 H. P. Foss, 1 Justice bill of costs & returns, 28 89 

4351 F. J. Sargent, 1 Justice bill of costs & returns, 24 34 

4352 G. E. Stebbins, 1 Justice bill of costs & returns, 10 67 

4353 B. C. Hall, 27 Justice bills of costs & returns, 424 00 

4354 Heni-y D. Holton, acc't, board of heath, 418 92 

4355 T. ii. Wlieeler, 46 Justice bills of costs & returns, 473 69 

15 4356 D. P. Peabody, sheriflF's acc't, Rutland CJo., 1,008 31 

16 4357 D. W. Steele, con. fees. ins. pau. cases, Frank. Co., 48 50 

4358 Silas W. Flinn, 72 bills of costs & returns, 1,372 12 

4359 B. H. Fuller, 2 bills of costs & returns, 9 12 

4360 D. S. Danford & S. E. Royce, fees, Jail com'rs, 4 79 

4361 W. P. Davis, pd., probation officer, Franklin Co., 38 35 

4362 W. P. Davis, clerk's acc't, Franklin Co., 879 54 

4363 B. F. Kelley, sheriflF & Jailor's acc't, Frank. Co., 1,573 37 

4364 B. F. Kelley, serving req. & detective ser., 97 20 

17 4365 Z. S. Stanton, ser. & exp., prob. officer, Wash. Co., 69 34 

18 4366 W. F. Chapin, 3 Justice bills of costs & returns, 50 56 

4367 Free Press Ass'u, ptg. law supplements, 1900, 1,027 67 

4368 O. P. Ray, clerk's acc't, Chittenden Co., 976 43 

4369 O. P. Ray, % exp., etc., Chittenden Co. ct house, 310 16 

4370 Thoa. Rtcves, sheriff & Jailer's account, 2,233 28 

4371 Thos. Reeves, ser. & exp. serving req., 58 00 

4372 C. A. Sumner, ser. & exp.. Chit. Co. Jail com'r, 12 36 

4373 David C. Smith, ser. & exp.. Chit. Co. Jail com'r, 13 00 

4374 C. H. Stevens, ser. & exp.. Chit. Co. Jail com'r, 8 80 

19 4375 O. P. Knight, req. for exp.. Grand Isle, 600 00 

4376 S. A. Andrews, exp., Industrial Sch., Jan., 1901, 1,775 00 

4377 N. H. Ellsworth, 1 cow killed, 17 50 

4378 C. D. Bailey, 1 cow killed, . 17 50 

4379 W. A. Boyce, sal., Judge, Barre city court, 300 00 

21 4380 B. L. Bates, stationery, st. att'y, Bennington Co., 15 75 

4381 Horace F. Graham, ser. & exp., presidential elec., 21 90 

4382 E. P. Butler, 33 Justice bills of costs, 2 50 

4383 W. L. Jacobs, circulating public acts, 1900, 50 00 

4384 Ernest Hitchcock, ser. & exp., b'd agr. & C. C, 103 22 

4385 Geo. W. Wheelwright Paper Co., paper for st. ptg., 898 52 

4386 Wheelock & Dawley, ptg. & binding sup. ct. doc., 172 60 

4387 E. H. Fisher, 1 cow killed, 10 OO 

22 4388 J. V. Carney, sal., prob. Judge, Bennington, 6 mos., 362 50 

4389 Alpha Messer, app., Yt. Maple Sugar Ass'n, 500 OO 

4390 Frank A. Walker, sal. & exp., prob. Judge Wind- 

sor, 6 months, 423 14 

4391 Chas. L. Howe, 70 bills of costs & returns, 1,041 26 

4392 J. H. Beattie, fees, coll. taxes, Essex Co., 70 65 

23 4393 Opinion Pub. Co., circulating public acts, 913 04r 

4394 C. S. Caverly, autopsy, Rutland Co., 25 OO 

4395 C. F. Thompson, ser. & exp., Windham Co. com'r, 85 80 

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No. 



Name. 



For what. 



Amount. 



Jan. 23 4396 
4397 
4398 
4399 
4400 
4401 
4402 
4403 
4404 
4405 
4406 
4407 
4408 

24 4409 
4410 
4411 
4412 
4413 
4414 
4415 
4416 
4417 
4418 
4419 
4420 
4421 

26 4422 
4423 
4424 
4425 
4426 
4427 
4428 
4429 
4430 
4431 

28 4432 
4433 
4434 
4435 
4436 

29 4437 
4438 
4439 
4440 
4441 

30 4442 
Feb. 1 4443 

4445 
4446 
4447 
4448 
4449 
4450 
4451 
2 4452 
4453 
4454 



G. L. Rice, acc*t as state's attorney, $55 30 

Perry & Keesemau, ptg. for Bennington prob. ct, 126 45 

D. P. Peabody, ser. of req. by N. S. Stearns, 59 46 
H. M. Cornell, ser. & exp., Lamoille Co. com'r, 60 86 
M. M. Wilson, exp. of witnesses before R. R. com'r, 17 16 
O. F. Sunderland, 5 cattle killed, 39 50 
W. W. Barry, 1 cow killed, 4 00 
R. W. Hazen, 1 cow killed, 17 50 
Harper Hazen, 3 cattle killed, 19 50 
C. G. Herrick, 1 Justice bill of costs & returns, 15 98 
W. W. Wilklns, 5 Justice bills of costs & returns, 46 34 
A. S. Baker, 2 Justice bills of costs & returns, 15 02 
H. D. Hopkins, 2 Justice bills of costs' & returns, 25 47 

F. L. Greene, allowance under No. 73, acts 1900, 147 28 
S. H. Cross, 1 cow killed, 5 00 
O. L. French, circulating public acts, 85 50 
Leon D. Latham, attorney fee, Chittenden Co., 5 00 
M. P. Maurice, counsel fee, Franklin Co., 12 50 

E. S. Whittaker, detective service, Rutland Co., 11 10 
M. Hutchinson, exp. insane hospital, Jan., 1901, 13,080 56 

A. S. M. Chisholm, exp., medical exam., 5 00 

G. N. Howe, 2 cattle killed, 30 00 
W. B. Bullock, 1 numbering machine, 9 60 

F. C. Williams, attorney fee, 5 00 
J. H. Eastman, ser. & exp., Windsor Co. com'r, 51 21 
H. M. Martin, ser. & ex., com'r fees as col. of taxes, 28 10 
J. T. Stearns, 87 bills of costs & fees, 1,634 45 
R. W. Simonds, counsel fee, Caledonia Co., 55 00 
Young & Young, counsel fee for ins. com'r, 300 00 
Guy H. Start, counsel fee, Franklin Co.. 5 00 
John H. PoUey, officer fee, St. v. Archer, 11 31 
Wm. H. Preston, fees. pros, officer, St. v. Archer, 3 18 
Field & Rowell, srta. supplies. Caledonia Co. clerk, 91 23 
Enos C. Fish, serv. cert, warrants, Rutland Co., 38 00 
Chas. J. Hoffmann, engrossing certificates, 6 00 
Alfred E. Watson, map, sta., prlntini^, R. R. com'r, 165 75 
R. A. Hoar, exp. printing briefs. Wash. Co., 65 10 

B. C. Smith, bal. executive expenses, 116 78 
Record Pub. Co., circulating public acts, 1898, 24 37 
Merton Bailey, allowance under No. 73, acts 1900, 7 00 
Wayne Bailey, 88 Justice bills of costs & returns, 917 29 
F. G. Fleetwood, ser. & exp., presidential elector, 17 61 
H. E. Rustedt, exp., library com'r, 9 35 
M. W. Clark, 11 cattle killed, 60 00 

E. L. Maynard, funeral expenses, veterans, 30 00 
L. D. Miles, officer fees, 8 48 
Chas. P. Hogan, ser. & ex., prob. officer, Frank. Co., 27 75 
H. A. Harman, acc't, Rutland Co. clerk, 763 58 
S. W. Landon, R. R. mileage, library com'r, 20 00 
M. W. Gordon, counsel fee, Wash. Co., 120 00 
Chas. O. Layman, circulating public acts. 1898, 10 00 
Robert Roberts, fun. exp., dec. vet., Burlington, 50 00 

C. L. Atwood, 8 fox bounties, Starksboro, 4 80 
C. C. Bingham, ser. & ^xp., St Board Pharmacy, 24 37 
S. A. Andrews, exp.. Industrial School, 1,975 00 

F. C. Southgate, ser. & exp., prob. of., Windsor Co., 79 24 
St. Albans Messenger Co., circ. pub. acts, 1900, 75 90 
Fred A. Howland, fees as Insurance com'r, 482 20 
John L. Bacon, fees as insurance com'r, 482 20 



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Dote. No. Name. For what. Amount 

Feb. 2 4255 T. C. Phinney, acc't, sergt.-at-arms, Jan.. 1901. $231 70 

4456 F. W. Pierce, appropriation, St. Normal School, 9,750 00 

4457 The Tuttle Co.. miscellaneous pdntlng bills, ^2 44 

4458 Gilbert A. Davis, counsel fee, sup. ct, 09 16 
4 4459 J. C. Stearns, U. S. aid, Vt Soldiers' Home, 1,389 67 
7 4460 B. C. Hoyt, 1 cow kUled. 12 50 

4461 J. A. Elriclt, 6 cows ItiUed, 95 00 

4462 Thos. E. Boyce, ser. & exp., Addison Co. exam'r, 143 99 

4463 Geo. E. Fisher, ser. & exp., presidential elector, 14 55 

4464 Geo. M. Powers, counsel fee, Lamoille Co., 75 00 
9 4465 Mass. School for Feeble-Minded, br. & tuition, 650 00 

4466 B. M. Walker, ser. & exp. under V. S., sec. 5396, 44 79 

4467 A. Paddock, 16 fox bounties, Craftsbury. 9 60 

4468 John W. Gordon, counsel fee. Wash. Co., 20 00 

4469 E. A. Davis, ser. & exp., F. & G. com'r, 28 00 

4470 J. W. Titcomb, ser. & exp., F. & G. com*r, 246 32 
11 4471 E. A. Davis, exp., st hatch., month of Jan., 1901, 160 27 

4472 R. M. Harvey, counsel fee, sup. court, 59 00 

4473 D. L. Morgan, req. exp., House of Correction, 1,500 00 

4474 E. W. Oakes, req. exp., St. Prison, Feb, 1901, 2,000 00 

4475 R. O. Sturtevant, 43 Justices bills of costs & ret, 694 17 

14 4476 BaJn & Pearce, ptg. dockets, Chittenden Co., 10 00 

4477 Henry D. Holton, bacteriological lab. exp., 1,000 00 

4478 Andrew Maurer, stationery, etc., Benn. Co. cl'k, 30 80 

4479 Henry E. Smith, 17 cattle killed, 225 00 

4480 Don Jones, 18 cattle killed, 201 50 

4481 R. N. Bailey, 1 cow killed, 20 00 

4482 S. A. Andrews, app., Industrial School, 1,800 00 

4483 John Metcalf, circulating pub. acts, 1900, 15 00 

15 4484 Arthur J. Dewey, stamped envelopes, and. office, 43 00 

4485 W. S. Newton, 22 justices bills of costs & ret, 186 73 

4486 A. J. Martin, 5 Justices bills of costs & returns, 72 88 

4487 W. R. Boyd, 4 Justices bills of costs & returns, 25 00 

4488 Henry M. Bemis. 1 Justice bill of costs & ret, 5 51 

4489 Zina H. AUbee, 2 justices bills of costs & ret, 42 42 

4490 Frank Stowe, 1 Justice bill of costs & returns, 7 28 

4491 M. C. Skinner, 4 justices bills of costs & ret, 47 82 

4492 Chas. S. Chase, 7 Justices bills of costs & ret, 121 12 

4493 C. H. Williams, 9 Justices bills of costs & ret, 156 91 

4494 John B. Davis, 1 Justice bill of costs & ret, 11 11 

4495 F. C. Currier, 2 Justices bills of costs & ret, 7 00 

4496 A. M. Carpenter, 2 Justices bills of costs & ret, 10 07 

4497 Henry McGlnnis, 1 Justice bill of costs & ret, 10 72 

4498 G. A. Colby, 3 Justices bills of costs & ret, 41 05 

4499 E. W. Wright, 4 Justices bills of costs & ret, 38 22 

16 4500 Geo. A. Hubbard, clerk's acc't, Essex Co., 168 71 

4501 Edmund Sullivan, counsel fee, Essex Co., 12 00 

4502 R. K. Poole, detective, service, Essex Co., 25 00 

4503 Gertrude F. Robinson, ap. under 308, acts, 1900, 45 80 

4504 B. F. Kelley, appro, under 299, acts 1900, 59 54 

4505 W. H. Rowland, appro, under 309, acts 1900, 25 00 

4506 Free Press Ass'n, ptg. under Jt. res. 375, 1900, * 

& board agriculture, 324 54 

18 4507 D. W. Kelley, appro, under 300, acts 1900, 50 00 

4508 Opinion Pub. Co., printing, board agHc, 32 25 

4509 C. W. Matthews, serv. & exp., Essex Co. com'r, 36 00 

4510 A. K. Smalley, 1 cow killed, 17 50 

4511 W. W. Miles, admr. salary, L. H. Thompson, 

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Date. No. Name. For what. Amount. 

Feb. 18 4512 V. W. Rand, serv. & exp. under V. S., sec. 5396, $22 14 

19 4513 J. K. Curtis, 4 cattie killed, 47 00 

4514 Lr. L. Marsh, 2 cows Icilled, 30 00 

4515 J. H. Gardner, 1 cow Itilled, 12 50 

4516 C. J. Bell, ser. & exp., Board of Agriculture, 126 75 

20 4517 St. Albans Mess. Co., printing report R. R. com'r, 1,344 83 

21 4518 T. A. Hazen, 4 catUe Isilled, 43 50 

4519 W. S. Hazen, 1 yearling Ifilled, 6 00 

4520 Egbert Blalsdell, 1 cow liilled, 17 50 

4521 W. A. Johnson, adm'r, am't due est. O. B. John- 

son, 2 cattle killed, 30 00 

4522 Clarence Whitcomb, 19 cattle killed, 276 50 

4523 R. H. Powers, 4 cows killed, 46 00 

22 4524 R. E. Marsh, 1 Justice biil costs & returns, 10 70 

4525 F. E. Davis, Jailer's account, Windham Co., 6 50 

4526 M. F. Spencer, Jailer's account, Windham Co., 362 76 

4527 R. E. Gordon, sheriflTs account, Windham Co., 716 85 

4528 J. Q. Shumway, service of warrant, Windham Co., 3 00 

4529 E. P. Wheeler, 2 Justice bills of costs & returns, 20 56 

4530 J. H. Merrifield, 2 Justice bills of costs & returns, 23 50 

4531 T. J. B. Cudworth, 8 Justice bills costs & returns, 113 48 

4532 Thos. W. Davis, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 10 33 

4533 F. E. Smith, board state pauper, WMndham Jail, 5 00 

4534 W. S. Newton, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 48 38 

4535 J. H. Merrifleld, clerk's account, Windham Co., 580 61 

4536 H. G. Barber, fees as state's attorney, 28 77 

23 4537 S. E. Lawton, bal. acct. to Dec. 31, 1900, Brat- 

tleboro Ret, 16,404 29 

4538 Wilbur P. Davis, req. court expenses, 3,000 00 

4539 E. Winslow, treas., 11 fox bounties, Royalton, 6 60 

25 4540 Albert Webster, 3 cattle killed, 60 00 

4541 O. W. Chase, work for board of agriculture, 149 26 

4542 C. J. Bell, bill for printing, b'd of agriculture, 69 75 

4543 Thos. W. Hale, fun. exp., etc., dec. vet., Fairfield, 50 00 

4544 G. A. Colby, allowance on 3 Justice bills costs, 3 00 

4545 H. C. Whitehlll, circulating Pub. Acts 1900, 27 00 

4546 John W. Titcomb, expend, fees, V. S., sec. 4604, 255 00 

4547 Newport Electric Light Co. acct., Orleans Co., 83 80 

4548 Harry T. Cushman, acct. under No. 289, Acts 1894, 89 97 

4549 O. D. Cobleigh, sheriff's account 145 98 

4550 S. W. Landon, libraries for Greensboro, Pitts- 

fleld & Warren, 300 00 

4551 P. Guild, 2 Justice bills costs, 58 34 

26 4552 Samuel York, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 10 27 

27 4553 A. C. Dickey, 6 Justice bills costs & returns, 99 24 

4554 J. A. Burleigh, 4 Justice bills costs & returns, 74 31 

4555 H. W. Scott, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 7 25 

4556 T. H. Lance, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 5 61 

4557 H. W. Lyford, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 18 88 

4558 E. W. Slayton, 3 Justice bills costs & returns, 24 47 

4559 W. A. Martin. 3 Justice bills costs & returns, 39 09 

4560 M. W. Miles, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 18 26 

4561 Geo. S. Averlll 7 Justice bills costs & returns, 133 92 

28 4562 M. E. Smilie, 64 Justice bills costs & returns, 981 20 

4563 Hobart X Shanley & Co., sten. note books, 49 62 

4564 M. E. Smilie, court exp., Washington Co., 3,500 00 
Mar. 1 4565 R. S. Taft salary. Judge of supreme court, 750 00 

4566 Henry R. Start sal. & exp.. Judge sup. court, 886 39 

4567 W. W. Stickney, salary as governor, 612 50 



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Name. 



For what. 



Amount. 



Mar. 



1 4508 
4569 
4570 
4571 
4572 
4573 
4574 
4575 
4576 
4577 
4578 
4579 
4580 
4581 

2 4582 
4583 

4 4584 
4585 

4586 
4587 
4588 
4589 
4590 
4591 
4592 
4593 
4594 
4595 
4596 
4597 
4596 
4599 

5 4000 
4601 

6 4602 
4603 

7 4604 
4605 
4606 
4607 
4608 

8 4609 
4610 
4611 
4612 
4613 
4614 
4615 
4616 
4617 
4618 
4619 
4620 
4621 
4622 

9 4<523 
11 4624 

4625 



Loveland Munson, sal. & exp., judge sup. ct., $841 71 
John H. Watson, sal. & exp., Judge sup. ct., 820 35 

A. G. Fay, bills, costs & returns, J. P. & C. J., 1,986 58 
J. R. Kinney. 6 moieties, V. S., sec. 5142, 30 00 

N. C. Laird, clli. for St Atty, gd. jury Wash. Co., 144 00 
H. !B. Ocliington, attorney fee. Wash. Co., 7 50 

M. G. Nichols, attorney fee, Wash. Co., 7 50 

F. N. Tracy, acct Jailer, Washington Co., 1,496 86 
M. E. Smille, clerk, Washington Co.. 1,989 19 

G. W'. Wing, acct. trustee St. Hosp. for Insane, 213 82 
F. B. Thomas, counsel fee, Wash. Co., 65 00 
F. A. Rowland, sal. sec. of state and Ins. com*r, 508 33 
T. C. Phinney, acct. as sergeant-at-arms, 716 57 
C. C. Graves, sheriff's account, Wash. Co., 2,216 90 

E. M. Harvey, serv. & exp., clerk R. R. com'rs, 517 35 
T. L. Wood, salary first asst state librarian, 250 00 
Free Press Ass'n, acct. ptg. board of agric, 376 88 
M. O Perkins, acct. as director St P. & H. of 

C. & Pr. com'r, 47 32 

J. M. Tyler, salary & exp., Judge supreme ct, 873 89 
S. W\ Landon, serv. & exp., library com'rs, 115 89 

F. A. Bagnal, serv. & exp., Normal School eom'r, 93 86 
F. S. Piatt, acct. as inspector of finance, 315 56 
Orion M. Barber, salary, state auditor, 500 00 
John Ij. Bacon, salary, state treasurer, 734 78 
John W. Rowell, salary & exp.. Judge sup. ct, 790 69 
O. P. Ray, clerk, exp. Chittenden Co. court, 4,500 00 
H. B. Cushman, clerk, exp. Orleans Co. court, 1,600 00 
J. H. Merrifleld. clerk, exp. Windham Co. court, 1,750 00 
L. R. Jones, work for board of agriculture, 77 58 
Hiram A. Huse, salary, state librarian, 87 50 
W. H. Gilmore, salary, adj. ins. & q. m. gen'l, 375 00 
Luther B. Hunt 1 Justice bill of costs, 10 39 
Kum Hattln Home Ass'n, 2 cows killed, 35 00 

F. A. Demerltt 1 cow killed, 8 00 
Wheelock & Dawley, ptg. & bdg. docs., Wash. Co., 250 37 
H. A. Harmon, clerk, court expenses, 2,500 00 
J. D. S. Packer, Justice bill of costs, 5 OO 
The Tuttle Co., ptg. & stat'y bd. health & bac. lab., 223 75 

E. L. Waterman, exp. probate dist., Marlboro, 45 54 
W'endell P. Stafford, sal. & exp., Judge sup. ct, 905 42 
J. Ross, serv. & exp., as chairman R. R. com'rs, 152 97 

G. B. Barnett, moiety V. S., section 4575, 10 OO 
C. L. Erwin, serv. & exp., supervisor of insane, 129 93 

C. F. Smith, work for board of agriculture, 44 59 
J. 'L. Hills, work for board of agriculture. 70 24 
J. E. Gale, work for board of agriculture, 63 76 
Cassius Peck, work for board of agriculture, 74 75 

D. H. Morse, work for board of agriculture, 256 70 

F. L. Kinney, work for board of agriculture. 69 41 

G. H. Terrill. work for board of agriculture, 92 10 
J. O. Sanford, work for board of agriculture, 183 23 
R. H. Holmes, work for board of agriculture, 22 25 
T. B. Harriott, work for board of agriculture, 36 03 

C. J. Bell, serv. & exp., as mem. board of agrlc, 400 OO 
J. W. Titcomb, serv. & exp., as F. & G. com*r, 125 12 
G. T. Shanks, circulating public acts 1900, 25 <)0 

E. W. Oakes, requisition state prison, March, 2,200 OO 

D. L. Morgan, req. House Correction, March, 1.500 OO 



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Mar. 11 4626 
4627 
4628 

4629 

4630 
4631 
4632 
4633 
4634 
4635 
4636 
4637 

12 4638 
4639 
4640 
4641 
4642 
4643 
4644 
4645 
4646 
4647 
4648 
4649 
4650 
4651 
4652 
4653 
4654 
4655 
4656 
4657 
4658 
4659 
4660 
4661 
4662 
4663 
4664 
4665 
4666 
4667 
4668 
4669 
4670 

13 4671 
4672 
4673 
4674 
4675 
4676 
4677 
4678 
4679 

15 4680 
4681 
4682 



M. Hutchinson, req. insane hosp., February, $9,592 16 

Union Card Co., printing & stationery, 25 32 
D. M. Silsby & G. P. Ide, funeral exp., etc., 

dec. vet, Lyndon, 122 68 
J. R. Wood, detective ser., Rutland Co., V. S., 

sec. 2958, 34 51 

Dr. G. Roberts, med. ser., Windham Co. Jail, 68 65 

D. W. Hlldreth, circulating Pub. Acts 1900, 30 25 

L. W. Greene, ser. & exp. as supervisor insane, 93 91 

Chas. S. Chase, serv. as reporter, Windham Co., 147 00 

H. F. Graham, ser. & ex. as st. att'y, Orleans Co., 13 00 

W. E. Ranger, sal. & exp., sup't education, 799 05 

L. P. Slack, post, etc., st. att'y, Caledonia Co., 50 00 

J. W. Flint, serv., engrossing laws of 1900. 279 00 

A. W. Foster, 11 Justice bills costs & returns, 167 78 

V. P. Macutchon, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 13 22 

A. A. Niles, 3 Justice bills costs & returns, 22 03 

F. H. Strong, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 5 21 

J. H. Atehinson, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 18 34 

P. A. Stevens, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 10 37 

J. H. Hayford, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 47 78 

A. V. Wiswell, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 17 80 

F. H. Raymore, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 17 21 

F. M. Moulton, 22 Justice bills costs & returns, 221 38 

J. C. Hooker, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 23 42 

F. L. Hamilton, 3 Justice bills costs & returns, 38 31 

H. R. Noble, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 6 31 

L. C. Seeger, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 10 63 

D. E. Gibson, 4 Justice bills costs & returns, 35 20 
C. E. Bristol, 3 Justice bills costs & returns, 22 59 
W. H. Sheldon, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 23 38 
O. P. Moore, 9 Justice bills coats & returns, 71 45 
W. N. Hill, 1 Justice bin costs & returns, 46 50 

E. W. Meader, 3 Justice bills coets & returns, 32 49 
H. P. Sherwin, 5 Justice bills costs & returns, 27 ifO 
A. Worcester, 37 Justice bills costs & returns, 316 14 
A. F. Nichols, 5 Justice bills costs & returns, 52 95 
J. C. Harvey, 5 Justice bills costs & returns, 37 80 

E. K. Hill, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 10 71 
A. B. Perry, 4 Justice bills costs & returns, 33 74 
A. H. Hicks, 4 Justice bills costs & returns, 20 26 
J. J. Burdick, 5 Justice bills costs & returns, 73 25 
C. Rogers, 6 Justice bills costs & returns, 50 45 

C. E. Lamphere, 4 Justice bills costs & returns, 39 31 
J. G. Gray, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 7 94 
W. H. Gilchrist, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 11 02 
J. M. Craig, 3 Justice bills costs & returns. 52 95 
Free Press Ass'n, exp., board of agriculture, 11 97 
Perry & Keeseman, ptg. for state auditor's office, 12 50 
M. L. Powell, feeding stuffs, inspection exp., 577 61 

D. R. Howe, acct., American School for Deaf, 800 00 
S. B. Walte, acct., clerk's bill, Lamoille Co., 200 00 
L. B. Harris, work for board of agriculture, 19 06 
C. S. Hopkins, work for board of agriculture, 59 11 
M. F. Allen, ser. & exp., as prison com'r, 58 70 

F. S. Rogers, attorney fee, Orleans Co., 5 00 
Brown & Moore, ptg. & bdg. docs, Windsor Co., 279 90 
J. H. Polley, bounty on 5 fyke nets, Falrhaven, 35 00 

E. A. Davis, ser. & exp., F. & G. com'r, 174 51 



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L*ate. No. Name. For what. Amount. 

Mar. 16 4083 H. C. Bates, ser. & exp. as prison com*r, 

4G84 B. Sheldon, fun. exp., etc.. dec. vet., Bristol, 

4685 G. D. Carter & F. It. Lamb, funeral exp., etc., 

dec. vet., Wells, 

46S6 E. Hitchcock, ser. & exp., mem. b*d of agric, 

4687 C. F. Ranney & Co., ptR. & sta., Orleans Co., 

16 4688 R. E. Gordon, moiety, Windham Co., 

4689 C. J. Bell, ser. & exp. as cattle com*r, 

4690 J. S. Dutton, testing cattle, 

4691 H. S. Perley, testing cattle, 

4692 J. C. Parlcer, testing cattle. 
4093 John Thomas, testing cattle, 

4694 S. Miner, 12 cattle killed, 

4695 W. Hutchinson, 1 calf killed, 

4696 F. A. Collins, 3 cows killed. 

4697 O. F. Sunderland, 1 cow killed, 

4698 I. G. Sprague, 1 cow killed, 

4699 A. P. Croft, 37 cattle killed, 

4700 R. S. Taft, exp. as judge of supreme court, 

4701 H. S. Bingham, ser. & exp. as R. R. com*r, 

18 4702 W. A. Boyce, 31 bills costs & returns, 

4703 J. R. B. Hunt, exp. kpg. st. pau. Orleans Co Jail, 

4704 L. M. Read, ser. & exp. as R. R. com'r, 

4705 H. D. Ryder, counsel fee, Windham Co., 

19 4700 G. A. Hubbard, req. exD., Essex county court, 

21 4707 S. A. Andrews, exp., Ind. School, March, 1901, 

4708 O. D. Cobleigh, st. processes ser., Essex Co. 

4709 W. H. Bishop & Son, ptg. & bdg. doc, Essex Co., 

4710 L. H. Roscoe, circulating pub. acts. 1900, 

4711 F. L. Davis, work for board of agriculture, 

4712 H. Buss, testing cattle, 

4713 W. T. Pike, testing cattle, 

4714 G. Stephens, testing cattle, 

4715 W. J. Morse, 1 cow killed, 

4716 Marvin Clark, 4 cattle killed, 

4717 P. C. Kinney, 1 cow killed, 

4718 J. P. Wheelock, 1 cow killed, 

4719 C. E. Darling, 1 cow killed. 

4720 Mrs. E. Humphrey, 1 cow killed, 

22 4721 J. G. Powell, 2 justice biUs costs & returns, 

4722 O. M. Barber, exp. as auditor, 

4723 E. C. Bennett, acct. clerical asst., auditor's oflace, 

23 4724 G. S. Foster, ser. & exp. as supervisor of insane, 

4725 Horace W. Bailey, acct. as F. & G. com'r, 

4726 J. W. Titcomb, acct. as F. & G. com'r, 

4727 J. G. Martin, counsel fee, under assignment, 

4728 E. W. Jewett, land & building for fish hatchery, 

28 4729 T. M. Chapman, acct. sheriff's, Addison Co., 

4730 O. P. Moore. 1 justice bill costs, 

4731 W. H. Cobb, jailer's acct.. Addison Co., 

4732 Rufus Wainwrlght, clerk's acct., Addison Co., 

29 4733 E. W. Campbell, 4 justice bills costs & returns, 

4734 C. E. Lamphere, 1 justice ])ill costs & returns, 

4735 J. J. Burdick, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 

4736 Dorman Bridgman, 4 justice bills costs & returns, 33 r>3 

4737 A. F. Nichols, clerk's acct.. Caledonia Co., 498 31 

4738 C. Sylvester, acct., jail com'r. Caledonia Co., 2 511 

4739 Mary S. Hall, executrix, ser. E. Hall, jail com'r, 

Caledonia Co., 2 00 



$10 50 


50 iM> 


50 00 


316 01 


132 68 


25 00 


148 66 


88 50 


65 09 


128 85 


118 97 


175 08 


300 


46 00 


16 00 


17 60 


527 50 


114 82 


133 78 


491 8^5 


, 18 50 


175 92 


24 56 


1,200 00 


1,875 00 


17 81 


►., 29 25 


7 <» 


94 00 


248 82 


10 00 


175 10 


17 50 


60 00 


8 00 


5 00 


16 00 


6 00 


46 50 


189 61 


, 105 00 


, 115 00 


20 02 


27 88 


10 00 


900 00 


359 69 


22 51 


51 02 


201 36 


53 15 


9 70 


5 00 



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Date. No. Xame. For what Amount. 

Mar. 29 4740 JL,. Sulloway, sherirs acct, Caledonia Co., $851 09 

4741 .A^ r>. Bobbins, sheriff's acct., Lamoille Co., 617 92 

4742 J. X. Stevens, jailer's acct., LamoiUe Co., 190 45 

4743 S. JB. Waite, clerk for st. atty, before grand Jury, 

l^OLmollle Co., 45 00 

4744 S. 3- Waite, bal. clerk's acct, December term, 264 87 
30 4745 H. 3J[. Cornell, 4 Justice bills costs & returns, 53 06 

4746 O- A., Maurer, counsel fee, Bennington Co., 16 00 

4747 K- Roberts, fun. exp., etc., deq. vet, Burlington, 50 00 

4748 S. T- Grover, fun. exp., etc., dec. vet., Brandon, 46 00 
April 1 4749 P*. Lander, pension, 80 00 

4750 F. B- Wheeler, 10 Justice biUs costs, 110 25 

4751 TV. A. Pattee, allowance under No. 73, Acts 1000, 20 OO 

2 4752 Tlie Opinion Pub. Co., ptg. for adj't-general, 20 25 

4753 T. C- Phinney, account serg't-at-arms, 200 91 

4754 H. TV. Hulburd, counsel fee, Lamoille Co., 75 00 

4755 C- I*. Hogan, ser. & exp. as pix)b. offl., F'klln Co., 23 30 

4756 H. I>. Holton, bal. approp., Bacter. Lab., 3,500 00 

4757 -Al- TV. Kezer, pension, 30 00 

4758 O. J- Marshall, adm'r, salary of J. M. Slade, 

probate Judge, 184 16 

4759 TV. EL Bliss, salary as probate Judge, 379 60 

4760 BE. T>. Holton, ser. & exp., state b'd of health, 677 95 

4761 3^1. I-». Start, 1 Justice bill costs &. returns, 28 87 

3 4762 S- A- Andrews, acct. approp. Vt Indus. School, 500 OO 

4763 J. C- Benson, moiety, St. v. Putnam, Windham Co., 22 50 

4764 O- -A^itken, ser. & exp. as mem. b'd of agric, 338 05 
47^ Opinion Pub. Co., ptg. rep. state highway com'r, 139 00 

5 4766 M. Hutchinson, exp.. Insane Hospital, 9,594 05 

4767 H. J- Shanley & Co., sten. note b'ks. Lam. Co. elk., 67 50 

4768 O. L- Hasseltine, attorney fees, Addison Co., 17 05 

4769 Xlie Kews Pub. Co., newsp. for mem. legis. 1900, 1 00 

4770 W. H. Parker, attorney fees, Lamoille Co., 10 00 

4771 :M- I>. I'- Thompson, ptg. & bdg. dockets, Chit Co., 149 00 

4772 H. G' Blanchard, stamped envel.. Orleans prob. ct, 22 00 

4773 H- B. Cushman, req. for court exp., Orleans Co., 1,300 00 

4774 XT. I^- Comings, 12 Justice bills costs & returns, 194 85 

8 4775 M. J. Sargent, 3 Justice bills costs & returns, 51 48 

4776 C- r>. Pennlman, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 20 45 

4777 A. J- Darrah, 9 Justice bills costs & returns, 129 80 

4778 A. Sargent, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 20 90 

4779 TV. C Raymond, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 13 12 

4780 3. J- Spaulding, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 16 51 

4781 F- Thompson, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 20 22 

4782 C. I^. Howe, salary, city Judge, Rutland, 300 00 

4783 C. C. Gokey, fun. exp., etc., dec. vet., Northfield, 50 00 

9 4784 B- ^- Brock, 1 justice bill costs & return, 69 50 

4785 C- U- Lathrop. 5 Justice bills costs & returns, 38 07 

4786 C. S- Emery, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 37 81 

4787 J- M- Whitney, 4 Justice bills costs & returns, 38 43 

4788 T- -T- Albee, 3 Justice bills costs & returns, 19 45 
10 4789 J"- ^^^' TItcomb, ser. & exp. as F. & G. com'r, 364 42 

4700 O. Altken, ser. & exp. as cattle com'r, 83 38 

4701 O. A. Miller, testing cattle. 134 67 
4792 Ar^ws & Patriot Co., print* g for Insurance com'rs, 17 25 

12 47d3 Xli^ Tattle Co., school registers, grand list books, 601 16 

47^4 R- E. Hathom, 10 Justice bills costs & returns, 150 29 

4705 Hospital Cottage, etc., bill for board & tuition, 41 78 

4796 S- S- WiUson, ser. & exp. under V. S., sec. 5396, 33 54 



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BIENNIAL REPORT OF THE 



t*ate. 



No. 



Name. 



For what. 



Amount. 



April 12 4797 

4798 

13 4799 

; 4S00 

4801 
4802 

15 4803 
4804 
4805 
4806 
4807 
4808 
4809 
4810 
4811 
4812 

16 4813 
4814 
4815 
4816 
4817 
4818 
4819 
4820 

17 4821 
4822 
4823 
4824 
4825 

IS 4826 
4827 
4828 
4829 
-1S.S0 

19 4831 
4832 
4833 
4834 
4835 
4836 

20 4837 
4838 
4839 
4840 
4841 

22 4842 
4843 
4844 
4845 
4846 
4847 
4848 
4849 

23 4850 
4851 
4852 
4853 
4854 
4855 

24 4856 



G. T. Swasey, counsel fee, Washington Co., $205 00 

J. N. Woodlin, ser. & exp. as prison com'r, 130 80 

The Caledonian Co., ptg., etc., Cal. co. elk., 25 15 

Tarbell & Whitham, attorney fee, Windsor Co., 2 25 

G. H. Perkins, ser. & exp. as state geologist, 256 09 
Vermont Watchman Co., miscellaneous ptg. bills, 82 47 

G. W. Ward, testing cattle, 450 71 

W. W. Lapoiut, counsel fee. Wash. Co., 280 00 

W. E. Niles, 1 Jersey bull killed, 10 00 

L. A. Smith, 1 cow killed. 15 00 

B. L. Wilson. 1 cow killed, 19 00 
E. B. Hunt, 2 cows killed, 22 50 
J. E. Healey, 1 cow killed, 15 00 

C. W. Brownell, 2 cows killed, 35 00 
W\ H. Seaver, 1 cow killed, 13 50 
E. W. Oakes, 1 cow killed, 20 00 
J. C. Enright, counsel fee, Windsor Co., 35 00 

E. R. Buck, counsel fee, Windsor Co., 23 00 
J. H. Hamilton, ser. as sec. of board of health 775 00 
C. Chandler, 3 justice bills costs & returns, 47 09 
A. A. Dunklee, 2 justice bills costs & returns, 23 80 
PI. Phelps, 1 justice bill costs & returns. 9 3S 
Z. H. Allbee. 2 justice bills costs & returns, 32 40 
C. H. Williams, 13 justice bills costs & returns, 209 GO 
P. S. Chamberlin, 3 justice bills costs & returns, 44 2S 
n. K. Darling, attorney fee. Orange Co., 75 00 
J. K. Darling, attorney fee. Orange Co.. 20 00 

F. I. Whitney, sheriff's acct., Orange Co., 666 67 
C. S. Emery, clerk's acct, Orange Co., 389 07 
M. J. Sargent, 3 justice bills costs & returns, 43 9S 
W. R. Adams, 3 justice bills costs & returns, 62 70 
J. Q. Adams, 1 justice bill costs and returns. 7 Sr» 
H. H. Amsden, 7 justice bills costs & returns, 95 Or> 
O. S. Holden, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 20 70 
C. O. Thompson, 3 justice l)ills costs & ivturns, 80 48 
E. A. Thomas, jailer's acct.. Windsor Co.. 733 8S 
T. O. Seaver, 15 justice bills costs & returns, 176 G7 
T. O. Seaver, exp. probate court, dist., Hartford, 89 58 
T. O. Seaver, fees as com'r, jail delivery, 9 58 
O. E. Taylor, bdg. jurors, st. cases, Windsor Co., 165 75 

E. H. Edgerton, attorney fee, Windsor Co., 7 OO 
Mass. Sch. for F.-Minded, bill for b'd & tuition, 600 (X^ 
.T. C. Jones, counsel fee, Rutland Co., 65 OO 

F. L. I>aird, counsel fee, Washington Co., 135 OO 
Brown & Moore, circulating pub. acts 1900, 55 50 
C. C. Gilmore, exp. of con. F. hatchery, Swanton, 588 1>5 
W. W. Lapoiut, counsel fee, Washington Co., 25 OO 
F. L. Stayton, 2 cows killed, 32 
Mrs. E. A. Allen, 2 cows killed. 27 
A. A. Miller, 2 cows killed, 15 
L. W. Fi-ench, 5 cows killed, 62 

Stearnes, req. exp.. Soldiers' Home, 1,995 

Marsh, 8 justice bills costs & returns. 96 

Davis, ser. & exp. as supt. Roxbury H., 115 



C. 
W 
A. 

S. 



Lovell, moiety, St. v. Goodell. Windham Co., 5 



Hutchinson, req. exp., insane hospital, 9,584 

L. Morgan, req. exp.. House of Correction, 1,500 

W. Oakes, req. exp., state prison. 2,20O 

A. Andrews, req. exp.. Industrial School, 1,750 



D. C. Jones, sheriff's acct., Windham Co., 



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Date. 



No. 



Name. 



For what. 



Amount. 



April 25 4857 
4858 
4859 
4860 
4861 
4862 
4863 
4864 
4865 
4866 
4867 
4868 
4869 

26 4870 

27 4871 
4872 

4873 

4874 
4875 

4876 

May a 4877 
4878 

7 4879 
4880 
4881 
4882 
4883 
4884 
4885 
4886 
4887 
4888 

8 4889 
4890 
4891 

10 4892 
4893 
4894 
4895 
4896 
4897 
4898 
4899 

11 4900 
4901 
4902 
4903 
4904 
4905 
4906 
4907 
4908 
4909 
4910 
4911 



S. Newton, 15 justice bills costs & returns, 
Worden, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 

C. Johnson, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 

D. Ryder, 7 justice bills of costs & returns, 
C. Hall, 33 justice bills of costs & returns, 
R. Gates, 2 justice bills of costs & returns, 

E. Barr, 4 justice bills of costs & returns. 



6 15 
206 85 
900 00 


9 00 
50 00 
11 96 



$145 27 

5 31 

10 77 

117 41 

504 07 

34 41 

74 50 

D. W. Carpenter, 2 justice bills of costs & returns, 54 10 
Chas. B. Parsons, 2 justice bills of costs & returns, 20 04 
H. P. Fobs, 2 justice bills of costs & returns, 19 11 
W. H. Morey, 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 19 91 
Free Press Ass'n, ptg. reports b'd aprlc, 157 20 

B. H. Adams, Jr., ex. in re bail C. H. Whitney, 
Orange Co., 

E. W. J. Hawlfins, 20 justice bills of costs & ret, 
Clark School for Deaf, b'd & tuition, Vt. benef., 
Benj. D. Benson & Son, making record book, 

Caledonia probate court, 

C. E. Beach, fun. ex. etc., dec. vet, Burlington, 
A. D. Bobbins, ser. of process, Lamoille Co., 

D. A. Camp, ap'mt Barre & Williamstown under 

V. S., sec. 625, 28 00 

Geo. Bracket t, ap'mt, Williamstown & Barre, 

under V. S., sec. 625, 12 00 

Geo. W. Wheelwright Paper Co., paper St. ptg., 279 02 
M. E. Smilie, additional req. court ex., 3,500 00 

M. E. Ladd, 1 cow killed, 12 50 

L. D. Hadley, 2 cows killed, 22 00 

Ed. T. Sequin, Boston Jour., for mem. Gen. Assem., 1 00 

E. E. Crane, printing Arbor day proc. for Governor, 7 50 
W. H. Gilmore, req. for officers sch. V. N. G., 460 14 
J. W. Titcomb, ser. & exp., F. & G. com»r, 205 19 

E. A. Davis, ser. & ex., F. & G. com. & sup. hatch., 170 96 
T. C. Phinne.v, ac. as sergeant-at-arms, 179 55 
Willard Farrington, counsel fee. Grand Isle Co., 28 14 
J. R. Pember, clerk's acc't, Windsor Co.. 655 97 
A. D. L. Herrick, treas., bounty 102 foxes, Chester, 66 20 
Hiram Ladd, treas., bounty 15 foxes, Enosburgh, 9 00 

A. L. Noyes. treas., bounty 57 foxes, Orange, 34 20 
Jos. S. Leach, 2 justice bills of costs & returns, 34 96 

B. H. Fuller, 4 justice bills of costs & returns, 128 82 
John M. Thorne, 19 justice bills of costs & returns, 313 16 
M. L. Start, 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 20 17 
W. W. Manning, 17 justice bills of costs & returns, 181 27 

F. W. Marsh, 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 21 36 
B. M. Ballard, 1 justice bill of costs & returns. 8 35 
M. J. Wiltse, M. D., exam, cloth'g for blood stains, 50 00 
D. H. Bennett, treas., 6 fox bounties, Bridport, 3 60 
M. B. Gove, treas., 23 fox & 4 lynx bount., Lincoln, 33 80 
W. C. Robie, treas., bounty on 3 foxes, Franklin, 1 80 
N. A. Bucklin, treas., bounty on 18 foxes. Sudbury, 10 80 
T A. Sessions, treas., bounty on 23 foxes, Goshen, 13 80 
A. A. Niles, treas., bounty on 17 foxes, Morristown, 15 20 
I. H. Deyett. treas., bounty on 1 fox, Shelburne, 60 
0. S. Dean, treas., bounty on 8 foxes, Monkton, 4 80 
A. C. Jones, treas.. bounty on 18 foxes, Halifax, 10 80 
Geo. F. Eastman, treas., boun. on 22 foxes, W^alden, 13 20 
A. A. Dunklee, treas., boun. on 19 foxes. Vernon, 11 40 
W. I. Schoff, treas., boun. on 18 foxes, Canaan, 10 80 



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Date. No. Name. For what. Amount, 

May 11 4912 G. A. Cobly, treas., b'ty 17 fxs, 1 bear, Victory, $22 20^ 

4913 A. S. Batten, treas., bounty on 1 fox, Stannard, 60 

4914 N. B. Cobb, treas., bounty on 3 foxes, Strafford, 1 80 

4915 H. H. Shedd, treas., but 1 fox, 3 bears, Mendon, 36 60 

4916 Geo. Beckett, treas., bnt. 17 foxes, Willlamstown, 10 20 

4917 N. M. Jones, treas., bnt. 9 foxes, 3 lynxes, Pawlet, 26 40 

4918 A. C. Stetson, treas., bounty 43 foxes, Whltingham, 25 80 

4919 F. E. Smith, treas., bounty 65 foxes, 2 lynxes, 1 

bear, Jamaica, 61 00 

4920 A. W. Sllsby, treas., bounty 77 foxes, Newbury, 46 20 

4921 N. D. Parker, treas., bounty 13 foxes, 1 lynx, 

1 bear, Chittenden, 24 80 

4922 H. C. Wilcox, treas., bounty 61 foxes. Concord, 36 60 

4923 Henry S. Willson, sheriff's ac. Bennington Co., 682 01 

4924 R. D. Booth, treas., bounty, 6 foxes, Ferrisburg, 3 60 

4925 N. W. Foster, treas., bounty 17 foxes, Whiting, 10 20 

4926 B. F. Kelley, ac. jailer's bill, Franklin Co., 650 00 
13 4927 Arthur Rousseau, 2 cows killed, order cattle com'r, 23 50 

4928 Frank B. Howe, 3 head cat. killed, ord. cat com'r, 55 00 

4929 F. L. Hall, 1 cow killed, order cattle com'r. 15 OO 

4930 A. C. Sleeper, ser. & exp. as probation officer, 10 00 

4931 Geo. L. Rice, attorney fee, Rutland Co., 40 OO 

4932 J. T. Miles, treas., bounty on 13 foxes, Hinesburg, 7 80 

4933 F. G. Nichols, treas., b'nty on 44 foxes, Richmond, 26 40 

4934 O. H. Palmer, treas., bounty on 9 foxes, 2 lynxes, 

1 bear, Stratton, 27 40 

4935 C. B. Parsons, treas., bounty on 1 fox, Fletcher, 60 

4936 Geo. Messenger, treas., b'nty on 19 foxes, Norwich, 11 40 

4937 D. F. Johnson, treas., b'nty on 60 foxes, Newark, 36 OO 

4938 A. H. Bowen, treas., b'nty on 8 foxes, Berkshire, 4 80 

4939 Philip Royce, treas., b'nty on 12 fxs., W. Windsor, 7 20 

4940 L. P. Jenne, treas., b'nty on 11 foxes, Derby, 6 60 

4941 M. Hutchinson, req. for exp.. Insane Hosp., 9, 374 16 

4942 R. A. Spafford, sherllTs acct., Windsor Co., 110 74 

4943 J. E. Cushman, sal. & exp., com'r st. taxes & elk., 495 01 

16 4944 Edmund C. Mower, att'y fee, 8 ins. pau. cases, 40 00 

17 4945 J. T. Stearns, bills of costs & fees. Burl, city ct., 1,888 93: 

4946 A. W. J. Wilkins, sherifT's acct., Windham Co.. 124 19 

4947 J. H. Merrifield, Windham county clerk's acct, 432 4a 

4948 M. F. Spencer, jailer's account, Windham Co.. 176 t55 

18 4949 E. H. Shattuck, treas., bounty on 56 foxes, 

3 lynxes, Bridgewater, 48 64> 

4950 Fred I. I-ane, treas., b'ty on 37 foxes, Westminster, 22 20 

4951 Robt. Chase, treas., bounty on 18 foxes, 1 bear, 

Guildhall, 22 »0 

4952 P. C. Houghton, treas., bounty on 16 foxes, Kirby, 9 6<> 

4953 C. W. Sayre, treas.. bounty on 21 foxes. Thetford, 12 GO 
4964 C. E. Coruth, treas., b*nty on 16 foxes, Charleston, 9 GO 

4955 Ira A. Shattuck, treas., b'ty on 38 fxs., Hardwick, 22 80 

4956 L. N. Waterhouse, treas., b'ty on 5 fxs.. Salisbury, 8 OO 

4957 F. G. Spaulding, treas., bounty on 29 foxes, 

4 lynxes, 4 bears, Sherburne, 85 40^ 

4958 RoUa Flint, treas., bounty on 11 foxes, 3 lynxes, 

Hancock, 21 «K> 

4959 A. E. Denison, treas., b'ty on 26 fxs., Brownington, 15 OO 

4960 A. T. Holbrook, treas., b'ty on 2 foxes, Lemington, 1 20 

4961 C. C. Cramton, treas., bounty on 4 foxes, Ira. 2 40 

4962 W. H. Gilmore, treas., b'nty on 7 foxes, Falrlee, 4 20 

4963 J. H. Kingsley, treas., bounty on 8 foxes, 1 lynx. 

Clarendon, 9 SO 



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May 18 4964 
4965 
4966 
4967 

4968 

20 4969 

4970 
4971 
4972 
4973 
4974 
4975 
4976 

4977 

4978 

• 4979 

4980 
4981 

4982 

21 4983 

4084 
4t>S5 
4986 
4087 
4088 
4089 
4000 
4001 
4002 

22 4003 
4004 
400r» 
4000 
4007 
4008 
4000 
5000 

nooi 

5002 
5003 
5004 
5005 
5006 

23 i"5007 

24 5008 
5000 
5010 
5011 
5012 
5013 

25 5014 



D. E. Parkhurst, treas., b*ty on 18 foxes, Sharon, $10 80 
O. E. Luce, treas., bounty on 35 foxes, Stowe, 21 00 
Myron Barton, treas., b'ty on 20 fxs., Shaftsbury, 12 00 
Ira Holt, Jr., treas., bounty on 19 foxes, 1 bear, 

PIttsfield. 23 40 

S. W. Landon, st. aid free lib. under No. 37, 1894, 200 00 
Amasa Thompson, treas., bounty on 10 foxes, 

1 lynx, 1 bear, Pawnal, 23 00 

A. W. Harris, treas., b*nty on 2 foxes, Windsor, 1 20 

E. W. Brown, treas., Vty on 20 foxes, Waterford, 12 00 
G. E. Bartlett, treas., b'nty on 17 foxes, Bristol, 10 20 
Geo. W. Briggs, treas., b'ty on 23 fxs., Wardsboro, 80 80 
C. B. Williams, treas., b*ty on 24 foxes, Winhall, 24 40 
L. G. Ferguson, treas., b'ty on 7 foxes, Starksboro, 4 20 
J. P. Black, treas., bounty on 31 foxes, 2 lynxes, 

1 bear, Manchester, 40 tJO 
Geo. W. Morse, treas., b*nty on 70 fxs., Waterbury, 42 00 
M. W. Martin, treas., b'nty on 18 foxes, Peacham, 10 80 
R. I. Batchelder, treas., b*nty on 19 foxes, 1 bear, 

Peru, 23 40 

C. C. Tewksbury, treas., b'ty on 4 fxs., Worcester, 2 40 
W. S. Eaton, treas., bounty on 59 foxes, 2 lynxes, 

Grafton, 46 40 

Ghas. L. Howe, 42 bills of costs & returns, 

Rutland Co., 685 67 

G. W. Morrow, ser. & exp. to Portsmouth, order 

Judge Taft, ^ 42 

Wheelock & Dnwley, dockets & ptg., sup. ct., 158 01 

Geo. H. Massey, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 44 35 

Rufus Kinsley, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 4 30 

H. P. Cook, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 6 86 

.Tohn G. Parlin, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 25 22 

E. P. Church, 3 justice bills costs & returns, 30 37 
H. B. Cushman, 3 justice bills costs & returns, 49 14 
Henry W. Marsh. 4 justice bi:is costs & returns, 38 a) 
H. B. Houston, 2 justice bills costs & returns, 14 71 
J. T. Stearns, Iml. of audit, Burlington city ct., 53 94 
S. A. Andrews, req. for exp.. Industrial School. 1,875 00 
Geo. E. Stebbins, fun. exp.. etc., dec. vet., Sheldon, 42 00 
Henry D. Hoi ton. printing for board of health, 297 70 
H. W. Corey, V. S.. testing cattle, 76 00 

F. A. Rich. V. S.. testing cattle, 225 71 
A. B. Beeman, treas., bounty on 6 foxes, Fairfax, 3 60 
Henrv Kenyou, treas., b'nty on 40 foxes, 1 lynx, 

Nofthfleld, 29 00 

A. W. Bohonnon. treas., bounty on 30 foxes, 

2 lynxes, Bolton. 28 00 
H. A. Blake, treas., bounty on 21 foxes, Sutton, 12 60 

B. H. Daniels, treas., b'nty on 21 foxes, Woodbury, 12 60 
John Fargo, treas., b'nty on 33 foxes, Huntington, 19 80 
E. W. Oakes. supt. req. for exp., st. prison. 2,000 00 

D. L. Morgan, supt. req. for exp., H. of Cor., 1,500 00 
D. W. Steele, ser. & exp., 6 insane pan. cases, 50 00 
W. H. McAllister, 3 justice bills of costs & returns, 72 70 
M. P. Maurice, attorney fee. Franklin Co., 5 00 

A. U Thompson, 8 justice bills of costs & returns, 104 87 
Silas W. Flynn, 12 justice bills of costs & returns, 280 70 

B. F. Kelly, ser. certified warrant, 12 00 
B. F. Kelly, sherlflTs acct., Franklin Co.. 469 97 
W. P. Davis, clerk's acct., Franklin Co., 434 67 j 

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Amouut. 



May 25 5015 
5016 
5017 
5018 
5019 
5020 
5021 
5022 
5023 
5024 

27 5025 
502G 
5027 

28 5028 
5029 
5030 
5031 
5032 
5033 
5034 
5035 
503G 
5037 

29 5038 

30 5039 

31 5040 
5041 

5042 
5043 
5044 
5045 
5046 
5047 

5048 
5049 
50v)0 
5051 
5052 
5053 
5054 
5055 
5056 
5(K")7 
5058 
5059 
5000 
5061 
5062 
5063 

5or>4 

50<)5 

506() 
5067 
5068 
5069 



N. S. Rogers, 3 justice bills of costs & returns, 
I. T. Patterson, 4 justice bills of costs & returns, 
1'. Guild, 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 
A. Cook, ser. for sts. atty, insane pau. case, 
Cushman, 8 justice bills of costs & returns, 
Root, 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 
Graham, att'y fees, Orleans Co., 
Libbey, ser. & exp. on search warrant, 



$82 
101 



E. A. Cook, ser. for sts. atty, insane pau. case, 5 
U. B. Cushman, 8 justice bills of costs & returns, 141 
H. S. Root, 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 10 
II. F. Graham, att'y fees, Orleans Co., 5 
H. C. Libbey, ser. & exp. on search warrant, 3 
T. Uiuman, ser. process, Orleans Co., 6 
H. B. Cushman, clerk's acct., Orleans Co., 387 
Newport Elec. L. Co., elec. light, Orleans Co., 71 
L. D. Miles, sheriff's acct., 1,215 

F. £. Alfred, stamps & sta., Orleans pro. ct, 13 

0. D. Cobleigh, sheriff's acct., Essex Co., 335 
O D. Cobleigh, ser. & ex. under V. S., sec. 2956, 38 
E. J. l*arsons, 54 justice bills of costs & returns, 471 
James B. Wallace, 7 jus. bills of costs & returns, 152 
Dyer H. Morton, 4 justice bills of costs & returns, 69 
S. B. Powers, 3 justice bills of costs & returns, 12 
Gaines B.odgett, 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 69 
Fred L. Follausby, 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 15 
Geo. A. Hubbard, clerk's acct., Essex Co., 194 

1. H. Quimby, jailer's acc't, Essex Co., 546 
Nelly C. I^ird, ser. as sts. atty's elk. Wash. Co., 28 
E. H. Holden, mak'g rec. under No. 289, acts 1894, 158 
Henry R. Start, salary and exp., judge sup. court, 900 

E. H. Powell, inc. U. V. M. & st. agr. col. & 
St. app., 7,065 

L. D. Eldridge, app., Middlebury college, 1,200 

A. F. Nichols, req. of court exp., Caledonia Co., 2,000 
C. S. Emery, req. for court exp.. Orange Co., 2,500 
S. B. Waite, req. for court exp., Lamoille Co., 
J. R. Pember, req. for court exp., Windsor Co., 
W. H. Gilmore, est. of exp,, June drill & Insp. 

V. N. G., 1,560 

Loveland Munson, sal. & exp., judge sup. ct., 885 
W. P. Stafford, sal. & exp. as judge sup. ct., 825 

Opinion Pub. Co., print, tax inventory blks, 
L. H. Taleott, 118 cattle killed, 
John Whitcomb. 103 cattle killed, 
J. W. Jones. 11 cows killed, 
Uriel Brooks, 1 cow killed, 
Chas. E. Spaulding, 1 cow killed, 
Ernest Hitchcock, 1 cow killed, 
J. M. Coates, 1 cow killed, 

W. F. Scott, treas., b'nt^» 22 fxs, 1 lynx, Brandon, 
C. E. Pinney, treas., b'uty. 11 foxes, Middlebury, 
P. II. Iladloy, treas., b'nty, 28 foxes, Rockingham, 
W. C. Dauforth, treas., b'uty, 24 foxes, Barnard, 
Chapin Leonard, treas., b'nty, 11 foxes. Glover, 
II. S. Root, treas., b'uty, 25 foxes, Newport, 
C. H. Dewey, treas., b'nty, 41 foxes, 1 bear, Ben- 
nington, .36 eo 
W. II. Brackett, treas., b'nty, 53 foxes, 1 lynx, 

Brattleboro, 30 84> 

J. O. Thomas, treas., b'nty, 25 foxes, Belvidere. 15 (Kh 
O. E. Buttertield, treas., b'nty, 61 fxs, Wilmington, 3« (» 

F. M. Pa^^e, treas., b'nty, 27 foxes, (Jroton, 10 20 
F. H. Tyler, treas., b'nty, m foxes, Londonderry, 39 «>0 



2,500 
2,500 



676 

2,2()4 
1,79<) 
212 
10 
12 
20 
17 
18 
6 
16 
14 
6 
15 



08 
57 
75 
OO 
46 
54 
10 
10 
20 
59 
40 
20 
17 
64 
95 

5a 

70 
33 
11 
94 
40 
36 
25 
25 
57 
75 

00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 

00 
40 
08 
8S 
50 
50 
5<J 
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50 
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50 
20 
60 
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May 31 5070 

5071 
5072 
5073 
5074 
6075 
5076 
5077 
5078 
5079 
5080 

6081 
5082 
5083 
6084 
5085 
June 1 5086 
5087 
5088 
5080 
5090 
5091 
5092 
5093 
5094 
5095 
5096 
5097 
5098 

3 5099 
5100 
5101 
5102 
5103 
5104 
5105 
5106 
5107 
5108 
5109 
5110 
5111 
5112 
5113 
5114 
5115 
5116 
5117 

5 5118 
5119 
5120 
5121 
5122 
5123 
5124 
5125 
5126 



$34 80 


3 00 


60 


27 60 


14 60 


23 40 


9 60 


25 00 


12 00 


15 60 


50 00 


7 20 


3 00 


9 60 



102 64 
244 72 
106 75 
249*04 
374 38 
754 40 



W. J. Wright, treae., b'nty, 18 foxes, 2 bears, 

Montgomery, 
W. H. Bingham, treas., b'nty, 5 foxes, Cornwall, 
Chas. D. Warren, treas., b'nty on 1 fox, Williston, 
E. L. Hastings, treas., bnt. 46 foxes, Townshend, 
W. P. Jones, treas., bnt. 16 foxes, Dover, 
W. H. Griswold, treas., bnt. 39 foxes, Cambridge, 
Barron Hay, treas., bnt. 16 foxes, Bradford, 
Everett Forsyth, treas., bnt 43 foxes, Topsham, 
H. H. Ballard, treas., bnt 20 foxes, Tinmouth, 
O. T. Walter, treas., bnt. 26 foxes. East Haven, 

E. O. Aldrich, treas., bnt 55 foxes, 1 lynx, 1 bear, 
Shrewsbury, 

V. N. Forbes, treas., bnt 12 foxes. West Haven, 

V. W. Ranney. treas., bnt. 5 foxes, Brookline, 

O. H. Kent treas., bnt. 16 foxes, Calais, 

Chas. H. Blgelow, treas., bnt 20 foxes, Brookfleld, 12 00 

Free Press Ass'n, ptg. & dist. session laws 1901, 1,512 92 

Wm. H. Davis, att'y fee Insane pauper case, 5 00 

Andrew Maurer, stat'y for auditoi-'s office, etc., 31 50 

Rufus Walnwrlght req. exp. Addison Co. court, 800 00 

Russell S. Taft salary judge supreme court, 750 00 

H. C. Cady, appro., Norwich University. 1,200 00 

Harland B. Howe, counsel fee, Essex Co., 

S. W. Landon, state aid free lib., ac. trav. lib., 

Jas. B. Donoway, counsel fee, Addison Co., 

H. S. Willson, sheriff's acct., Bennington Co., 

F. S. Piatt, sal. & exp., inspector of finance, 
John H. Watson, sal. & exp., judge supreme ct, 
David E. Porter, state's att'y fee insane pauper case. 5 00 
J. O. Sanford, ser. & exp., state highway com'r, 415 72 
Geo. E. Lawrence, sal. & ex., sts. at'y, R'tland Co., 793 78 
Arthur W. Russell, jailer's acct, Bennington Co., 182 80 
Harry T. Cushman, clerk's acct., Bennington Co., 699 55 
W. H. Gilmore, sal. adj. & q. m. gen. & clerk, 375 00 
Horace F. Graham, sal. & ex., sts. at., Orleans Co.. 406 65 
Httram A. Huse, salary as state librarian, 87 50 
Wm. H. Bliss, counsel fee, Addison Co., 102 20 
Rich'd A. Hoar, sal. & sts. att'y fee Insane pauper, 635 70 
T. C. Phinuey, acct as sergeaut-at-arms, 238 70 
John W. Rowell, sal. & exp., judge supreme ct, 784 71 
Jas. M. Tyler, sal. & exp., judge supreme ct., 881 02 
M. O. Perkins, ser. & exp., dir. s. p. & h. of c, 57 80 
Jj, M. Green, ser. & exp., supr. of insane, 9i 78 
E. W. Wright ser. & exp., Essex Co. ex'mr, 112 91 
John E. Allen, ser. & exp., Chittenden Co. ex'mr, 118 61 
Frank P. Davison, ser. & exp., Benn'ton Co. ex'mr. 140 81 
John L. Bacon, sal. & exp., sta. treas. & ins. com'r, 952 79 
The Register Co., ptg. & bind, docs., Addison Co., 55 50 
E. J. Parsons, acct. bills of costs paid, Essex Co., 70 56 
Jonathan Ross. ser. & exp., chairman R. R. com'rs, 116 06 
J. C. Steams, req. exp. Sol. Home & U. S. Aid, 2,073 72 
O. D. Matthewson, ser. & exp.. Wash. Co. ex'mr, 153 27 
C. E. Crowley, 6 cattle killed, 75 00 
Fred A. Howland, sal. as sec of state & ins. com'r, 675 00 
David S. Conant sal. as state's att'y, Orange Co., 400 00 
E. C. Mower, sal., ex. & fees sta's att'y. Chit. Co., 783 16 
Wm. W. Stickney, salary as governor, 375 00 
Wynkoop, Hallenbeck, Crawford Co., mis. ptg., 3,500 00 



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Amount. 



June 5 5127 
5128 

7 5129 
5130 
5131 
5132 
5133 
5134 
5135 

8 5136 
5137 
5138 
5139 
5140 
5141 
5142 
5143 
5144 
5145 

10 5146 

5147 

11 5148 
5149 
5150 
5151 
5152 
5153 
5154 
5155 
5156 
5157 
5158 
5159 
5160 
6161 
5102 
5163 

5164 
5165 

5166 
5167 
5168 
5169 
5170 
5171 

5172 
5173 

5174 
5175 
5176 

12 5177 
5178 
5179 

13 5180 



E. A. DaTls, ser. & ex. F. & G. eom'r & hatcb, |389 65 
C. L. ErwlD, ser. & exp., Hupervisor of Insane, 130 28 
J. L. Collius, sal. & fees sU. att*y, Grand Isle Co., 134 25 

B. C. Morrill, 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 6 42 
T. \V. Sibley, 6 justice bills of costs & returns, 63 80 
S. A. Browuell, 2 justice bills of costs & returns, 17 07 
Salmon Green, 7 justice bills of costs & returns, 49 17 
Wm. M. Barber, 2 Justice bills of costs & returns, 28 18 
Samuel York, 1 justice bill of costs & returns, 65 03 
J. T. Stearns, 2 Justice bills of costs & returns, 23 86 
Geo. W. DebervUle, 30 just, bills costs & returns, 329 82 
John W. Tltcomb, ser. & exp., F. & G. com'r, 138 23 

F. D. Hale, ser. & exp., st. atfy. Ins. paup. case. 15 70 
Herman Dressel, Jr., ser. & ex., Windsor Co., ex.. Ill 61 
St. Albans Messenger Co., ptg. ft stat., nor. S. C, 196 75 
Chas. S. Forbes, ex. sec. V. Old Home Week As., 158 50 
W. P. Abbott, ser & exp., Rutland Co., exam*r, 148 89 
O. P. Ray, clerk's acct., Chittenden Co., 894 20 
Thomas Reeves, sherllTs & Jailer's ac. Chit. Co., 1,286 15 
Leonora E. Marvin, ser. & exp., co. ex.. Grand 

Isle Co., 46 66 

W\ N. Piatt, ser. & exp., trustee Insane hospital, 144 97 

F. A. Bagnall, ser. & exp. normal school com'r, 102 83 

E. L. Ingalls, ser. & exp., Lamoille Co., exam'r, 94 M 

Alva Clifford, 1 cow killed, 9 00 

H. S. Newton, 1 cow killed, 15 00 

A. A. Bashaw. 1 cow killed. 12 50 

M. H. Gibson, 2 cows killed, 40 0(> 

W. W. Munsell. 1 cow kille<l, 17 5(i 

C. W. Gates, 2 cows killed, 27 50 
Cassius Peck, 1 cow kille<l, 9 00 
J. L. I^eonard, 2 cows killed, 25 0(i 

A. Payette, 1 cow killed. 16 »♦ 
C. P. Farmer, 1 horse killed, 20 00 
C. M. Bean. 9 cows killed, 135 «> 
H. B. Welch, treas., b'nty, 29 foxes, Wheelock, 17 40 
E. S. Bristol, treas., b'nty, 17 foxes, Panton, 10 00 
Joseph Randall, treas., b'nty, 10 foxes, 2 lynx, 

Wallingford, 16 00 

N. H. Bicker, treas., b'nty, 10 foxes. Ryegate, 11 40 
E. C. Woodworth, treas., b'nty, 29 foxes, 1 lynj, 

Arlington, 22 40 

!>. C. Seeger, treas., b'nty, 9 foxes, Addison, 5 40 

J. M. Gilkey, treas., b'nty, 9 foxes, Bnmswick, 5 40 

Gideon Abbey, treas., b'nty, 13 foxes. Orwell, 7 »» 

Chester Dickey, treas., b'nty, 13 foxes, Wash., 7 80 

B. B. Scribner, treas., b'nty, :m foxes. Corinth, 18 00 
L. T. Williams, treas., h'uty, 3S foxes, 1 lynx, 

2 bears, Bloomfield, 51 80 

W. P. Bartlett, treas., b'nty, 20 foxes. Morgan, 17 40 
Geo. n. Davis, treas., b'nty, 6 foxes. 1 lynx, 

Hubbard ton, 8 60 
Frank (J. Adams, treas., b'nty, 14 foxes, Maidstone, 8 40 

Elisha May, counsel fee, Caltdonia Co.. 70 00 

Edward O. Baldwin, ser. A: ex., Orlenns Co., ex., 202 70 

J. E. Cushnian. sal. as Coni'r, st. taxos & elk, 350 00 

H. D. Ryder, ser. & exp., Wlndhnm Co., exara*r, 189 22 

H E. Rustedt, ser. & exp., Franldin Co., exara'r, 123 20 
Royal R. Wood, admr, sal. of T. L. Wood as asst, 

state librarian, 



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June 13 5181 
5182 
6183 
5184 
5185 
5186 
5187 
5188 
5189 
5190 

5191 

5192 
5193 
5194 
5195 
5196 
5197 
5198 
5199 
5200 
5201 

14 5202 
5203 
5204 
5205 
5206 

15 5207 
17 5208 

5209 
5210 
5211 

19 5212 
5213 
5214 
5215 
5216 

5217 
5218 
5219 
5220 

5221 
5222 

5223 

20 5224 
5225 
5226 
5227 
5228 

5229 
5230 
5231 
5232 
5233 
5234 



10 00 

48 10 

16i 60 

115 56 

25 98 



93 91 

95 75 
125 36 
638 30 
338 55 
300 00 



Edward M. Goddard, sal. as asst, st. librarian, $97 22 

Walter E. Hanger, ac, supt. ed. & teachers' In., 1,035 17 

J. G. Bellrose, ser. & ex. as mem. b*d pharmacy, 220 14 

Fred B. Pingree, counsel fee, Windsor Co., 

Fred B. Thomas, counsel fee, supreme court, 

C. H. Maxham, ser. &, exp., trustee insane hosp., 

T. M. Chapman, acct., sheriff's bill. Add. Co., 

L. J. Brown, 1 justice bill of costs, 

David S. Conant, ser. & ex., sts. Atty, I. P. cases, 22 50 

Wheelock & Dawley, print. & bind., Orange Co., 

dockets, 
The Caledonian Co., print. & bind., Caledonia 

Co., dockets, 
H. S. Bingham, ser. & exp., R. R. com'r, 
Otis N. Kelton, sal. & ex., prob. Judge, Franklin, 
John V. Carney, sal. & ex., P. J., Bennington, 
S. M. Gleason, sal. as pro. Judge dlst., Bradford, 
M. A. Bingham, sal. & exp. prob. J. dlst, Chit'den, 724 57 
F. E. Alfred, sal. as prob. Judge dist., Orleans, 450 00 
W. H. Nichols, sal. as prob. J. dist, Randolph, 300 00 
Wm. Haynes, sal. & ex. prob. J. dist, Grand Isle, 171 90 
Thos. C. Bobbins, sal. as prob. J. dist., Rutiand, 500 00 
E. A. Hasseltine, sal. & ex., p. J., d., New Haven, 360 08 
E. L. Waterman, sal as prob. J. dist, Marlboro, 400 00 
Edwin C. White, sal. & ex., pro. J. dist, Lamoille, 339 23 
Henry L. Clark, sal. as pi-o. J. dist, Fair Haven, 300 00 
W. P. Smith, sal. as prob. Judge, Caledonia dist, 
Robt. Chase, sal. as probate Judge, Essex dist, 
The Tuttle Co., miscellaneous printing bills, 
Julius Wilcox, 1 cow killed, 
Mrs. C. R. Cumminga. 1 cow killed, 
M. Hutchinson, req. for exp., St Hosp. for Ins., 8,000 00 

E. W. Oakes, req. for exp., state prison, 2,000 00 
W. H. Taylor, ser. & exp., Caledonia Co. exam*r, 192 21 
John H. Senter, counsel fee, Wash*u Co., 
Lamoille Pub. Co., ptg. & bdg. Lam. Co. dockets, 
Russell S. Taft, exp.. Judge supreme court, 
Chas. P. Tarbell, sal. & fees, state*s attorney, 

insane pauper cases. Windsor Co., 
Edward H. Holden, counsel fee, Bennington Co., 

F. C. Archibald, counsel fee, Bennington Co., 
H. B. Howe, attorney fee, Essex Co., 
Hiram Carleton, salary & exp., probate Judge, 

Washington district, 
T. O. Seaver, sal. & exp., prob. Judge, Hartf. dist, 455 32 
W. B. Edgerton, salary & exp., probate Judge, 

Manchester district, 
Hiram A. Huse. bal. app. for books, st. lib., 1900, 
F. C. Southgate, counsel fee. Windsor Co., 

F. D. Proctor, per diem & exp. as speaker, 
H. E. Rustedt exp. as library com*r, 
C. J. Bell. ser. & exp.. mem. b'd agr. & cat. com'r, 509 93 
Ernest Hitchcock, ser. & exp., cattle com'r & 

member B. A., 154 60 

G. W. Ward, V. S., testing cattle, 120 30 
Henry Buss, V. S., testing cattle, 154 92 
J. S. Dutton, testing cattle, 56 50 
Geo. T. Stevenson, V. S.. testing cattle, 22 50 
B. M. Flint V. S., testing cattle, 7 00 
Geo. Stephens, V. S., testing cattle, A-43 77 



450 00 

261 20 

958 06 

15 50 

15 00 



285 00 
62 00 
89 03 

564 50 
20 00 
31 50 
18 50 

687 15 



265 70 
400 00 

10 00 
22 10 

11 55 



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June 20 5235 D. L. Morgan, sup't, req. for exp., House of Oor., |700 00 

5236 Zina H. Albee, ser. & exp., dlr. St. P. & H. of C. 70 70 

5237 . S. R. Fletcher, treas., b'nty on 23 foxes, Holland, 13 80 

5238 F. G. Bickuell, treas., bounty on 13 foxes, 1 lynx, 

Johnson, 12 80 

5239 R. B. Young, treas., b*nty on 7 foxes, Glastenbury, 4 20 

5240 L. B. Chapman, treas., b'ty on 14 foxes, Windham, 8 40 

5241 M. V. B. Vance, treas., b*ty on 47 fxs., Lunenburg, 28 20 

5242 A. M. Corser, treas., b'nty on 34 foxes, Putney, 20 40 

5243 Frank Plumley, counsel fee, Washington Co., 331 50 

5244 John J. Wilson, counsel fee, Windsor Co., 21 00 

25 5245 H. H. Lucas, fees as collector of taxes, organized 

towns & goi*es, 19 23 

5246 Frank W. Thomas, counsel fees, Addison Co., 30 00 

5247 H. H. Blanchard, counsel fees, Windsor Co., 40 00 

5248 Hiram A. Huse, catl. ex., cur. ex. & st. library. 285 13 

5249 Erwin M. Harvey, ser. & exp., clerk U. R. com'rs, 318 06 

5250 S. A. Andrews, appr. under No. 130, acts 1900, 500 00 

5251 Geo. S. Foster, ser. & exp. as sup*r of insane, 116 00 

5252 S. W. Landou, app. free library, Bristol, 237 23 

5253 Orion M. Barber, sal. as auditor of accounts, 586 36 

5254 E. C. Bennett, ac. cler. assist., auditor's office, 102 00 

26 5255 Geo. Aitken, ser. & exp., as cattle com*r, 99 96 

5256 John Thomas, V. S., testing cattle. 107 19 

5257 J. C, Parker, V. S., testing cattle, 147 25 

5258 A. E. Atwood, V. S., testing cattle, 16 00. 

5259 Geo. A. Miller, V. S., testing cattle, 69 38 

5260 Robert Weir, V. S., testing cattle, 10 65 

5261 Richard A. Hoar, exp. as state attorney, 95 50 

5262 E. B. Grlswold & Sou, sta. supplies, auditor's office, 8 75 

5263 Henry D. Holton, ser. & ex., members b'd health, 754 50 

5264 L. M. Bates, treas., bounty on 5 foxes, Westford, 9 00 

5265 W. W. Lapoint, counsel fee. Wash. Co., 40 00 

5266 John H. Marshall, headstone for B. F. Murray, 

deceased veteran, 15 00 

5267 The Tuttle Co., ptg. & exp. for b'd of health, 152 02 

5268 Gilbert A. Davis, counsel fee, Windsor, 104 60 

5269 M. Costello. 15 justice bills of costs & returns, 144 63 

5270 Melvin Colton, 2 justice bills of costs & returns, 23 72 

5271 Alex. Goshen, 8 justice bills of costs & returns, 73 9i 

5272 T. II. Kelt, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 8 35 

5273 Thos. A. Tower, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 7 45 

5274 John M. Snyder, 1 justice bill costs & returns. 5 71 

5275 Wm. Nathaniel, 4 justice bills costs & returns, 40 25 

5276 Clarence L. Coates, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 10 10 

5277 W. W. Wilkins. 4 justice bills costs & returns, 41 50 
28 5278 E. P. Butler, 13 justice bills costs & returns, 141 00 

5279 E. M. Pond, autopsy. Rut. Co., order of court, 25 00 

5280 Chas. S. Caverly, autopsy, Rut. Co., order of ct., 25 00 

5281 W. K. Farnsworth, 2 justice bills costs & returns, 17 42 

5282 T. B. Wheeler, 24 justice bills costs & returns, 252 02 

5283 Wayne Bailoy, 119 justice bills costs & returns, 1,4S1 81 

5284 D. P. Peabody, sheriff's account, 966 3t» 
52K5 E. S. Whlttaker, 5 moieties vs., sec. 4495, 22 50 
5286 Henry A. Harman, Rutland Co. clerk's account 608 71 



Total amount of orders drawn during 
fiscal year ending .Tune 30. 1901 $685,12<5 9S 



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LIST OF ORDERS DRAWN BY THE AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS 
From July 2, 1901^ to June 30^ 1902, inclusive. 

Date. No. Name. For what. Amount 

1901. 

July 1 5287 James B. Donoway, salary as state's attorney, $400 00 

5288 H. C. Cady, app. due Norwich University, 1,800 00 

5289 D. W. Steele, sal. & ex. as sta. att'y, Franklin Co., 611 30 

5290 Henry D. Holton, exp. bacteriological lab., 700 00 
5201 Thus. Reeves, serv. req., Chittenden Co., 84 J4 

5292 American School for Deaf, Vt. beneficiaries, 900 00 

5293 Guy W. Hill, ser. as spec, att'y insane P. hearing, 5 00 

5294 S. E. Lawton, board & care insane poor, Brat- 

tleboro Ketreat, 14,662 65 

5205 Perry & Keeseman, printing & binding docs., 125 00 

5296 S. A. Andrews, exp. Vt. Industrial School, 1,675 00 

5297 Peter Lander, pension, 30 00 

5298 A. B. Culley, V. S., testing cattle, 23 70 

5299 W. T. Pike, V. S.. testing cattle. 9 00 

5 5300 C. W. Brigffs, 9 justice bills costs & returns. 113 89 

5301 John W. Tltcomb, ser. & exp., F. & G. comY, 82 02 

5302 E. A. Davis, ser. & exp., F. & G. com'r, & supt. 

of hatchery, 207 10 

5303 C. C. Gilmore, exp. Swanton hatch., bldg. & equip., 650 61 

5304 N. R. Davis, fun. ex. & headstone dec. vet, 49 50 

5305 A. W. Kezer, pension, 30 00 

5306 Willis M. Ross, 36 justice bills costs & returns, 443 29 

6 5307 W. P. Townsend. 26 fox bounties, Chelsea, 15 60 

5308 E. W. Huntley, 1 fox bounty, Duxbury, 60 

5309 Wm. B. McElroy, 44 fox bounties, Middlesex, 26 40 

5310 A. M. Prouty, 18 fox bounties, 1 lynx, Marlboro, 15 80 

5311 E. I. Claflin, 13 fox bounties, Braintree. 7 80 

5312 Will L. Davis, 13 fox bounties, Rutland, 7 80 

5313 S. M. DIckerman, 17 fox bounties, 3 lynxes. 

Mount Holley, 25 20 

5314 Wm. Walker, 19 fox bounties, 31 rattlesnakes, 

Falrhaven, 42 40 

5315 F. W. Blanchard, 11 fox bounties, Weathersfield, 6 «0 

5316 Wm. H. DuBois, 37 fox bounties. Randolph, 22 20 

5317 E. yi. Brunett, 29 fox bounties, Swanton, 17 40 

5318 W. H. Wheeler, 54 fox bounties. 11 rattlesnakes, 

2 lynxes, Springfield, 53 40 

5310 W. H. Halbert, 2 fox bounties, St. Albans. 1 20 

5320 W. W. Hisrbee. 12 fox bounties, 1 lynx, Charlotte, 12 20 

5321 F. C. Southffate, 21 fox b'nties, 1 lynx. Woodstock, 17 <jO 

5322 Geo. H. Watson, 53 fox bounties. Hartford. 31 S4) 

5323 E. A. Moore, 17 fox b'ntles. 2 lynxes, Plymouth, 34 20 

5324 Irwin Stevenson. 21 fox bounties, I^well, 12 t)0 

5325 W. S. Basoom, 13 fox bounties, 1 rattlesnake, 

1 lynx, Benson, 13 SO 

8 5326 F. L. Hamilton, 6 justice bills costs & returns, 47 52 

5327 Gideon Abbey, 2 justice bills costs & returns, 33 22 

5328 I. A. Colby, 2 justice bills costs & returns, 25 01 



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Date. No. Xame. For what. Amount. 

July 8 5329 Im H. LaFleur, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, ;F1G 37 

5330 E. C. Marsh, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 14 65 

5331 David B. Blair. 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 25 29 

5332 C. E. Bristol, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 11 52 

5333 E. T. Ilolbrook, 9 fox bounUes, Milton. 5 40 

5334 J. W. Hazeltine, 19 fox bounties, Andover, 11 40 

5335 II. C. Cleveland, 30 fox ]K>unties. Coventry, 18 iK» 
533G I. W. Sanborn, 28 fox bounties. Lyndon. 16 80 

5337 F. W. Blanchard, 13 fox bounties, 2 lynxes, 

Weathersfield, 17 80 

5338 J. J. Quinlan, 5 cows killed, 70 00 

5339 B. J. Cobb. 1 cow killed, 12 oO 

5340 Walter E. Howard, ser. & exp. as Nor. Sch. com'r, 167 81 

5341 Henry Buss, V. S., testing cattle, 23 34 

5342 W. II. Corey, V. S., testing cattle, 54 75 
9 5343 Curtis S. Emery, req. court expenses. 1,000 00 

11 5344 T. C. Phinney, serg't-at-arms account, 751 41 

12 5345 Jared P. Hall, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 13 10 

5346 M. O. Kinne5^ 3 Justice bills costs & returns, 22 08 

5347 W. H. Ilazen, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 10 92 

5348 W. A. Sowle, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 7 43 

5349 Henry Martin, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 28 49 

5350 O. P. Knight,- 5 Justice bills costs & returns, 45 65 

5351 O. P. Knight, Grand Isle Co. clerk's account, 126 02 

5352 O. P. Knight, req. for exp.. Grand Isle Co. court, 205 57 

5353 O. P. Knight, Grand Isle Co., Jailor's account. 69 75 

5354 Thad. M. Chapman, Addison Co. sheriff's acet, 216 66 

5355 Wm. H. Cobb, Addison Co., Jailor's account, 256 44 

13 5356 H. P. Sherwin, 11 justice bills costs & returns, 97 38 

5357 Rufus Wainwright, Addison Co. clerk's account, 176 62 

5358 .las. B. Donoway, Add. Co. St. att'y, sta. & post., 24 00 

5359 Wm. H. Davis, att'y fee, Addison Co.. 2 50 

5360 F. M. Moulton, 9 Justice bills costs & i-eturns, 187 35 

5361 Otto P. Moore, 21 Justice bills costs & returns, 316 82 

5362 A. F. Nicliols. req. court exp., Caledonia Co., 2,000 00 

5363 C. S. Emery, req. court exp.. Orange Co.. 500 0(> 

5364 Pinkerton's Nat. Det. Agency, detective serv., 215 07 
53fJ5 ^1. Hutdiinson. exp.. Vt. Hospital for Insane, 8,000 OO 

15 5366 F. I). Hale, salary as state's attorney. 200 00 
5367 Free Press Ass'n, printing & stationery for board 

of agriculture & cattle com'r. 26 07 

53(;8 E. C. Mower, legal ser., cattle com'r. V. S.. sec. 210, 20 00 

5360 J. E. Lovell. services rend(»red cattle com'r. 6 40 

5370 Walter O. Rockwell, serv. rendered cattle com'r, 25 20 

5371 Walter E. Barney, counsel fee. Washington Co., 20 OO 

5372 H. C. Shurtlofif. counsel fee, Washincton Co.. 30 00 

5373 E. S. Whittaker, ser. & exp.. underV. S.. sec. 5396, 25 OCi 

5374 Thos. C. Cheney, salary as state's attorney. 250 OO 

5375 Mystic Oral School for Deaf, board &: tuition. 200 00 

5376 A. P. Childs. fun. exp.. etc., dec. vet.. Bennington, 35 85 

5377 Zed S. Stanton, ser. & exp. as probation officer, 72 34 
537S B. F. Tucker. 7 fox l>ountles. Ripton. 4 20 

16 5370 Thos. E. Boyce. ser. tS: exp., Addison Co. exam'r, 99 44 
53S0 Perkins Inst. & Mass. School for Blind, state 

l>eneflciaries. 2,200 OO 

5381 Geo. II. Perkins, ser. &: ex., under No. 6. acts 1900, 311 7(% 

18 5382 Mass. Sch. for Feeble Minded. Vt. bonef.. 600 OO 

5383 The Hosp. Cottages for Children. Vt. benef., 12 OT 

5384 L. P. Slack, counsel fee, Caledonia Co., 63 40 



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Date. No. Name. For what. Amount, 

July 18 5385 J. D. Denison, counsel fee, Orange Co., $54 00 

5386 T. E. Wales, special att'y ins. P. hearing. Chit. Co., 5 00 

5387 Frank A. Bailey, counsel fee, Wash. Co., 10 00 

5388 W. W. Miles, counsel fee, 197 71 

5389 St. Albans Mess. Co., circul. public acts 1898, 102 00 

5390 Rose & Tyler, circulating public acts, 7 50 

5391 W, W. Sticlsney, executive expenses, 121 07 

5392 W. N. Piatt, app. under No. 132, acts 1900, 1.50O 00 

5393 D. L. Morgan, req. for exp., H. of C, 1,750 00 

5394 E. W. Oaltes, req. for exp., state prison, 1,800 OO 
20 5395 H. S. Willson, com*r, ap. for Woodford highway, 1,400 00 

5396 F. C. Southgate, ser. & exp. as probation officer, 94 27 

5397 Erwln M. Harvey, counsel fee, Wash. Co., 40 24 

5398 Newport Elec. Light Co., ac. Orleans Co. Ct. H., 32 00 

5399 Henry L. Clark, coal for probate office, 33 43 

5400 M. D. L. Thompson, printing & stationery, 32 50 

5401 Guy H. Start, counsel fee, Franklin Co., 50 50 
.>402 F. W. Pierce, ser. & exp. as Normal Sch. com'r, 11K5 9«5 
5408 Elisha May, ser. & exp. as probation officer. 25 30 
5404 M. Hutchinson, supt., req. Vt. St. Hos. Insane, 2,722 83 

22 5405 M. E. Smille, 29 bills costs & returns, 311) 55 

5406 W. S. Martin, 5 justice bills costs & returns, 20 45 

5407 H. W. Lyford, 5 justice bills costs & returns. 30 13 

5408 J. A. Burleigh, 9 justice bills costs 4c returns, 130 as 

5409 Geo. S. Averill, 7 justice bills costs & returns, 83 60 

5410 J. C. Stearns, U. S. Aid Soldiers* Home, 1,471 00 

23 5411 AUand G. Fay, 77 bills costs & returns, 1,261 64 

5412 C. C. Graves, sheriff's acct.. Wash. Co., 2,394 80 

5413 M. E. Smilie, att'y bill, W. A. Lord, Wash. Co., 268 02 

5414 A. E. Lovejoy, 3 justice bills costs & returns, 16 18 

5415 M. W. Miles, 1 justice bill costs & returns. 30 9& 

5416 Albert C. Dickey, 11 justice bills costs & returns, 116 93 

5417 Jas. K. Fullerton, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 19 35^ 

24 5418 F. H. Tracey, Wash. Co. jailer's account, 976 39 

5419 M. E. Smille, W^ash. Co. clerk's account, 1,923 69 

5420 Wheelock & Dawley, ptg. & bdg., sup. court, 150 OO 

5421 H. P. Sherwin, 1 justice bill costs, 16 27 

26 5422 Walter E. Ranger, adv. on 5 summer schools. 1,000 OD 

5423 R. J. Goss & O. W. Daley, autopsy, 25 00 

5424 Frank L. Graves, bal. due on bill of costs, 1 41 

5425 M. B. Roberts, testing cattle, 12 OO 

5426 C. J. Bell. ser. & exp., clerk of cattle com'r. 177 26 

5427 L. M. Read, ser. & exp. as R. R. com'r, 117 65 

5428 Clark School for the Deaf, Vt. beneficiaries. 900 00 
.5429 Ernest Hitchcock, ser. & exp. as cattle com'?, 110 08 
5430 W. W. Stickney, exp. as governor, under No. 136, 

Acts 1898, 83 52 

27 5431 St. Albans Messenger Co., state printing, etc., 11 83 
5432 Richard A. Hoar, ser. & exp., before R. R. com'rs, 10 40 

31 5433 W. H. Cobb, fun. exp., etc., dec. vet, Springfield, 50 00 

5434 D. Q. Woodruff, 1 cow killed, 12 irO 

5435 Fred B. Pingree, counsel fee, Windsor Co., 20 00 

5436 Herbert S. Perley, testing cattle, 11 OO 

5437 L. W. Gauthier, unsuccessful search warrants, 2 10 

5438 H. .T. Slayton, unsuccessful search warrants, 6 30 
.*>439 Arthur O. Whitham, counsel fee. Windsor Co., 25 00 

5440 H. B. Ocklngton, counsel fee, Washington Co., 5 00 

5441 C. F. Ranney & Co., printing & stationery, 46 67 
Aug. 2 5442 J. J. Shakshober, sal. as state's att'y, Benn. Co., 400 0<> 



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r>ate. 



No. 



Name. 



For what. 



Amount. 



Aug. 3 5443 S. A. Andrews, sup't, req. for exp., Vt. Ind. Sch., $2,400 00 

5444 D. A. Camp, b'd transient paui^er, town of Barre, 23 00 
7 5445 H. M. Pearl, 1 cow killed, 15 00 

544G J. C. Enrlght. counsel fee, Windsor Co., 50 00 

5447 M. W. Rounds, boimty od 38 foxes, 19(H); 21, 1901, 

Ricbford, 35 40 

5445 F. E. Ward, bounty on 48 foxes. Guilford, 28 80 

5449 Geo. E. Child, bounty on 15 foxes. Weybridge, 9 00 

5450 Henry S. Willson, sheriff & jailer's ac, Benn. Co., 471 88 
S 5451 W. H. Gilmore, req. for militia exp.. 16,562 96 

5452 O. P. Ray, elk, ac. ex. Mar. term, 1901, Chit. Co., 178 00 

5453 Sheldon Dimick, 1 cow killed, 15 00 

5454 A. F. Durkee, bounty on 9 foxes, Sheldon, 5 40 
9 5455 John F. Keating, counsel fee, Windsor Co., 10 QO 

5456 Walter Renfrew, 1 cow killed, 12 50 

5457 R. Oossingham & Sons, 1 heifer killed, 6 00 

5458 B. E. Lewis, 2 cows killed, 30 00 

5459 Patrick Lovelle, seven head cattle killed, 132 50 

5460 G. H. Gilmore, 1 cow killed, 15 00 

5461 T. R. Men-ill, treas., b'nty on 1 fox, Montpeller, 60 

5462 E. S. Slade, treas., bounty on 9 foxes, Rutland, 5 40 

5463 Zed S. Stanton, treas., b'nty on 9 foxes, Roxbury, 5 40 

5464 Jno. W. Titcomb, ser. & exp. as F. & G. com'r, 71 90 

5465 C. F. Cutler, 1 justice bill of costs, 21 10 

5466 J. H. Kiniiy, officers & witness fees, 9 22 

5467 H. B. Parkhurst, 1 justice bill costs, 39 65 

5468 S. A. Hurst, 2 justice bills costs & returns, 24 96 

12 5469 Henry S. Burt, treas., 11 fox bounties, 2 lynxes, 

Sunderland, IG 60 

5470 ^Irs. J. P. Talcott, 23 cattle killed, 405 00 

5471 Hart Bros., 2 cows killed, 30 00 

5472 H. M. Fay, 12 cows killed, 195 00 

5473 W. W. Lapoiut, atty fee, Washington Co., 5 00 

5474 E. H. Crane, printing, executive exp., 12 00 

5475 A. B. Hutehins, unsuccessful search warrants, 6 60 

5476 O. H. Smith, 2 justice bills costs & returns, 22 42 

5477 J. J. Shakshober, atty fee, 6 50 

5478 J. J. Shakshober, 4 in. pan. cases, stat'y & postage, 65 19 

5479 Goo. H. Trask, treas., 38 fox bounties, 1 lynx, 

3 bears, Rochester, 63 80 

5480 C. N. Wales, bal. fees., St. v. Balch, 16 01 

5481 AV. D. Ball, 5 justice bills costs & returns, 82 45 

13 5482 Alexander Dunnett, counsel fee, Caledonia Co., 43 00 

5483 W. H. Hamilton, app. Wardsboro road, 75 CO 

5484 R. .T. Trainor, counsel fee, Caledonia Co.. 57 50 

5485 H. B. Howe, counsel fee, Caledonia Co., 40 50 

5486 E. A. Davis, ser. & exp. as F. & G. com'r, 225 88 

5487 Henry D. Holton. req. for bact. lab. exp., 2,000 CO 

5488 Herbert R. Pike. 1 yoke oxen killed, 40 OO 

5489 Robert Redmond, 10 cows killed, 198 00 

5490 Charles Ingalls, treas., 6 fox bounties, Sheffield, 3 60 

5491 Victor Hurlburt, moieties under V. S., sec. 4495, 7 50 

5492 Orvis Fitts. treas., bounty on 7 foxes. Cabot, 4 20 

5493 Frwl E. Prichard, ser. & exp. as Orange Co. ex., 223 30 

5494 W. H. Gilmore, req. exp. June drill & encamp- 

ment, N. U., 1,203 65 

5495 O. P. Knight, clerk, court exp., 600 CO 

5496 S. A. Fife, treas., 27 fox bounties, Wolcott, 16 20 



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Bate. No. Name. For what. Amount. 

Aug. 14 5497 D. D. Ck)le, treas., 31 fox bounties, 1 lynx 

3r. s., Castletou, $26 60 

5498 W. H. Fairchild, treas.. 13 fox bounties, Fairfield, 7 80 

5499 A. Y. Gray, treas., 4 fox bounties, Middletown 

Springs, 2 40 

5500 Clark Sibley, treas., 21 fox bount., E. Montpelier, 12 60 

5501 L. L. Camp, treas., 14 fox bounties, Elmore, 8 40 

5502 Henry Holt, 1 cow liilled, 16 00 

5503 N. B. Powers, 2 cows killed, 30 00 

5504 M. D. King, 2 cows killed, 31 50 

5505 E. W. Gordon, sheriff's acct.. Grand Isle Co., 122 68 
15 5506 Free Press Ass'n, ptg & bind., Vt. Rep. vol. 72, 1,091 33 

5507 Ozro Meacham, fun. exp., etc., dec. vet., Brandon, 50 00 

5508 R. J. Gleason, treas., 6 fox bounties, Waitsfield, 3 60 

5509 L. C. Davis, treas., 30 fox bounties, Burke, 18 00 

5510 C. B. Kendale, treas., 17 fox bounties. Shoreham, 10 20 

19 5511 T. G. Phinney, acct. as serg/t-at-arms, 381 36 

5512 Chas. P. Tarbell, exp. as staters attorney, 47 18 

5513 G. F. O. Kimball, trustee, circulating pub. acts, 43 50 

5514 W. F. Otis, treas., 19 fox bounties, 1 lynx, Danby, 16 40 

5515 F. W. Davis, treas., 11 fox bounties, Bakersfield, 6 60 

5516 W. W. Wiley, treas., 13 fox bounties, Landgrove, 7 80 

5517 Adin F. Miller, treas., 23 fox bounties, 1 lynx, 

Dummerston, 18 80 

5518 John H. Hayford, 1 cow killed, 15 00 

5519 F. E. Thompson, 1 cow killed, 20 00 

5520 H. E. Foster, 1 cow killed, 10 00 

5521 Frank Talcott, 15 head cattle killed, 270 00 

5522 J. H. Policy, bounty od 1 fish net 7 50 

20 5523 Andrew Maurer, stationery sup., auditor's office, 5 50 

5524 Thomas Redmond. 8 cows killed, 146 00 

5525 E. W. Billings, 48 fox bounties, Hartland, 28 80 

5526 C. U. Lathrop, 4 justice bill.s costs & returns, 59 05 

5527 Curtis S. Emery, 3 justice bills costs & returns, 51 53 

5528 James Hutchinson, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 6 25 

5529 PYank Martin, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 10 12 

5530 Chas. H. Blgelow, 4 justice bills costs & returns, 57 85 
4 5531 R. G. Brock, 2 justice bills costs & returns, 40 46 

5.532 Asa H. Pepper. 1 justice bill costs & returns, 17 19 

5533 H. L. Beard. 7 justice bills costs & returns. 35 05 

5534 M. Hutchinson, sup't, req. for exp.. State Hosp. 

for Insane, 10,665 80 

5535 D. L. Morgan, sup't, req. for exp., H. of C, 1,500 00 
5J>.36 E. W. Cakes, sup't, req. for exp., state prison, 1,600 o*j 

22 5537 Joseph T. Stearns, bills of costs & fees. 2,655 06 

23 5538 V. P. Macutchan, 4 justice bills costs & returns, 20 41 
5530 S. R. Miller, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 19 55 
5.540 P. S. Scrlbner, 5 justice bills costs & returns, 35 48 
.5541 D. C. Spaulding. 2 justice bills costs & returns, 17 02 
5542 A. V. Wlswell, 5 justice bills costs & returns, 36 21 
.5543 H. M. Cornell, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 8 55 
5544 A. A. Nlles, 14 justice bills costs & returns, 124 15 

• 5545 Luke Potter, 14 justice bills costs & returns, 39 77 

5546 Thos. C. Cheney, fees, st. att'y. Ins. pan. hearings, 10 75 

5547 A. D. Robbins, Lamoille Co. sheriff's account, 430 90 
,9548 S. B. Waite, Lamoille Co. clerk's account, 269 17 

24 5549 Wilbur P. Davis, req.. court expenses, 3,000 00 
20 5550 E. F. Leavitt. treas., 32 fox bounties, Plainfield, 13 20 
28 5.551 O. P. Rny, req., court expenses, 4,500 00 



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L>ate. No. 



Name. 



For what. 



Aiiiouut. 



Aug. 28 5552 
5553 

5554 
5555 
5556 

30 5557 
5558 
5550 
5660 
5561 
5562 
5563 
5504 

31 5565 
5566 
5567 
5568 
5560 
5570 
5571 

Sept. 2 5572 
5573 
5574 
5575 

5576 
5577 
5578 
5570 

3 5580 
5581 
5582 
5583 
5584 
55a5 
5586 
5587 
5588 
5589 
5590 
5591 
5502 

4 5503 
5594 
5505 

7 6506 
5507 
5598 
5500 
5600 

5r,oi 

5602 
56a3 
6604 
5605 
5606 
5607 
5608 



S. W. Landon, state aid for free lib., Salisbury, $100 
F. W. Carpenter, treas., 01 fox bounties, 3 lynxes, 

Rupert, 69 

S. F. Hubbard, treas., 51 fox b'nties, Granville, 30 

E. E. Paul, treas., 7 fox bounties, Wells, 4 
William Lurvey, 1 cow killed, 18 
M. E, Smilie, req. for exp., Washington Co., 4,000 
J. H. Merrifleld, req. for exp., Windham Co., 2,250 
David E. Porter, salary as state's attorney, 400 
Geo. A. Weston, sal. & fees, st. att'y, Ins. pau.. 406 
Willard Farrington, counsel fee. Grand Isle Co., 36 
John C. Stearns, req. for exp., Vt. Sol. Home, 1,835 
H. D. Camp, ser. unsuccessful, search warrants, 15 
Arthur J. Dewey, P. M., pos. cMs for auditor's offi-, 5 
Henry R. Start, sal. & exp., judge sup. court, 846 
Loveland Munson, sal. & exp., judge sup. court, 812 
Russel S. Taft, sal. & exp., judge sup. court, 823 
John W. Rowell, sal. & exp., judge sup. court, 81G 
John H. Watson, sal. & exp., judge sup. court, 753 
H. B. Cushman, req., court expenses, 1,600 
W. H. GUmore, sal. & exp., adj. & Q. M. general, 375 

F. W. Pierce, app., St. N. Sch. No. 18, Acts 1000, 8,250 
Wendell P. Stafford, sal. & exp., judge sup. court, 866 
Jas. M. Tyler, sal. & exp., judge sup. court, 
C. H. Maxhani, ser. & exp. as trustee Vt. State 

Hospital for Insane, 
John L. Bacon, sal. & exp. as state treasurer, 
Vt. Watchman Co., print'g for sup't of education, 
W. B. C. Stickne"»' counsel fee. emp. by governor, 
M. O. Perkins, ser. & exp. as dir. St. P. & H. of C 
C. H. Stevens, 2 cows killed, 
H. S. Johnson, 40 cows killed, 
C. V. Richardson, 5 cows killed, 
Frank A. Hefflon, 1 cow killed, 
W. H. DuBois, adm'r, 26 cows killed, 

E. M. Goddard, sal. as ass't state librarian, 
Jonathan Ross, ser. & ex. as chair'n R. R. com'r, 163 

F. S. Piatt, sal. & exp. as insp. of finance, 330 
F. A. Rich, testing cattle, 286 
C. J. Bell, ser. & exp., Aaron Jones b'd agr., 
H. W. Spafford, fun. exp., etc., dec. vet, Rutland, 
St. Albans Messenger Co., printing & binding, 
F. A. Bagnall, ser. & exp., normal school com'r, 
S. A. Andrews, supt., req. for ex., Vt. ind. sch., 2,350 
Wheelock & Dawley, printing & binding, 321 
W. N. Piatt, treas., ptg under No. 48, acts 1000, 100 
Ernest Hitchcock, ser. & exp., mem. board agri., 20 
W. N. Piatt, treas., ac, ap. under 132, acts 1900, 1,000 
L. R. .Tones, ser. & exp. for board agr., 10 
H. C. Royce. ser. & exp. as member digest com'r, 88 
The Tuttle Co., ptg, reg. blanks postage, etc., 268 
C. L. Erwin, sor. & exp. as supervisor of Insane, 152 
E. Henry Powell, treas., experiment stat. exp., 3,198 
L. M. Greene, ser. & exp. as supervisor of insane, 119 
George S. Foster, ser. & exp. supervisor of insane, 153 
.Tohn N. Woodfin. ser. & exp. as prison com'r, 141> 
Opinion Pub. Co., printing for adjutant general, 44 
S. W. Laudon. exp. of members library com'r, 82 
Mrs. F. B. Howe, 7 cows killed, 122 



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Sept. 9 5(K)9 

5610 

10 5611 

11 5612 
5613 
5614 

13 5615 
5616 
5617 
5618 
5619 
5620 
5621 
5622 
5623 

14 5624 
5625 
5626 
5627 
5628 
5629 
5630 
5631 
5632 
5633 
5634 
5635 
5636 

16 6637 
5638 
5639 

17 5640 
5641 
5642 
5643 
5644 
5645 
5646 
5647 
5648 
5649 
5660 
5651 
5652 
5ft'>3 
5654 
6655 
5656 

18 50)57 
5658 
5659 
.^)6ri0 
5661 
5662 
5663 
5664 
5665 
5666 



C. E. Beaoh, com'r, fun. exp., etc., dec, vet, 

Burlington, $50 00 

E. A. Davis, ser. & ex., F. & G. com'r, sup. St. H., 187 85 
H. S. Bingham, ser. & exp. as R. R. eom'r, 272 15 
William W. Stlckney, sal. as governor, 375 00 
Fred A. Howland, sal. as sec. of St. Ins. com'r, 675 00 
Sarah H. Barstow, 2 cows killed, 40 00 
John G. Sargent atty fee, Windsor Co., 9 60 
Walter E. Ranger, sal. & exp. as supt education, 484 60 
Henrv I'atten, 11 cows killed, 209 00 
L. L. Whitney, 1 horse killed, 10 00 
Martin S. Vilas, 1 cow killed, 20 00 
Arthur C. A. Hall, 5 cows killed, 114 00 
George Miller, 1 cow killed. 12 50 
C. C. Bliss, 1 cow killed. 20 00 

F. E. Hayward, 1 cow killed, 16 25 
E. D. Ramsey, moiety under V. S. 4575, 10 00 
C. J. Bell, ser. & exp. member board agr., 330 57 
Zeb. Duell, 1 cow killed, 12 50 
W. H. Steams, 1 cow killed, 17 60 
.John D. Rogers, 13 cows killed, 237 25 
Geo. T. Stevenson, V. S., testing cattle, 6 00 
A. E. Atwood, V. S., testing cattle, 13 00 
John Thomas, D. V. S.. testing cattle, 119 68 
C. D. Wooding, D. V. S., testing cattle, 13 65 
Herman Phllipsen, V. S., testing cattle, 76 60 
Smest Hitchcock, ser. & exp. as cattle com'r, 62 96 

A. P. Needham, fun. ex., etc., dec. vet, Ferrisburg, 60 00 
S. B. Walte. clerk, court exp., 30 76 
Lavant M. Read, sal. & exp. as probate Judge, 384 90 
T. C. Phlnney, acct exp. as serg't-at-arms, 419 82 
Ghas. H. Darling, sal. as Judge municipal court, 160 00 
I. J. Warner, 6 Justice bills costs & returns, 67 66 
E. J. Kendall, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 6 91 

X. Canfleld, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 12 84 

S. Burrlngton, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 16 76 

E. Parsons, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 23 33 

Noi-wood, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 27 46 

I. .T. Warner, 22 Justice bills costs & returns, 216 27 

C. Williams, 3 Justice bills costs & returns, 28 75 

G. A. Boyd, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 12 34 
T. Shirtleff, 17 Justice bills costs & returns, 191 89 
N. Sawtell, 3 Justice bills costs & returns, 44 16 
J. Burdick, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 18 85 
WlUard, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 21 44 
V. B. Sargent 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 13 50 

W. Sflnborn, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 12 57 

E. W. Brown, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 8 50 
H. A, Gilfillan, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 23 80 
W. W. Planning, 6 Justice bills costs & returns, 71 82 
H. S. Goddard, 8 Justice bills costs & returns, 50 25 
C. C. Thompson, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 12 53 

B. J. Spauldlng, 3 Justice bills costs & returns, 45 24 

F. W. Marsh, 3 Justice bills costs & returns, 52 02 
T. O. Seaver, 3 Justice bills costs & returns, 59 30 
M. Hutchinson, req. exp., Vt St Hos. for Ins., 11,280 31) 
E. W. Cakes, req. exp., state prison, 1,800 00 
.T. E. Cushman. salary cornV st. taxes & clerk, 350 00 

C. H. Darling, 144 bills costs & returns, 2,120 06 

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Sept 20 5667 
5668 
5669 
21 5670 
5671 
5672 
5673 
5674 
5675 
r)676 

23 5677 

5678 

5679 
5680 
5681 
5682 
5683 

OOcHb 

5685 
5686 
5687 
5688 
5689 
5690 
5691 

24 5692 
5693 

25 5694 
5695 
5696 
5697 
5698 
5699 
5700 
5701 
5702 
5703 

27 5704 
5705 
5706 
5707 

5708 

28 5709 
5710 
5711 
5712 
5713 
5714 
5715 
5716 

30 5717 

5718 

5719 

Oct. 2 5720 

5721 



M. M. Wilson, attorney fees, 

J. K. Darling, attorney fees, 

J. K. Darling, attorney fees, 

J. M. Comstock, 4 bills costs & returns, 

W. H. Nichols, 2 bills costs & returns, 

J. A. Fowler, 2 bills costs & returns, 

B. F. Fuller, 1 bill costs & returns, 
H. K. Darling, attorney fee, Orange Co., 
F. I. Whitney, ac, sheriff & Jailer, Orange Co., 

C. S. Emery, clerk's acct.. Orange Co., 
C. Kogers, ser. & exp. as com-r. Jail delivery, 

Caledonia Co., 

C. A. Sylvester, ser. & exp., com'r Jail delivery, 
Caledonia Co., 

A. Worcester, ser. & exp., jail delivery, Cal. Co., 
A. Worcester, 47 justice bills costs & returns, 

E. W. Dutton, 2 justice bills costs & returns, 
T. A. Meader, 3 justice bills costs & returns, 

D. Bridgman, 4 Justice bills costs & returns, 
L. Letourneau, excess costs taxed by C. Rogers, 

j u®t i CO pe a ce, Oa ledonia Co . , 

C. Kogers, 9 justice bills costs & returns, 

D. D. Fairbauk, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 
A. F. Nichols, Caledonia Co. clerk's acct., 

D. E. Porter, fees as state's attorney, 

F. D. Thompson, attorney's fees, 
L. Siulloway, serv. req. under V. S., sec. 2956, 
L. Sulloway, Cal. Co. sheriff's & jailer's acct., 
W. P. Smith, Stat, etc., Caledonia probate dist., 
J. R. Pember, miscellaneous bills, 
A. J. Darrah, 7 justice bills costs & returns, 
W. C. Danforth, 1 justice bill costs & return?^, 
Will R. Adams, 3 Justice bills costs & returns, 
J. R. Pember, Windsor Co. clerk's account 

E. A. Thomas, Windsor Co. jailer's account, 
O. E. Taylor, ac. bill for b'd'g jur., Windsof Co., 
D. C. Jones, Windsor Co. sheriff's a<ict, 
L. H. Spaulding, 5 justice bills costs. & returns, 
H. C. Pease, 6 justice bills costs & returns, 
J. H. Klniry, ex. ser. 2 chan. subp., Windsor Co., 21 80 
H. B. Cushman, req. court exp., Orleans Co.. 1,200 CO 

Hubbard, req. court exp., Essex Co., 1,000 CO 



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110 00 


42 06 


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23 90 


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76 


45 


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496 


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79 


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112 


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19 


14 


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75 


13 


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48 


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121 


77 


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756 


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585 


42 


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G. L. Fletcher, attorney fee, 

M. D. L. Thompson, ptg bills costs, Burlington 

city court 
M. Shattuck, treas., b'nty. 22 foxes, 1 bear. Eden, 
H. Philipsen, 1 cow killed, 
S. A. Caswell & Son, 3 cows killed, 
O. M. Hudson, 1 horse killed, 
J. Fitzgerald, 1 cow killed, 

C. E. Bean, 1 cow killed, 
G. A. Goodrich & Son, 1 cow killed, 
H. Berger, 1 cow killed, 
W. G. Cooledge, 1 cow Idlled, 

Wynkoop Hallenbeck Crawford Co., misc. bills, 

D. L. Morgan, req. exp.. House of Correction, 
Fred Godfrey, serv. of certified warrant, 
H. B. Cushman, req. for court exp., Orleans Co., 
A. W. Kezer, pension, 



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Date. No. Name. For what. Amount. 

Oct 2 5722 P. Lander, pension, $30 00 

5723 M. G. Amsden, fun. exp., etc.. dec. vet, Reading, 50 00 

5724 B. H. Chadwick, 1 bull killed, 5 00 
5726 P. F. Holt, 2 cattle killed, 35 00 

5726 R. A. Slack, 1 cow killed, 12 50 

5727 S. H. Weston, cows killed, 167 00 

3 5728 E. Moseley, 1 cow killed, 19 00 

4 5729 .T. Nash, serv. cert, wan-ant, Bennington Co., 47 30 

5730 W. H. Bishop & Son, ptg, sta., etc., Essex Co. elk, 38 00 

5731 H. D. Ilolton. acct., state bM of health, 689 37 

5732 .T. W. R«»dmond, counsel fee, Orleans Co., 40 00 

5733 E. M. Harvey, serv. & exp. as elk of R. R. com'r, 410 39 

5734 Argus & Patriot Co., ptg, etc., for supt of edu., 92 08 

5735 C. W. Rock wood, attorney fee, 1 50 

5736 E. W. Wright, s*n-v. & exp. as Essex Co. exam'r, 110 82 

5737 S. B. Culley. testing cattle. 51 00 

5738 W. T. Pike, testing cattle, 6 00 

5739 G. Stephens, testing cattle, 77 09 

5740 .T. C. Parker, testing cattle. 36 95 

5741 J. L. Rathbone, testing cattle, 15 00 

5742 H. S. Burt app. for work, Sunderland H'hway, 1,000 00 

5 5743 W. N. Piatt acct., app. under 132, 1900, 1,500 00 

7 5744 Jonathan Ross, counsel fee. emp. by governor, 50 00 

5745 Bain & Pearce, ptg & bind, for Chittenden Co., 67 25 

5746 C. S. Dolan, 1 cow killed, 15 00 

5747 O. M, Barber, sal. & exp. as auditor. 575 61 

5748 S. A. Andrews, req. exp., Vt Ind. Sch., 1,775 00 

8 5749 C. P. Ranney & Co., ptg, etc., Orleans Co. clerk, 133 58 

5750 P. E. Miles, counsel fee under assignment, 10 00 

5751 E. A. Cook, counsel fee under assignment 10 00 

5752 E. A. Davis, serv. & exp. as supt. st. hatch.. Sep- 

tember, 1901. 319 01 

r>7.'»3 M. W. Bmce, wrv. req., Windsor Co., 7 00 

5754 J. M. Stone & Son, 1 cow killed, 17 50 

9 5755 E. M. Harvey, bal. acct. as clerk of R. R. com*r, 4 00 
5756 S. M. Flint moiety St. v Broulette, Burlington, 5 00 

10 5757 T C. Phlnney. acct. as serg't-at-arms, 822 07 

5758 P. D. Hale, serv. & exp. as state's atty, before 

R. R. com'r, 16 60 

5759 G. H. Perkins, ser. & exp. as curator of cabinet, 177 tW 

5760 W. E. Ranger, bal. exp. of summer schools, 174 47 

11 5761 W. Sparrow, 1 Justice bill costs & returns. 21 80 

5762 Vt. Watchman Co., printing for adj't general, 2 50 

5763 St Albans Mes. Co., ptg. for sec. Nor. Sch. com*r, 20 62 

5764 H. S. Tolman, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 22 22 

5765 A. Wesson, treas., bounty on .55 foxes, Lamoille, 33 00 

5766 F. A. DeWitt treas., bounty on 38 foxes, 1 lynx, 

Newfane, 27 80 

12 5767 D. S. Conant. exp. as state's att'y. Orange Co., 46 82 
14 5768 T. C. .Tones, counsel fee under assignment. 35 00 

5769 .T. O. Bellrose, ser. & exp. as sec. b'd pharmacy, 114 Ti! 

5770 A. L. Dutcher, ser. & exp. as mem. b'd pharmacy, 52 71 

5771 L. M. Read. ser. & exp. as R. R. com'r, 106 4.' 

5772 E. McCollom, 2 justice bills costs & returns. 22 80 

5773 F. Cummings, 4 cows killed. 65 00 

5774 H. S. Willson. ser. & exp. under V. S., sec. 5396, 55 on 

5775 W. W. Stickney, sal. as com'r state beneficiaries, 50 00 

5776 W. W. Stickney. bal. executive's account, 878 03 

5777 H. A. Harmon, court exp.. Rutland Co., 2,000 00 



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Oct 14 5778 E. C. Fish, service of certified waiTBDt, $14 10 

17 5779 H. K. Darling, post, acct., state's att'y, Orange Co., 6 00 

18 5780 D. I.. Morgan, req. exp., House of Cor., 1.200 00 
5781 E. W. Oakes, req. exp., state prison, 2,000 (K> 
57S2 M. L. Whitney, treas., b*nty on 45 foxes, Stamford, 27 OO 
5788 H. L. Chaffee, fun. exp., etc., dec. vet, Berli:shire, 42 2r> 

5784 M. Hutchinson, i-eq. exp., Vt St Hos. for Ins., 9,861 i)9 

5785 G. L. Rice, counsel fee, Rutland Co., 25 00 
5780 J. E. Weeks, ser. & exp. as trustee Indus. Sch., 54 70 
5787 C. Peek, approp. for Autletam battle monument, 98 47 

21 5788 A. T. Woodward, ser. & exp., probation officer, 30 98 

24 5789 S. W. Flinn, counsel fee, Franklin Co., 20 OO 

5790 E. M. Pond, performing autopsy, Rutland Co., 25 00 

5791 H. J. Shanley, ptg. & stat., Chittenden Co. clerk, 53 61 

5792 H. L. Skeels, salary as executive clerk, 200 04> 

5793 St. Albans Messenger Co., ptg. & sta. for gov'r, 37 82 

25 5794 St Albans Messenger Co., ptg. & bind, doc, 190 55 
5795 E. H. Crane, ptg. & mailing proclamation for gov., 37 16 
57^M} E. S. Whittaker, ser. & exp. under V. S. sec. 5396, 30 OO 

5797 Taylor & Dutton, counsel fee under assignment, 44 .">() 

5798 A. F. Schwenk, counsel fee, Windham Co., 52 iK) 
57j>9 T. C. I'hlnney. ser. & exp. as jau'r of St. House, 149 541 
.">8<H) H. Wells, allowance under No. 73, Acts of 1900, 120 .50 
5^X)1 T. O. Seaver, 3 Justice bills costs & returns, . 150 tk> 

2() ."»802 J. B. Donoway, bill as st. att'y, ins. pau. hear., 20 55 

28 5803 J. C. Stearns, U. S. aid for Vt. Soldiers' Home, 1.216 OO 
.'8(>4 II. K. Darling, exp. as mem. b'd of bar exam'rs, 11 70 
r.S(r) Art MetaJ Con. Co., equip, vault sec. of state, 1.354 (XI 
.■VSOO 1). S. Conant, postage acct as state's att'y, 4 OO 

29 5807 II. Ballard, counsel fee, Chittenden Co., 30 00 
.>808 M. H. Graves, 1 cow killed. 5 (W) 

30 5809 F. C. Dyer, officer fees, Addison Co., 50 84 

31 5810 H. A. Huse, Vj approp. for pur. books, state lib., 400 fH) 
5811 W. Farrington, exp. as mem. b'd of bar exam'rs, 9 85 

Nov. 4 5812 T. C. Phinney, acct. as serg't-at-arms, 185 71 

5 5813 S. A. Andrews, est exp., Vt Indus. School, 1,950 CK) 

5814 H. D. Ilolton, acct., exp. of Bact. Laboratory. 2,257 tV^ 

5815 C. Blakeley, sor. & exp. as mem. b'd of pharmacy, 73 (>4 
.5816 D. .lonea, 2 cows killed, 23 75 

5817 G. B. Trask, 3 Justice bills costs & returns, 50 70 

5818 C. C. Dunn, 1 justice bill costs and returns, 16 02 

5819 E. P. Shores, 1 justiet* bill (*osts and returns, 11 78 

6 5820 F. E. Prlchard, ser. & exp. as Orange Co. exam'r, 603 18 
5821 U. L. Comings, 8 Justice bills costs and returns, 141 90 

7 5822 A. C. Sleeper, acct prob. officer, Orleans Co., 24 OO 

8 5823 E. P. Church, 6 Justice bills costs and returns, 68 65 
5824 H. S. Tolman, 3 Justice bills costs and returns, 46 07 
.'825 R. Kingsley, 1 Justice bill costs and returns, 31 8i> 
.5820 I. T. Patterson, 3 Justice bills costs and returns, 70 9e 

5827 H. B. Cushman. 25 justice bills costs and returns, 366 04 

5828 N. S. Rogers, 8 justice bills costs and returns. 117 04 
.5829 E. L. Miller, 16 justice bills costs and returns, 151 84 
.58.S0 H. B. Cushman. acct., Orleans Co. clerk, 435 31 
5831 L. D. Miles, sheriff & jailer's acct, Orleans Co., 1,458 71 
.^S32 F. E. Alfred, stamps & sta.. Orleans prob. dlst, 32 H 
.5833 II. B. Parkhurst. 2 justice bills costs and returns, 83 S5 
58,'i4 H. F. Graham, fees as state's attorney. 7 50 
.58,^5 .T. W. Redmond, attorney fees, Orleans Co., 8 75 
5830 J. W. Redmond, exp. as member b'd for bar ex., 1^1 OO 



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Nov. 8 5837 A. W. Farman, attorney fee, Orleans Co., $12 70 

5838 H. C. Libbey, offi. fees unsuccessful, search war., 6 50 

6839 B. N. Chase, offi. fees unsuccessful, search war., 5 60 

9 5840 S. B. Powers, 6 justice bills costs & returns, 60 51 

5841 I. H. Quimby, jailer's acct., Essex Co., 55 00 

5842 G. A. Hubbard, clerk's acct., Essex Co., 150 57 
13 5843 A. W. Higgins, serv. exp. as mem. b'd of phar., 39 25 

5844 C. 6. Austin, counsel fee under assignment, 10 00 

5845 W. N. Piatt, ac, app. under No. 132, acts 1900, 2,000 00 

5846 Mass. School for Feeble-Minded, b'd & tuition, 600 00 

5847 St. Albans Messenger Co., ptg & binding, doc. 

Grand Isle Co., 42 55 

5848 E. L. Hlldreth & Co., sta. for Col. Estey, V. N. G., 152 00 

5849 J. T. Stearns, 132 bills costs & fees, Burling- 

ton city court. 2,397 21 

18 5850 E. A. Davis, exp. state hatchery, 364 42 

5851 S. W. Landon, acct, app. under No. 32, acts 1900, 146 48 

5852 M. F. Allen, serv. & exp. as mem. b'd of visitors, 63 55 

5853 H. J. Shanley & Co., ptg & sta., com'r, st. taxes, 52 49 

5854 M. D. L. Thompson, ptg, etc., for Chit. Co. elk, 40 50 

5855 Wheelock & Dawley, ptg & bind, doc, sup. ct., 192 45 
20 6856 F. H. Button, exp. as mem. b'd of bar exam'rs, 8 25 

5857 S. B. Waite, court exp.. Lamoille Co., 2,500 00 

5868 O. P. Moore, 1 bill costs, 4 34 

22 5869 A. L. Thompson, 37 justice bills costs & returns, 511 33 

5860 D. W. Steele, ptg & sta., fees 7 ins. pau. cases, 80 90 

5861 F. S. Tupper, attorney fee, Franklin Co., 18 00 

5862 C. P. Hogan, serv. & exp., prob. offl., Franklin Co. 48 25 

23 5863 J. M. Thome, 130 bills costs & returns, 2,210 27 
5804 J. Kearney, 71 justice bills costs & returns, 1,202 35 

5865 B. H. Fuller, 8 justice bills costs & returns, 179 74 

5866 J. L. Dulin^, 8 justice bills costs & returns, 148 12 

5867 W. H. Morey. 7 juctice bills costs & returns, 85 79 

5868 M. E. Barr, 2 justice bills costs & returns, 28 40 

5869 W. A. Naramen, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 24 75 

5870 E. H. Beale, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 7 63 

5871 G. S. Stebbins, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 17 15 

5872 W. H. McAllester. 3 justice bills costs & returns, 46 04 

5873 Ida A. Hall, admx. 30 jus. bills costs & returns, 456 19 

5874 B. F. Kelley, jailer's acct., Franklin Co., 1, 597 92 
25 5875 A. E. Cudworth, exp. as bar examiner, 16 43 
30 5876 E. H. Powell, income agricultural college fund, 7,066 00 

5877 D. L. Morgan, sup't, req. exp., House of Cor., 1,500 00 

5878 S. A. Andrews, sup't, req. exp., Vt. Indus. Sch., 1.850 00 

5879 M.Hutchinson, sup't, req. exp., ^-t. St. H. of In., 7,000 00 

5880 E. W. Oakes, sup't, req. for exp., state prison, 3,000 00 
Doc. 2 5881 L. Munson, sal. & exp., judge supreme court, 963 23 

5882 W. P. Stafford, sal. & exp., judge sup. court, 896 66 

5883 J. W. Howell, sal. & exp., judge supreme court, 837 16 

5884 R. S. Taft sal. & exp.. Judge supreme court. 805 50 

5885 H. R. Start, sal. & exp., judge supreme court, 900 53 

5886 W. W. Stickney, salary as governor, 375 00 

5887 A. F. Nichols, req. for court expenses, 2,000 00 

5888 .T. R. Pember, req. for court expenses. 2,000 00 

5889 E. A. Shaw, appropriaUon, Norwich Univ., 1,200 00 

5890 E. M. Goddard, salary, ass't state librarian. 250 00 

5891 J. L. Bacon, salary, state treas.. & ins. com'r. 675 00 

5892 H. G. Barber, counsel fee, Windham Co., 50 00 

5893 R. C. Bacon, counsel fee, Windham Co., 64 00 



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Dec. 2 58i« C. C. Fitta, counsel fees, Windham Co., $61 50 

5805 D. W. Steele, salary, state att'y, Franklin Co., 600 00 

5890 C. S. Emery, req. court exp., Orange Co., 1,500 00 

3 5897 H. A. Huse, salary, state librarian, 175 00 
6898 W. H. Gilmore, sal., adj. & Q. M. gen. & clerk, 375 00 
5899 J. C. Stearns, U. S. aid for Vt. Soldiers' Home, 891 29 
6900 J. B. Cushman, sal., com'r st. taxes & clerk, 360 00 

5901 F. I. Whitney, bal. fet»s sorv. subp., Orange Co., 1 88 

5902 C. F. Johnson, 5 cows killed, 80 00 

5903 H. Patten, 1 cow killed, 20 00 
5}K)4 J. lender, 26 cattle killed, 416 00 

5905 J. Keefe, 6 cows killed, 94 75 

5906 F. Freeman, 1 cow killed, 15 00 

5907 H. V. Emmons. 2 cows killed, 36 50 

5908 H. C. Smith, 2 cows killed, 30 00 

5909 R. Hawkins, 2 cows killed, 37 50 

5910 E. A. Gillette, 5 cows killed, 77 50 

5911 C. J. & C. S. Wright, 11 cattle killed, 157 50 

5912 F. H. Wheeler, 1 horse killed. 10 00 

5913 The Keplster Co., print'g, etc., for Addison Co., 74 37 
5814 E. J. Matthews, ser. & exp. as Add. Co. com*r, 70 15 

5915 J. Ross, ser. & exp. as chairman R. R. comrs, 164 87 

5916 C. P. Tarl>ell. salary, state att*y, Windsor Co., 650 00 

5917 J. B. Hollister, fun. exp., etc., dec. vet, Rutland, 47 07 

5918 H. W. Spafford, fun. exp., etc., dec. vet., Rutland, 95 00 

5919 G. A. Miller, testing cattle. 33 67 

5920 C. D. Wooding, testing cattle, 15 00 

5921 G. W. Ward, testing cattle, 26 00 

5922 O. D. Mathewson, ser. & exp., Wash. Co. exam'r, 140 65 

5923 F. A. Howland, sal., sec. state & ins. com'r, 675 00 

5924 C. H. Maxham, ser. & exp. as trus. Ins. Hosp., 76 49 

4 5025 F. A. Bagnall, ser. & exp. as Nor. Sch. com'r, 83 47 

5926 A. J. Dewey, postal supplies, auditor's office, 54 40 

5927 G. E. Lawrence, salarj^ as state's att'y. Rut. Co., 750 00 

5928 H. W. Burgess, testing cattle, 12 95 

5929 M. O. Perkins, ser. & exp. as dir. St. P. & H. of C, 29 22 

5930 F. S. Piatt, sal. & exp., inspector of finance, 361 24 

5931 J. M. Tyler, sal. & exp., judge supreme court, 852 12 

5 5932 J. H. Watson, sal. & exp., judge supreme court, 833 64 
7 5933 J. C. Stearns, req. exp., Vt. Soldiers' Home, 1,615 00 

5934 H. T. Cushman, account under No. 289, 1894, 143 82 

9 5935 E. C. Bennett, clerical services, Auditor's office, 199 97 

5936 Bessie M. Sibley, clerical services. Auditor's office, 99 83 

5937 D. S. Conant, salary, st. atty. Orange Co., 400 00 

5938 F. I. Whitney, sheriff's acct.. Orange Co., 5 40 

5939 E. L. Ingalls, ser. & exp. as Lamoille Co. exam*r, 130 12 

10 5940 F. D. Hale, salary, st. atty, Essex Co., 200 00 

5941 W. H. Gilmore, req. exp., quartermaster-gen., 2,720 00 

5942 H. C. Royce, ser. & exp. as mem. digest com., 127 47 

5943 D. Worcester, ser. & ex., Washington Co. com'r, 100 00 
6944 C. J. Bell, ser. & exp., sec'y b'd agr. & cat com*r, 517 62 

5945 M. F. Eastman, ser. & exp., Rutland Co. com'r, 99 47 

5946 B. C. Mower, salary, st. atty, Chittenden Co., 764 29 

11 5947 S. M. Snow, fun. exp., etc., dec. vet., Royalton, 50 00 

5948 W. N. Piatt, ser. & exp. as trus. st. hosp. for in., 184 26 

5949 The Caledonian Co., printing & binding doc, 81 75 

5950 M. E. Smilie, req. exp., Washington Co., 4,000 00 

5951 F. W. Pierce, ser. & exp. as normal sch. com'r, 156 16 

5952 G. S. Foster, ser. & exp. as supervisor of insane, 121 50 



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Date. No. Name. For what. Amount. 



Dec. 11 5053 O. L. Erwin, ser. & exp. as supervisor of insane, $129 88 

5964 L. M. Greene, ser. & exp. as supervisor of insane, 88 79 

5955 Z. H. Allbee, ser. & ex. as dir., st. pris. & H. of C, 41 S4 

5956 Minnie C. Fisher, app. state beneficiary, 9 60 

5957 Wheelock & Dawley, printing & binding doc, 89 73 

5958 H. S. Bingham, ser. & exp. as R. R. com'r, 136 15 

5959 F. D. Proctor, ser. & exp. as mem. b'd of visitors, 19 88 

5960 E. M. Harvey, ser., exp. & dlsb., cll£, R. R. com'r, 272 69 

5961 W. H. Taylor, ser. & ex. as Caledonia Co. exam'r, 206 33 

12 5962 E. A. Davis, exp. of state hatchery, 128 53 

5963 6. A. Miller, testing cattle, 99 00 

5964 J. E. Parker, testing cattle, 76 85 

5965 J. S. Button, testing cattle, 15 06 

5966 A. B. Culley, testing cattle, 20 00 

5967 S. W. Flinn, 1 bill costs & return, 24 37 

13 5968 W. E. Ranger, sal., exp. & disb., supt. of educ, 827 51 

5969 G. A. Weston, sal. & exp., st. atty, Windham Co., 453 26 

5970 R. A. Hoar, sal. & exp., st. atty, Washington Co., 658 80 

5971 1). E. Porter, sal. & exp., st atty, Caledonia Co., 400 00 

16 5972 J. A. Fletcher, app., Middlebury college, 1,200 00 

5973 E. C. Mower, fees as st. atty, insane pau. cases, 

Chittenden Co., 60 00 

5974 G. E. Lawrence, fees as st. atty, insane pau. 

cases, Rutland Co., 86 66 

17 5975 L. M. Read, ser. & exp. as R. R. com*r, 127 13 

5976 H. D. Ryder, ser. & exp. as Windham Co. exam'r, 193 47 

5977 M. W. Wheelock, ptg. & bind, doc., Caledonia Co., 9 00 

5978 F. B. Thomas, counsel fee, Washington Co., 10 00 

18 5979 F. Plumley, counsel fee, supreme court, • 272 23 

5980 E. Hitchcock, ser. & exp. as cattle com'r, 174 89 

5981 B. M. Flint, testing cattle, 45 00 

5982 J. Thomas, testing cattle, 95 76 

5983 D. H. Udall, testing cattle, 26 00 

5984 H. D. Holton, ser. & exp., mem. b'd of health, 602 37 

19 5985 The Tuttle Co., miscellaneous bills, 752 81 

5986 R. W. Hulburd, sal., ser. & exp., tnis., Indus, sch., 246 68 

5987 T. C. Phlnney or admr, acct. as serg't-at-arms, 372 91 

5988 A. Russell, acct as Jailer, Bennington Co., 92 45 

5989 H. F. Graham, sal. & exp., st. atty, Orleans Co., 415 59 

5990 Union Card Co., print, etc., for sec'y St., adj. gen., 23 81 

20 5991 A. Tatro, 10 cows killed, 206 00 

5992 Wesley Metcalf , 21 cows klUed, 332 00 

5993 J. A. Elrlck, 6 cattle killed, 75 00 

5994 J. J. Prescott, 1 cow killed, 15 00 

5995 Streeter & Delhanty, 2 oxen killed, 40 00 

5996 D. H. George, 6 head cattle killed, 75 00 

5997 M. V. WUlard, 30 head cattle killed, 510 00 

5998 W. E. Allbee. 16 head cattle killed, 221 50 

5999 H. C. Dyke, 2 cows klUed, 27 50 

21 6000 J. C. Stearns, req. exp. for Soldiers' Home, 1,540 00 

6001 C. G. Austin, counsel fee, Franklin Oo., 30 00 

6002 J. O. Spring, ser. & exp. as Windham Co. com'r, 51 00 

6003 C. S. Forbes, bal. app. under No. 133, acts 1900, 171 75 

6004 E Henry Powell, feeding stuffs, insp. exp., 286 05 

6005 B. F. Kelley, sheriff's acct., Franklin Co., 1,046 97 
23 6006 C. H. Williams, counsel fee, Windham Co., 10 00 

6007 H. M. Blake, ser. & exp. as Essex Co. exam'r, 19 91 

6008 L. E. Man in. ser. & exp. as Grand Isle Co. exam'r, 53 06 

6009 W. H. Bliss, counsel fee, Addison Co., 30 00 



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Date. No. Name. For what. Amount. 

Dec. 23 6010 D. S. Conant, exp. as state's atty, Orange Co., $18 49 

6011 F. D. Hale, ser. & ex. as state's atty, Essex Co., 15 35 

6012 A. Gosher, 20 justice bills costs & returns, 213 32 

6013 W. M. llo«H, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 7 80 

6014 J. Ilandall, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 19 66 
(lOir) J. I). S. Packc-r, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 36 35 

6016 F. L. Graves, 19 Justice bills costs & returns, 222 87 

6017 B. F. Kelley, unsuccessful search war., llq. cases, 94 60 

6018 K. Wain Wright, req. for court expenses, 1,000 00 
24 6019 C. L. Howe, 142 biUs of costs & returns, 1,937 92 

6020 D. P. Peabody, sheriflf acct., Rutland Co., 542 46 

6021 C. W. Briggs, 23 Justice bills costs & returns, 255 01 

6022 E. W. Oakes, supt, req. for exp., Vt. St Prison, 2,500 00 

6023 M. Hutchinson, supt., req. for ex., Vt. St. Hosp. 

for Insane, 8,907 59 

28 6024 C. N. Powers, fun. exp., etc., dec. vet., Bennington, 50 00 

6025 H. E. Rustedt, ser. & exp. as I^Yanklin Co. ex. & 

library com*r, 131 55 

6026 C. P. Tarbell, fees, exp. & det. ser., Windsor Co., 185 55 

6027 D. L. Morgan, supt., req. for exp. H. of C, 1,700 00 

6028 Olin N. Renfrew, 2 cows killed, 17 50 

6029 bawrence Hayes, 1 cow killed 17 50 

6030 Geo. Wllkins, 2 cows killed, 25 00 

6031 Chester H. Steele, 4 cattle killed, 76 25 

6032 H. E. Bates, 1 cow killed, 6 00 

6033 John A. Mead, 18 cattle killed, 350 00 

6034 Thos. Redmond, 1 cow killed, 16 00 

6035 F. W. Pierce, 3 cows killed, 52 50 
ao:S6 Isham T«lc<>tt, 20 cattle killed 330 00 
6a^7 J. P. Patten, 8 cattle killed. 101 25 

30 6038 T,. Hendrick, 8 cattle killed, 97 50 
GOaQ E, L. Bart)er, 19 cattle killed, 243 50 
6040 John Farrell, 9 cattle killed, 100 00 
BOil H. H. Wheeler, 2 cows killed, 35 00 

6042 Frank Talcott, 10 cattle killed, 129 00 

6043 Clarence Whitcomb, 8 cattle killed, 99 00 
6()44 M. R. Lrfiwrence, 1 cow killed, 15 00 

6045 Chas. C. Kinsman, 10 cattle killed. 132 50 

6046 S. W. Landon, exp. lib. com'rs, ac. trav. libraries, 105 65 

6047 Rufus Walnwrlght, req. ct. exp., Addison Co., 1,400 00 

6048 Chas. C. Gllmore, ser. & exp., Franklin Co. com'r. 93 60 

6049 Jno. W. Titcomb, ser. & exp.. Fish & Game com'r, 281 02 

6050 E. A. Davis, ser. & exp.. Fish & Game com'r, 105 61 

6051 J. O. Sanford, ser. & exp., state highway com'r, 252 43 

6052 G«o. Aitken, ser. & exp., cattle com'r, 79 76 

6053 Hale K. Darling, ser. & exp., st. att*y ins. paup. fees, 7 75 

6054 Robert Weir, V. S., testing cattle, 15 75 

6055 Geo. Stephens, V. S., testing cattle, 137 18 

31 6066 E. C. White, sal. & exp., prob. J., Dist. Lamoille, 328 01 

6057 Walter P. Smith, sal., prob. Judge, Dist. Caledonia, 450 00 

6058 W. B. Edgerton, sal. & ex., prob. J., Dist Man'ter, 309 06 

6059 Thos. C. Robins, sal., prob. Judge, Dist Rutland, 500 00 

6060 Wm. H. Bliss, sal. & ex., prob. J., Dist Addison, 337 00 

6061 Wm. H. Bliss, sal. & ex., prob. J., Dist. Addison, 338 46 

6062 Otis N. Kelton, sal. & ex., prob. J., Dist. Franklin, 644 10 

6063 P. E. Alfred, sal., prob. Judge, Dist Orleans, 450 00 

6064 S. M. Gleason, sal. & ex., prob. J., Dist Bedford, 357 34 

6065 J. V. Carney, sal. & ex., prob. J., Dist Bennington, 336 85 

6066 Robert Chase, sal., prob. Judge, Dist. Essex, 200 00 



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Tate. No. Name. For what. Amount. 

Dec. 31 6067 Henry L. Clark, sal, pro. judge, Dlat. Fairhaven, $300 00 

6068 Wm. Haynes, sal. & ex., prob. j., Dist. Grand Isle, 157 45 

6069 E. L. Waterman, sal., prob. judge, Dlst. Marlboro, 400 00 

6070 T. O. Seaver, sal., prob. judge, Dist. Hartford, 450 00 

6071 Hiram Carleton, sal. & ex., prob. j., Dist. Wash., 742 41 

6072 Wm. H. Nichols, sal. & ex., pro. J., Dist. Randolph, 337 20 

6073 M. A. Bingham, sal. & ex, prob. judge, Dist. Chit., 713 61 

6074 Lravant M. Read, sal. & ex., prob. j., Dist W'min'r, 354 25 
1902. 

Jan. 1 6075 John M. Thorne, sal., judge city ct, St. Albans, 300 00 

6076 John W. Gordon, counsel fee. Waah. Co., 10 00 

6077 Geo. H. Perkins, ser. & exp., state geol. & cur- 

ator of cabinet, 841 37 

6078 W. P. Abbott, ser. & exp., Rutland Co. exam'r, 214 56 

6079 Frank P. Davison, ser. & exp., Benn. Co. exam'r, 208 30 

6080 E. G. Baldwin, ser. & exp., Orleans Co. exam'r, 208 01 

2 6081 Thos. Reeves, Chittenden Co. sheriff's acc*t, 1,791 70 

6082 Thos. Reeves, mkg. 56 unsuc'ful search llq. wts., 117 60 

6083 E. W. Peck, exp., acct. Chit Co. court house, 332 82 

6084 O. P. Ray, clerk's acct, Chittenden Co., 925 80 

3 6085 W. H. Gllmore, acct quartermaster general, 2,000 00 

4 6086 W. W. HIgbee, 2 justice bills of costs & returns, 13 92 
6067 Henry A. Bixby, 2 justice bills of costs & returns, 10 90 

6088 H. H. Fuller, 3 Justice bills of costs & returns, 27 14 

6089 T. W. Sibley, 4 justice bills of costs & returns, 49 19 

6090 Geo. W. DebervIUe, 36 just bills of costs & rets., 392 46 

6 6091 Orion M. Barber, sal. & exp. as auditor of acc'ts, 534 97 
6092 S. B. Lrawton, ac. ins. poor, Brattleboro Ret., 17,935 49 

7 6098 W. H. Bliss, counsel fee, Addison Co., 60 00 

6094 Hiram A. Huse, bal. app. for books, state library, 400 00 

6095 Chas. C. Gilmore, acc't Swanton Hatchery. 220 39 

6096 Geo. L. Hasseltine, counsel fee, Addison Co., 40 00 

6097 T. R. Stiles, req. exp. for Bact Lab., 2,000 00 

6098 Andrew Maurer, sta., auditor's office & probate 

court Bennington, 12 00 

6099 John W. Titcomb, ser. & exp., F. & G. com'r. 94 34 

6100 E. A. Shaw, approp'n, Norwich University. 1,800 00 

6101 Clarke C. Fitts, counsel fee for board health, 20 00 

6102 Gilbert A. Davis, counsel fee. Windsor Co., 85 00 

6103 Andrew W. Kezer, pension due, 30 00 

6104 Peter Lander, pension due, 30 00 

6105 Alpha Messer, app., Map. S. Ass'n. V. S., sec. 254, 500 00 

6106 H. Dressel, ser. & exp., Windsor Co. exam'r, 197 20 

6107 John B. Allen, ser. & exp., Chit Co. exam'r, 185 31 

8 6108 Perry & Keeseman, printing, state auditor, 

county clerk & probate judge, 162 00 

6109 E. A. Hasseltine, sal. & exp.. probate judge, 344 15 

6110 Frank A. Walker, salary, probate judge, 400 00 

6111 Frank A. Walker, salary, probate judge, 400 00 

6112 H. PhlUpsen, testing cattle, 63 70 

6113 S. A. Andrews, sup't req. for exp., Vtlnd. Sch., 1,850 00 
11 6114 D. B. I^slie, ser. & exp., Caledonia Co. exam'r, 45 00 

6115 J. J. Shakshober. salary, state's attorney, 400 00 

6116 Hobart J. Shanley & Co., ptg. & sta., county cl'k, 108 34 

6117 Elisha May, ser. & exp., probation officer, 18 75 

6118 J. L. Collins, sal. & exp., state's att'y, 115 00 

6119 O. P. Knight, req. for court exp.. Grand Isle, 400 00 

6120 Guy Lamson, 1 cow killed, 4 50 

6121 George N. Cooper. 1 ox killed, 20 00 

6122 John Whitcomb, 10 cattle killed, 119 25 



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No. 



Name. 



For what. 



Amount. 



Jan. 11 6123 
6124 
6125 
6126 
6127 
6128 
6129 
6130 
6131 
6132 
6133 
6134 
6135 
6136 
6137 
6138 
6139 
6140 
6141 
6142 
6143 

6144 
6145 

14 6146 
6147 
6148 
6149 
6150 
6151 
6152 
6153 

15 6154 
6155 
6156 
6157 
6158 
6159 
6160 

16 6161 
6162 
6163 
6164 
6105 
6166 
6167 

17 6168 

6169 
6170 
6171 
6172 
6173 

18 6174 
6175 
6176 
6177 
6178 
6179 



W. M. Barber, 14 cattle killed, $176 

Homei' Isbam, 1 cow killed, 32 

R. J. WbaUey, 1 cow killed, 17 

C. W. Brownell, 4 cattie killed, 88 
Hosea Wright, 32 cattle killed, 452 
Chas. Peck, 2 cows killed, 30 
James II. Hutchinson, 26 cattle killed, 423 
Ernest Hansman, 11 cattle killed, 172 
Addison Isham, 15 cattle killed, 268 
Chas. Bennett, 1 cow killed, 15 
Peter Bolio. 1 cow killed, 15 
J. W. Harris, 2 cows killed, 37 

E. C. Fay, 23 cattle killed, 222 
Murray Love, 4 cows killed, 68 
Frank Robinson. 2 cattle killed, 18 
Mrs. Elizabeth Metcalf, 14 catUe killed, 199 
H. H. Wheeler, 2 cows killed, 26 
M. H. Gnives, 1 cow killed, 17 
Dr. J. B. Hall, 20 cows killed, 375 
George W. Taft, 3 cattle killed, 42 

F. Howes & Co., assigned claim A. Beadley, 16 
cows killed, 252 

S. A. George, cattle killed, self & A. V. George, 480 
Thos. E. Boyce, ser. & exp.. county exam'r, 167 

James W. Brock, acc't. serg't-at-arms, 218 

P. W. Strong, appr'n, Vt. Dairymen's Ass'n, 1,000 
Walter E. Howard, ser. & exp.. Nor. Sch. com'r, 122 
W. D. Hall, ser. & exp., county com*r., 100 

S. B. Waite, req. for court exp., 500 

M. Hutchinson, req. for exp., Vt. St. H. for Ins., 8,961 
Chas. Batchelder, counsel fee, Windsor Co., 20 

Mass. Sch. for Feeble-Minded, b'd & tui., Vt. benf., 600 
L. W. Ballou, unsuc. search & seizure warrants, 28 
Bain & Pearce, making dockets for Chit. Co. cl'k, 10 
W. A. ViaJl, ser. & exp., county com'r, 98 

O. A. Proctor, 4 justice bills costs & returns, 28 

J. G. Pitkin, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 11 

D. F. Carmody, 2 justice bills costs & returns, 20 
T. II. Kett, 5 justice bills costs & returns, 68 

E. C. Fish, ser. & exp., req. for James Fitzgerald, 18 

G. P. Phalen, serving certified warrant, 13 

D. P. Peabody, bal. sheriff's acct, 69 

E. C. Fish, 5 unsuccessful search & seiz. liq. war., 11 
E. S. Whittaker, 13 unsuc. search & seiz. war'ts, 27 

D. P. Peabody, 2 unsuc. search & seiz. war'ts, 2 
H. A. Harman, clerk's account, Rutland Co., 646 
Theo. E. Hopkins, ser. for sts. atty. ins. pau. 

case, Chittenden Co., 5 

E. L. HUdreth & Co., ptg. Q. M. general, 13 
Arthur G. Whitham. ser. as elk before grand jury, 55 
Newman Weeks, 3 justice bills costs and returns, 55 
J. D. S. Packer, 2 additional justice bills of costs, 62 
J. G. Sargent, sal. as sec'y, C. & M. aff's. 200 

F. E. Rowell, ptg. & sta., Co. elk, Caledonia Co., 98 
W. N. Cady, fun. exp., etc., dec. vet., Middlebury, 37 
E. A. Davis, ser. & exp., F. & G. com'r & St. H., 334 
Robert West, fun. exp., etc., dec. vet., Fairhaven, 50 
Ernest Hitchcock, ser. & exp., mem. b'd agr., 53 
LaRoy South worth, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 19 



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Date. No. Name. For what. Amount. 

Jan. 20 6180 ThoB. C. Cheney, sal., st atty, Lamoille Co., *250 00 

6181 H. J. Huntoon, moiety under fish & game law, 13 00 

21 6182 R. J. Huntoon, moiety under fish & game law, 5 00 
6183 J. R. Pember, req. for court exp., Windsor Co., 3,000 00 

22 6184 H. W. Burnham, bounty on 12 foxes, 7 20 
6185 W. B. Glynn, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 22 40 
6166 J. H. M^rrifield, 1 justice biU costs & returns, 16 54 

6187 Harlan Phelps, 3 justice bills costs & returns, 24 55 

6188 A. J. Martin, 2 justice bills costs & returns, 59 71 

6189 D. W. Yeau, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 7 65 

6190 C. H. Williams, 23 justice bills costs & retuma, 444 36 

6191 W. S. Newton, 55 justice bills costs & returns, 545 24 

6192 H. D. Ryder, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 19 05 

6193 Wynkoop Hallenbeck Crawford Co., acct. pub. 

printing, 4,000 00 

6194 D. L. Morgan, req. for exp.. House of Cor., 1,700 00 

6195 E. W. Oakes, req. for exp., state prison, 2,200 00 
25 6196 C. S. Chase, 4 justice bills of costs & returns, 67 66 

6197 A. W'. J. Welkins, sheriff^s acct., Windham Co., 649 01 

6198 T. J. B. Cudworih, 3 justice bills costs & returns, 68 47 
6190 W. S. Newton, 5 justice bills costs & returns, 102 50 
6200 John Merrifield. county clerk's acct, 764 19 

29 6201 J. C. Stearns, U. S. Aid Vt. Soldiers' Home, 1,420 50 
6202 E. C. Smith, 6 head cattie killed, 80 00 

30 6203 Vt. Watchman Co., ptg for supt of edu., 14 85 
6204 Fred N. Whitney, ptg for sec'y of state. 5 75 

31 6206 Wm. W. Stickney, portrait, gen. Liscom, under 

No. 323, 1900, 500 00 

6206 H. B. Cushman, clerk's acct, 200 00 

6207 Free Press Ass'n, print, co. clerk & b'd agr., 135 20 

6208 Wheelock & Dawiey, ptg & bind, doc., Cal. Co., 174 35 

6209 Chas. Batchelder, counsel fee, Windsor Co., 29 50 
G210 Wm. B. Johnson, counsel fee, Windsor Co., 75 00 

6211 Gilbert A. Davis, counsel fee, Windsor Co., 45 00 

6212 Zed. S. Stanton, ser. & exp., probation officer, 74 89 

6213 F. C. Southgate, ser. & exp. probation officer, 64 24 

6214 F. P. Davison, ser. & exp., Bennington Co., exam*r, 10 10 

6215 A. D. Bobbins, light bill, Lamoille Co. Ct. House, 26 48 
Feb. 1 6216 A. H. Thompson, detective ser. V. S., sec. 2956, 23 00 

6217 F. W. Pierce, ap. st. nor. sch.. No. 18, acts, 1900, 8,250 00 

6218 M. F. Spencer, jailer's acct., Windham Co.. 667 56 

6219 C. C. Bingham, ser. & exp., mem. b'd pharmacy, 56 87 

6220 The Tuttie Co., printing for b'd pharmacy, 36 22 

6221 J. H. Merrifield, 1 justice bill of costs, 2 10 

3 6222 S. J. Dana, bounty on G foxes, 3 wolves, 39 60 
6223 S. E. Lawton, sup*t, acct insane poor, B. Retreat, 128 57 

4 6224 Weils, Lamson & Co., 3 monuments, under No. 

77, 1896, & No. 122, Acts 1900, 1,950 00 

6225 Chas. S. Chase, services as reporter, 61 25 

6226 Chas. S. Chase, counsel fee, emp'y by governor, 15 00 

5 6227 Jos. T. Stearns, 103 bills of costs, 1,865 33 
7 6228 Opinion Publishing Co., print'g for adj't general, 25 50 

6229 J. W. Brock, account as serg't-at-arms, 238 46 

6230 E. T. Brown, autopsy, order of court, 25 00 

6231 W. N. Therlault, serv. as 2d asst lib.. No. 7, 1898, 120 00 

6232 W. C. Fletcher, off. fees, 3 unsuc. search warrants, 5 30 

6233 J. W. Redmond, fee, ins. pan. hear'g, Orleans Co., 5 00 
11 0234 E. L. Hildreth & Co., printing for b'd agric, 14 00 

6235 The Republican Co., ptg., sup't edu. & ptg. com'rs, 5 00 



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Name. 



For what. 



Amount. 



Feb. 11 6236 Geo. L. Fletcher, counsel fee, Windsor Co., ^ 00 

6237 W. H. Davis, counsel fee. Addison Co., 30 00 

6238 A. G. Whitham, counsel fee, Windsor Co., 25 00 

6239 M. M. Gordan, counsel fee, Washington. Co., 20 00 

6240 Hobart J. Shanley & Co.. books furn. lib. oom'rs. 31> 05 

6241 Chas. K. Woodward, Jr.. counsel fee. Wash. Co., 42 85 

6242 E. H. Crane, ptg. & mailing Thanksgiving proc, 49 18 

6243 John W. Titconib. ser. & exp., F. & G. com'r, 110 91 

6244 C. J. Bell, ser. & exp., member b'd agric, 158 0^ 

6245 C. J. Bell, ser. & exp. J. H. Brlgham for bd ag., 63 80 

6246 L. R. Jones, work for board of agriculture, 56 58 

6247 John E. Gale, ser. & exp., board of agriculture, 36 10 

6248 Ernest Hitchcock, ser. & exp., cattle com'rs, 164 31 

6249 Ivamoille Pub. Co., printing, county clerk, 74 20 

12 6250 A. F. Nichols, req. court expenses, 2,000 00 

6251 Gilbert A. Davis, counsel fee. Windsor Co.. 45 00 

6252 H. M. Cornell, ser. & exp.. Lamoille Co. com*r, 78 82 

6253 J. H. Eastman, ser. & exp., Windsor Co. com'r, 54 23 

6254 J. C. Enright. counsel fee, Windsor Co., 52 58 

6255 W. K. Farnsworth, inquest Rutland Co.. 13 42 

6256 Wm. Douglass, 16 cattle killed. 252 50 

6257 Peter Bordeaux. 2 cattle killed, 10 00 

6258 Edson Isham, 1 cow killed, 20 00 

6259 D. I^ckyard. 4 head cattle killed. 56 50 

6260 A. G. Downs, 2 cows killed, 30 00 

6261 Ed. Burnett, 3 cattle killed, 43 75 

6262 B. E. Nye, 3 cattie killed. 26 00 

6263 Dan Moulton, 1 cow killed, 18 00 

6264 F. D. Richardson, 5 cattle killed, 87 50 

6265 James Gilman, 1 cow killed, 5 00 

6266 Marvin Clark, 3 cattle killed. 103 00 

6267 B. L. Byington. 2 cows killed, 28 00 

6268 A. R. Rollins, 2 cows killed, 40 00 

6269 Mrs. Carrie B. I^ggins, 9 cattle killed, 84 00 

6270 AV. E. Blake, 1 cow killed, 20 00 

6271 M. H. Gibson, 2 cattle killed. 37 50 

6272 M. Sullivan, 2 cows killed, 20 00 

6273 B. Warren, 1 cow killed, 17 00 
0274 Patrick O'Brien, 3 cattle killed. 24 00 

6275 J. E. Plunkett, 1 cow killed, 17 50 

6276 R. A. Smith, 11 cows killed. 212 50 

6277 B. W. Bell, 31 cattle killed, 490 00 

6278 Ayres & Brown, 14 cattle killed, 280 00 

6279 H. Hinsdale, 5 cattle killed. 52 50 

6280 Peter Merchant, 5 cattle killed, 74 50 

6281 John Pratt 5 cattle killed. 27 50 

6282 A. E. Rogers, 3 cattle killed. 27 00 

6283 John Whitcomb. 1 cow killed, 17 50 

6284 Byron Johnson, 4 cattie killed. 25 00 

6285 E. W. Drury, 6 cattle killed, 51 00 

6286 Alfred E. Reed, 2 cows killed, 35 00 

6287 W, Whitney, 4 cattle killed, 51 uO 

6288 John Brown, 1 cow killed, 12 50 

6289 Ira H. LaFleur, counsel fee, Addison Co., 15 00 

13 6290 Fred B. Thomas, counsel fee, Washington Co., 60 00 
6291 O. D. Cobleigh, account sheriflP, Essex Co., 164 26 

14 6292 Geo. S. Averill. 15 Justice bills of costs & returns, 141 96 

6293 M. R. Goodspeed, 3 justice bills of costs & returns, 39 35 

6294 A. C. Dickey, 12 Justice bills of costs & returns, 109 05 



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Date. No. 



Name. 



For what 



Amount 



Feb. 14 6295 
0296 
6297 
6298 
6299 
6300 
6301 
6302 
63iOS 
6304 

6305 
6306 
6307 
6308 
6309 
6310 

15 6311 
6312 
6313 
6314 
6315 

16 6316 

17 6317 
6318 
6319 
6320 
6321 
6322 
6323 
6324 
6325 
6326 

19 6327 

20 6328 
6329 

21 6330 
6331 
6332 
6333 
6334 
6335 

22 6386 
6337 

24 6338 

25 6339 
6340 
6341 
6342 
6343 
6344 
6345 
6346 

Kar. 1 6347 
6348 
6349 
6350 
6351 



£. W. Gate, 1 Justice bill of costs & retuniB, H 00 

W. S. Martin, 1 Justice bill of costs & returns, 8 89 

H. W . Lyford, 1 Justice bill of costs & returns, 51 19 

B. W. Huntley, 1 Justice bill of costs & returns, 5 71 
J. M. Fisher, 3 Justice bills of costs & returns, 17 25 

C. E. Jones, 4 Justice bills of costs & returns, 38 34 
Patrick Brown, unsuccess. search wts. liq. cases, 10 50 
H. D. Camp, unsuccessful search wts. liq. cases, 8 40 
A. O. Coleman, req. ap. Rawsonville rd., Jamaica, 75 00 
W. S. Bentley, treas., but on 17 foxes, 2 lynxes, 

Sandgate, 20 20 

Frank A. Bailey, counsel fee, Washington Co., 50 00 
Howe Scale Co., scales furn. com'r state taxes, 4 80 

John Field, 6 cattle killed, 101 00 

K, P. McEUigott moiety liquor case. Chit. Co., 5 00 

John H. Ryan, moiety liquor case, Chit. Co., 5 00 

E. F. Brownell, moiety liquor case, Chit Co., 5 00 
C. C. Lamberton, 7 Justice bills of costs & ret, 64 57 
J. A. Burleigh, 11 Justice bills of costs & ret, 216 31 
yi. E. Smilie, 62 Justice bills of costs & returas, 944 32 
Alland G. Fay, 70 Justice bills of costs & ret.. 1,111 65 
C. C. Graves, sheriff's account Wash. Co., 1,824 67 
W. F. Shepard, unsuccess. search wts. liq. cases, 8 80 
C. C. Graves, unsuccess. search wts. liq. cases, 2 10 
H. J. Slayton, unsuccess. search wts. liq. cases, 2 20 

F. H. Tracy, unsuccessful search wts. liq. cases, 8 80 
C. A. Watson, 5 Justice bills of costs & returns, 30 18 
F. H. Tracy, Jailer's account Wash. Co., 676 32 
Z. S. Stanton, attorney fee. Wash. Co., 6 70 
F. L. Laird, attorney fee. Wash. Co., 5 00 
M. E. Smilie, county clerk's acc't Wash. Co., 1.571 31 
M. E. Smilie, req. ac. exp. Wash. Co. court, 4,000 00 
Richard Burke, maintenance in Washington Go. 

Jail transient pauper, 152 25 

J. £. Cushman, stat & of. sup., com'r state taxes, 61 39 
H. D. Camp, ser. of req., Wash. Co., 149 25 

E. A. Thomas, Jailer's acc't, Windsor Co., 500 00 
The Globe- Wernicke Co., of. sup., com'r st. taxes, 30 02 
Horace F. Graham, attorney fee, Orleans Co., 5 00 

F. W. Tuttle, attorney fee, insane pauper hearing, 5 00 
R. A. Tilden, board trans, pauper, Windsor Co. Jail, 23 00 
Xen-port Electric Light Co., light court house, 44 00 
M. H. Alexander, 1 Justice bill of costs & returns, 23 33 
\V. H. Corey, testing cattle, 95 25 
Gilbert A. Davis, counsel fee, Windsor Co., 167 61 
H. S- Willson, sheriff's acc't, Bennington Co., 550 67 
O. P. Ray, req. for court exp.. Chit Co., 4,500 00 
S. A. Andrews, supt., req. exp.. Vt Indus. Sch., 2,050 00 
E. W. Oakes, supt, req. for exp. state prison, 2,200 00 
M. Hutchinson, supt, req. ex. St Hos. for Ins., 10,339 27 
r>. Ij. Morgan, supt, req. for exp. H. of C, 1,800 00 
Rufus Wainwrlght req. to bal. ct expenses. 429 84 
T. B. Wheeler, 29 Justice bills of costs & returns, 264 17 
I>. D. Cole, 3 Justice bills of costs & returns, 36 94 
Wm. W. Stickney, salary as governor, 375 00 
WiJlard Farrington. counsel fee, Grand Isle Co., 100 00 
J. H. Merrifleld, req. for ct. exp., Windham Co., 1,500 OO 
H. H. HIarmon, req. for court exp.. Rutland Co.. 2,500 00 
Loveland Munson. sal. & exp.. Judge sup. court 949 61 



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Date. 



No. 



Name. 



For what. 



Amount. 



Mar. 1 6352 
6353 
6354 
6355 

3 6356 

6357 
6358 
6350 
6360 

4 6361 
6362 
6363 

5 63^ 
6365 
6366 
6367 
6368 



6 6370 
6371 
6372 
6373 
6374 
6375 
6376 
6377 

8 0378 

11 6379 
6380 
6381 
6382 
6383 
63^ 
6385 
6386 
6387 
6388 
6389 
6390 
6391 
6392 
6393 
6394 
6395 
6396 
6397 
6398 
6390 
G400 
6401 
6402 
0403 
6404 
6405 

12 (U06 
0407 
6408 

13 0409 



Geo. A. Watson, conviction fee, 10 liq. cases, $50 

Orion M. Barber, sal. & exp., auditor of acc'ts, 557 
H. B. Cushman, req. for court expenses, 2,000 

J. £. Cusbman, sal. & clerk, com'r st. taxes, 350 

E. A. Davis, ser. & exp. F. & 6. com*r, supt. of 
hatchery, 154 

W. P. Davis, req. for court expenses, 2.500 

T. R. Stiles, req. for exp.. bact. lab.. 2,000 

Jas. ^I. Tyler, sal. & exp., judge supreme ct, 808 

John H. Watson, sal. & exp., judge supreme ct. 831 
Fred A. Rowland, sal. as sec. of st. & ins. com'r. 675 
Marsh O. Perkins, ser. & ex., dir. st P. & H. of C, 29 

C. L. Erwin, ser. & exp., supr. of insane, 126 

D. S. Conant, ser. & exp., state's attorney, 5 
H. C. Royce. ser. & exp.. mem. digest com., 166 
W. H. Gilmore, sal. as adj.. ins. & q. m. g., & elk. 375 
Porter H. Dale, counsel fee, Essex Co., 15 
Robt. Readmond, 3 cattle killed. 48 
Thos. D. Sanborn & Son.. 2 cows killed, 32 
Geo. S. Foster, ser. & exp., sup'r of insane, 130 
Wheelock & Dawley, ptg & bind, doc. Wash. Co., 262 
Henry R. Start, sal. & exp., judge sup. ct, 872 
H. S. Bingham, ser. & exp., R. R. com'r. 105 
Russell S. Taft, sal. & exp., judge sup. ct, 840 
Wendell P. Stafford, sal. & exp., judge sup. ct, 890 
C. H. Maxham. ser. & exp., trus. st. bosp. for ins., 66 
Hiram Ishnm. 13 cattle killed, 211 
K. M. (lOddard. sal. as first asst. librarian. 250 
W. N. Piatt, bal. npp. under No. 132. acts 1000, 2.000 
W. N. Piatt, ser. & ex.. trus. Vt. St. Hosp. for Ins.. 61 

F. G. Rogers, unsuccessful search war., liq. case. 1 

B. E. Perry, unsuccessful search war., liq. case, 4 
Eillls G. Worden, unsuccessful search war., liq. case, 2 
Richard A. Hoar, ptg. acct as state's atty, 9 
John W. Tltcomb, ser. & exp., F. & G. com'r, 134 
F. H. Niles. fun. exp., etc., dec. vet, Halifax, 36 
T. L. Kinney, ser. & exp. for b'd agriculture, 36 
Frank Plumley, counsel fee, Windsor Co.. 197 
Jonathan Ross. ser. & exp., chairman R. R. com'r. 111 
Earnest Hitchcock, ser. & exp.. mem. b'd agrl. 268 
F. S. Piatt, sal. & exp.. Inspector of finance, 313 

C. J. Bell, ser. & exp., cattle com'r. 183 
C. J. Bell. ser. & exp.. sec'y b'd agri.. 347 

C. J. Bell, ser. & exp. for b'd agri., 180 
Ernest Hitchcock, ser. & exp,, cattle com'r, 74 
F. M. Moulton, 20 justice bill costs & returns, 270 
H. P. Sherwin, 23 Justice bills costs & returns. 194 
Wm. H. Sheldon, 3 justice bills costs & returns. 41 

D. E. Gibson, 4 justice bills costs & returns, 21 
A. A. Fletcher, 4 justice bills costs & returns, .SO 

E. E. Cowles. 2 justice bills costs & returns, 11 
Geo. L. Young, 3 justice bills costs & returns. 37 
Gideon Abbey, 2 justice bills costs & returns, 30 
M. F. Barnes. 3 justice bills costs & returns, 20 
E. W. Meader, 3 justice bills costs & returns, 23 
S. A. Andrews, sup't, req. for exp., Vt. Ind. Sch., 1.800 
D. R. Howe, treas., state beneficiaries. 1,012 
L. N. Gauthier, unsuccessful search warrants. 2 
Edward M. Day. unsuccessful liquor search, 2 



00 
27 
00 
00 

40 
00 
00 
3i) 
59 

a) 

12 
78 
50 
78 
00 
00 
75 
50 
75 
00 
55 
63 
66 
97 
39 
25 
00 
00 
15 
70 
20 
10 
30 
12 
00 
70 
07 
91 
49 
73 
24 
92 
00 
38 
54 
81 
47 
83 
87 
06 
04 
87 
81 
75 
00 
.50 
10 
30 



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L ate. No. Name. 



For what. 



Amount 



Mar. 13 G410 
6411 
G412 
6413 
6414 
6415 
17 6416 

19 6417 
6418 
6419 
6420 
6421 

20 6422 
6423 
6424 
6425 
6i26 

6427 
6428 
22 6429 
24 6430 
6431 
6432 
6433 
6434 

28 6435 
6436 
6437 
6438 
6439 
6440 
6441 
6442 
6443 
(^44 
6445 
6446 
6447 
6448 
6449 
6450 

29 6451 
6452 
6453 
6454 
6455 
6456 
6457 
6458 
64k)9 
6460 
6461 
6462 
64a3 
6464 
6465 
6466 



Otto P. Moore, 29 justice bUls of costs & ret, $296 
F. L. Hamilton, 10 justice Wlls of costs & returns, 123 
Fred M. Foote, 14 justice bills of costs & returns, 254 
W. H. Cobb, Addison Co. jailer's account, 536 

T. M. Chapman, Addison Co. sheriff's account, 954 
Rufus Wainright, Addison Co. clerk's account, 445 
E. P. Butler, 9 justice bills costs & returns, 75 

George A. Hubbard, clerk, court exi)enses. 800 

J. C. Stearns, treas., req. for exp., Sol. Home, 1,990 
S. A. Andrews, sup't req. for exp., Indus. Sch., 1,750 
E. W. Oakes, sup't, req. for exp., state prison, 1,800 
John W. Rowell, sal. & exp., judge supreme ct, 848 
C. P. Hogan, ser. & exp., probation officer, 29 

John L. Bacon, sal. & exp., st treas. & Ins. com'r, 966 

85 
113 

311 

2 

947 

200 

25 
900 
120 

18 

11 
50 
35 
212 
17 
35 
20 



lib., 
clerk 



L. M. Greene, ser. & exp., sup'r of insane. 
S. W. Landon, exp., lib. com'rs acc't trav 
Erwin M. Harvey, ser., exp. & disb. as 

R. R. com'rs 
T. C. Middlebrook, unsuccessful search war., 
Walter E. Ranger, sal. & exp. as sup't edu., 
E. J. Ormsbee, counsel fee. Addison Co., 
Andrew Maurer, stat. supplies, Benn. Co. court, 
S. D. Dniry, treas., Vt. beneficiaries, 
James W. Brock, account as serg't-at-arms, 
J. H. Kidder, adm'r, 1 bill of costs, JusJ- Davis, 
A. W. J. Wilkins, ser. of warrant, St vs. Kent 

Windham Co., 
Aaron Bowen, 3 cows killed, 
George Morse, 2 cows killed, 
Frank I). Gill, 15 head cattle killed, 
Sidney Davis, 1 cow killed, 
J. H. Ware, 2 cows killed. 
Winslow & Co., 1 cow killed, 
Peter Jaro, 6 cows killed. 
Geo. Morse, 4 cows killed, as'g'd bill E. J. Wright 105 



H. A. Nichols, 1 cow killed. 16 

Elmer Patten. 6 head cattle killed, 101 

Albert Fogg, 1 cow killed, 8 

A. J. Durkee, 3 head cattle klKed, 47 

Seneca Windslow, 2 cows killed, 35 

Miss Jennie Burnett, 1 cow killed. 17 

P. J. O'Connor, I cow killed, 20 

G. H. Glidden, 1 cow killed, 17 

Ernest S. Hall, unsuccessful search warrants, 4 

C. F. Ranney & Co., ptg. & sta., Orleans Co. cl'k, 181 
S. W. Landon. l)Ooks fum. st. lib. cora'r, trav. lib.. 125 
Herman Phillpsen. testing cattiO, 185 
Geo. Stephens, V. S., testing cattle, 189 
A. B. Culley, V. S., testing cattle, 52 
John Thomas, V. S., testing cattle. 136 

A. E. Atwood. Y. S., testing cattle, 10 
W. H. Corey, V. S., testing cattle, 81 

B. M. Flint V. S.. testing cattle, 66 
W. T. Pike. V. S.. testing cattle. 7 
Geo. A. Miller, V. S., testing cattle, 128 
J. C. Parker, V. S., testing cattle, 101 

D. H. Udall. V. S., testing cattle. 25 
J. S. Dutton. V. S., testing cattle. 20 
John N. Woodfin, ser. & ex., dir. St P. & H. of C, 160 



93 

55 
93 
65 
37 
27 
85 
00 
00 
00 
W) 
14 
70 
13 
87 
79 

07 
10 
^0 
00 
60 
00 
59 
99 

70 
OO 
00 
50 
50 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
00 
00 
50 
00 
50 
00 
50 
20 
85 
09 
00 
25 
40 
40 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 

a5 

00 
50 
50 



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Name. 



For what. 



Amount. 



Mai*. 29 6467 



April 



31 6468 

1 6469 

2 6470 
6471 
6472 
6473 
6474 
6475 
6476 
6477 

4 6478 
6479 
6480 
6481 
6482 
6483 
6484 
6485 
6486 
6487 
6488 
6489 
6490 
6491 

6492 
6493 
6494 
6496 
6496 
6497 
6498 
6499 
6500 
6501 

6502 

5 6503 

7 6504 
6505 
6506 
6507 
6508 
6509 
6510 
6511 
6512 
6513 
6514 
6515 
6516 
6517 
6518 

8 6519 
6520 
6521 



Geo. H. Perkins, ser. & exp. at state geologist, 

curator of cab., 
E. A. Davis, ser. & exp. as F. & G. com*r, 
Chas. H. Darling, sal. as judge municipal ct., 
Edson W. Gordon, sherifTs acc't, Grand Isle Co., 
M. P. Goodrich, 1 justice bill of costs, 
W. A. Soule, 5 justice bills of costs & returns, 
Hardy H. Reynolds, 1 justice bill of costs, 
Henry Martin, 3 justice bills of costs, 
O. P. Knight. 4 justice bills of costs & returns, 
O. P. Knight, clerk's acct., Grand Isle Co., 
O. P. Knight, jailer's acct, 
Andrew W. Kezer, pension, 
A. F. Schwenk, counsel fee, Windham Co., 
M. M. Gordon, counsel fee, Washington Co., 
Clarke C. Fitts, counsel fee, Windham Co., 
W. H. Bishop & Son, printing & binding, 

E. B. Palmer, ser. of req., Addison Co., 
J. L. Putney, 2 cattle killed, 
L. C. Clark, 5 head cattle killed, 
H. E. Powers, 25 cattle killed, 
Chas. H. Maxham, 1 cow killed, 
Vernon C. Manley, 7 head cattle killed, 
R. E. Burnett, 1 cow killed, 
Peter L4inder, pension, 
Martha M. Bates, adm'r'x for Guy Bates, 2 

cows killed, 

C. F. Smith, ser. & exp. for board of agr., 

D. H. Morse, ser. & exp. for board of agr., 
Cassius Peck, ser. & exp. for board of agr., 
J. L. Hills, ser. & exp. for board of agr., 
R. H. Holmes, ser. & exp. for board of agr., 
Carl S. Hopkins, ser. & exp. for board of agr., 
A. H. Hill, ser. & exp. for board of agr., 
G€o. H. Terrill, ser. & exp. for board of agr., 
J. O. Sanford, ser. & exp. for board of agr., 
Geo. Aitken, ser. & exp. as mem. b*d agr. & cat- 
tle com'r, 401 16 

Ned J. Roberts, printing for sec'y of state, 5 60 

Free Press Ass'n, printing & binding, 1,147 06 

Charles M. Gutterson, 9 justice bills costs returns, 82 44 
Franklin Barney, 4 justice bills costs & returns, 46 74 
Byron J. Spaulding, 3 jus. bills costs & returns, 31 29 
W. C. Danforth, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 7 02 

Wm. D. Ball, 8 justice bills costs & returns, 67 00 

W. C. Renehan, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 7 01 

Gardner L. Chaffee, 2 justice bills costs & returns, 73 82 
W. R. Sturtevant, 2 justice bills costs & returns, 44 06 
O. S. Holden, 2 justice bill costs & returns, 46 90 

F. W. Marsh, 12 justice bills costs & returns, 176 48 
C. D. Penniman, 15 justice bills costs & returns, 196 95 
Charles C. Black, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 27 58 

C. O. Thompson, 24 justice bills costs & returns, 266 88 

D. L. Morgan, supt., req. for exp., H. of C, 1,600 00 
M. Hutchinson, supt, req. for exp. Vt St. Hosp. 

for Insane, 9,000 00 

H. H. Peck, dep. sher.. Wind. Co»s, sher's ac, 1,381 12 
Mark J. Sargent. 45 justice bills costs & returns, 670 24 
A. J. Darrah. 20 justice bills costs & returns, 312 80 



$357 55 


180 00 


162 50 


72 94 


111 54 


59 10 


5 50 


26 62 


48 34 


65 37 


188 10 


30 00 


79 59 


75 00 


30 00 


35 75 


60 13 


22 50 


100 00 


432 00 


15 00 


87 50 


20 00 


30 00 


35 00 


49 34 


169 50 


98 79 


68 23 


14 25 


29 85 


39 76 


59 80 


91 43 



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Date. No. Name. For what • Amount. 

April 8 6522 G. D. Penniman, 12 justice bills costs & returns, $197 89 

6523 J. R. Pember, clerk, stationery supplies, 46 46 

6524 H. H. Peck, dep. sher., bal. Windsor CJo. sher.'s ac, 59 90 

6525 E. A. Thomas, Windsor Ck)., Jailer's acct., 788 67 

6526 W. E. Mack, moiety, Windsor Co., fishing case, 25 00 

6527 Wilbur R. Sturtevant, 3 Justice bills costs, 81 89 

6528 H. H. Amsden, 8 Justice bills costs & returns, 155 18 

6529 W. R. Adams, 12 Justice bills costs & returns, 102 82 

6530 R. E. Hathom, 10 Justice bills costs & returns, 92 10 

6531 H. H. Cushman, 10 Justice bills costs & returns, 185 08 

6532 J. R. Pember, Windsor Co, clerk's acct, 1,014 35 
10 6533 M. L. Lawrence, 19 Justice bills costs & returns, 324 11 

6534 M. L. Lawrence, 10 Justice bills costs & returns, 96 61 

6535 E. B. Flinn, 4 Justice bills costs & returns, 36 71 
14 6536 T. R. Stiles, ser. & exp., mem. b'd of health, 626 13 

6537 The Republican <3o., ptg. for b'd of agr., 100 75 

6538 A. B. Morrill, fun. exp., etc., des. vet Hinesburg, 50 00 

6539 E. Henry Powell, treas., experiment sta. exp., 1,828 89 

6540 W. H. Gilmore, req. for exp., officers school, 521 84 
6641 Free Press Ass'n, ptg. under Jt res. No. 332, 1900, 222 50 

6542 G. D. Penniman, bal. on 12 Jus. bills costs & ret, 4 00 

6543 B. W. Oakes, supt, req. for exp., Vt St Prison, 2,400 00 

6544 S. A. Andrews, supt, req. for ex., Vt. Ind. Sch., 1,725 00 

6545 Wm. L. Packard, circulating Public Acts 1898, 29 67 

6546 C. J. Bell, exp., board of agric, John Gould, 101 38 

16 6547 Union Card Co., ptg. & sta, for adj't general, 13 20 

6548 Zed S. Stanton, counsel fee under assignment, 95 00 

6549 W. D. Stewart, counsel fee under assignment, 60 00 

6550 Vt. Watchman Co., print'g for sup't education, 100 20 

6551 Robt. West, com., headstone, dec. vet., Fairhaven, 15 00 

6552 J. W. Brock, acc*t as serg*t-at-arm8, 956 69 

6553 Fred N. Whitney, printing for sec'y of state, 4 00 

17 6554 Wm, W. Stickney, executive expenses, 638 62 

6555 Dorman Bridgman, 11 Justice bills costs & returns, 110 00 

6556 Albert Worcester, 18 Justice bills costs & returns, 182 35 

6557 Chas. Rogers, 6 Justice bills costs & returns, 80 21 

6558 T. B. Hall, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 8 70 

6559 J. J. Campbell, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 11 02 

6560 G. C. Frye, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 27 40 

6561 A. B. Perry, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 8 10 

6562 J. C. Harvey, 3 Justice bills costs & returns, 35 95 

6563 R. Farquharson, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 8 50 

6564 M. V. B. Sargent, 4 Justice bills costs & returns, 24 40 

6565 E. D. Dutton, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 4 90 

6566 Abram H. Hicks, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 8 10 

6567 W. R. Boyd, 8 Justice bills costs & returns, 167 56 

18 6568 C. U. Lathrop, 6 Justice bills costs & returns, 101 18 

6569 A. M. Banks, 3 Justice bills costs & returns, 51 05 

6570 Asa H. Pepper, 4 Justice bills costs & returns, 33 92 

6571 Jas. A. Fowler, 5 Justice bills costs & returns, 62 17 

6572 H. B. Renfrew, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 7 25 

6573 P. S. Chamberlin, 11 Justice bills costs & returns, 90 77 

6574 Horace White, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 38 06 

6575 Israel L. Wood, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 6 56 

6576 R. G. Brock, 3 Justice bills costs & returns, 45 39 

6577 A. B. Bicknell, 7 Justice bills costs & returns, 75 71 

6578 H. M. Cornell, 5 Justice bills costs & returns, 32 10 
6679 F. H. Raymore, 5 Justice bills costs & returns, 60 07 
6580 A. A. Niles, 10 Justice bills costs &, returns, 74 81 



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Date. No. Nifkne. For what Amount 

April 18 6581 V. P. Macutchon, 8 Justice biUs costs & returns, $128 42 

6582 Luke Potter, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 25 01 

6583 John Nash, unsuccessful search warrants, 15 00 

6584 Henry S. Willson, unsuccessful search warrants, 4 50 

6585 Fred Godfrey, unsuccessful search warrants, 6 30 
19 6586 I. T. Patterson, 4 Justice bills costs & returns, 67 40 

6587 H. B. Cushman, 10 Justice bills costs & returns, 192 86 

6588 F. T. Caswell, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 28 36 

6589 C. F. CuUer, 3 Justice bills costs & returns, 44 23 

6590 E. U Miller, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 29 61 

6591 A. A. Silver, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 5 30 
0592 H. S. Tolman, 8 Justice bills costs & returns, 43 42 

6593 P. Guild, 3 Justice bills costs & returns, 30 aS 

6594 P. S. Chamberlin, 7 Justice bills costs & returns, 123 24 

6595 William Paul, 1 Justice biU costs & returns, 22 22 

6596 A. K. Kittredge, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 40 87 

6597 C. W. Lane, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 13 57 

6598 A. V. Wlswell, 7 Justice bills costs & returns, 114 61 

6599 John H. Hayford, 3 Justice bills costs & returns, 42 77 

21 6600 R. W. Taf t ex'r, sal. & exp., R. S. Taf t, J. S. Ct., 181 14 

6601 Free Press Ass'n, express & packing, 73d Vt Rep., 12 70 

6602 Mass. Sch. for Feeble-Minded, Vt benef., 600 00 

6603 E. W. Gibson, counsel fee, Windham Co., * 45 60 

6604 M. D. L. Thompson, prlnt'g for Chit Co. clerx, 8 00 
6606 Clarence J. Ferguson, ser. & exp. as prob. officer, 175 00 
6606 J. E. Cushman, exp. as com'r state taxes, 47 40 

22 6607 Alexander Dunnett counsel fee, Caledonia Co., 100 00 

6608 James B. Donoway, ser. & exp. as state's att*y, 10 50 

6609 M. Hutchinson, sup't, req. for exp., Vt St. Hosp. 

for Insane, 10,092 95 

6610 D. L. Morgan, sup't, req. for exp., House of Cor., 900 00 

23 6611 O. P. Knight, clerk, req. for ct. exp., G. Isle Co., 500 00 

24 6612 Chas. S. Caverly, ser. & exp. as medical expert, 18 50 

6613 F. I. Whitney, Orange Co., sheriff's acct., 401 94 

6614 David S. Conant, ser. & exp. as state's at?ty, 8 00 

25 G615 Hale K. Darling, atty fee for respondent, 10 00 
6616 Curtis S. Emery, Orange Co. clerk's acct, 2W 31 

26 6617 O. D. Cobleigh, acct, Essex Co. sheriff's acct., 93 21 

6618 A. E. W^akefleld, ser. under V. S., sec. 2956, 

Caledonia Co., 22 50 

6619 Lorenzo Suiloway, sheriflTs ac, Caledonia Co., 1,180 80 
G620 Augustus M. Heath, 5 Justice bills costs & returns, 30 65 
6621 A. F. Nichols, clerk's acct, Caledonia Co., 575 84 

28 6622 Frank E. Miles, atty fee counsel for respondent, 25 10 

6623 D. C. Whiteher, 2 Justice biUs costs & returns, 34 44 

6624 Rufus Kinsley, 1 Justice bill costs & returns, 35 47 
6625 . E. P. Church, 3 Justice bills costs & returns, 48 51 

6626 N. S. Rogers, 7 Justice bills costs & returns, 77 25 

6627 H. B. Parkhurst 4 Justice bills costs. 111 64 

6628 H. S. Root, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 79 86 

6629 L. D. Miles, sheriff & Jailer's acct., Orleans Co., 858 00 

6630 H. B. Cushman, clerk's acct., Orleans Co., 365 73 
80 6631 P. S. Scribner, 5 Justice bills costs & returns, 9ft 62 

6632 A. D. Robbins, sheriff & Jailer's ac. Lamoille Co., 637 70 

6633 S. B. Waite, clerk, clerk's acct, Lamoille Co., 343 99 
May 3 6634 B. A. Daris, acct., F. & G. com'r & st. hatchery, 256 74 

6635 J. C. Jones, counsel fee, Rutland Co., 30 00 

6636 M. P. Riordan, coun. fee under assign't, Rutl'd Co., 20 00 

6637 J. D. Bates, counsel fee under assign't Essex Co., 10 00 



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Date. No. Name. For what. Amount. 

May 3 0638 Henry W. Lund, counsel fee, Essex Co., $10 00 

6639 Gilbert A. Davis, atty fee, Windsor Co., 3 30 

6640 Geo. L. Hasseltlne, atty fee, Addison Co., 5 25 

6641 S. W. Landon, stiate aid for free libraries, 200 00 

6642 Seneca Haselton, sal. & ex. as rep. of decisions, 1,404 21 

6643 David B. Porter, ser. as state's atty, Cal. Co., 30 00 

6644 Frank D. Thompson, ser. as state's atty, Cal. Co., 5 00 

6645 Bain & Pearce, ptg for Chittenden Co. clerlt, 15 00 

6646 Thomas Reeves, ser. of war. from gov.. Chit. Co., 11 91 
5 6647 Alan Davidson, M. D. & A. A. Sl^Leels, exm. of 

Sarah M. Powers, 10 00 

6648 Geo. V. Wilson, 2 head cattle killed, 20 00 

6649 A. J. Graham, 3 cows killed, 55 00 

6650 A. H. Dustin, 1 cow killed. 15 00 

6651 Ira Carpenter. 3 cows killed, 60 00 

6652 W. G. Whitaker, 1 cow killed, 12 50 
6^3 Fred S. Bowers, 1 cow killed, 17 50 

6654 Daniel Patrick, 3 head cattle killed, 30 00 

6655 A. W. Eastman, 1 cow killed, 10 00 

6656 E. H. Noyes, 2 cattle killed, 20 00 

6657 R. A. Smith, 2 cows killed, 40 00 

6658 A. L. Batten, 7 cattle killed. 138 00 

6659 CJomelia B. Taggart, 2 cattle killed, 34 00 

6660 Chas. A. Twitchell, 3 cattle killed, 45 00 

6661 A. W. Chamberlain, 1 cow killed, 15 00 

6662 C. H. Osgood, 2 cows killed, 27 55 

6663 Conn. Valley Lumber Co., 41 cows killed. 594 50 
10 6664 Free Press Ass'n, bal. for shipping session laws, 30 98 

6665 Wheelock & Dawley, printing & binding, 181 65 

6666 James W. Brock, acct. as Serg't-at-arms, 124 65 

6667 Hiram A. Huse, ap. for purchase of books st. lib., 800 00 

6668 A. K. Ritchie, fun. exp., etc., dec. vet., Benn., 50 00 

6669 F. A. Rich, V. S., ser. & exp., testing cattle, 638 60 

6670 John L. Moseley, fun. ex. & h. s. dec. vet, Northfd, 50 00 

6671 Harry T. Cushman, elk, ac. bill No. 289, acts 1894, 225 70 

12 6672 T. D. Sanboi'n & Son, 2 head cattle killed, 

6673 I. C. Stone, 3 head cattle killed, 

6674 Mrs. L. L. Twitchell, 8 head cattle killed, 

6675 R. B. Pixley, 2 head cattle killed, 

6676 Marcus Peck, 1 cow killed, 

6677 C. H. Holden, 1 cow killed, 

6678 John Kneen, 2 head cattle killed, 

6679 James 0*Neil. 2 horses killed, 

6680 R. W. Kendall, 15 head cattle killed, 

6681 John Morse, 1 cow killed, 

6682 Ed. Walbrldge, 1 cow killed, 

6683 Dr. H. H. Lee, 2 head cattle killed, 

6684 Vermont Marble Co., 32 head cattle killed, 

6685 T. S. Bartlett, 1 cow killed, 

6686 B. C. Harlow, 2 cows killed, 

6687 E. A. Davis, ser. & exp. as F. & G. com'r & sup't 

State Hatchery, 
H. G. Thomas, ser. & exp. as F. & G. com'r, 
E. C. Mower, legal services for cattle com'r, 

6690 Zed S. Stanton, counsel fee, Washington Co., 

6691 L. Sulloway, acct. bill for coal of court house 
& Jail. Caledonia Co., 469 87 

13 6692 St. Albans Mess. Co., sta. supplies, Grand Isle Co., 4 60 
M. E. Chestnut, ser. as stenog., b'd of cattle com*rs, 3 00 



35 00 


32 50 


137 50 


35 00 


17 50 


10 00 


35 00 


20 00 


237 00 


15 00 


5 00 


28 00 


526 00 


17 50 


27 50 


406 27 


68 29 


70 58 


11 25 



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74 BIE2NNIAL REPORT OP THE 

Date. No. Name. For what. Amount. 

May 13 6694 James B. Donoway, ser. & exp. as state's att*y, $25 45- 

6695 Ernest Hitchcock, ser. & exp. as mem. b'd of agr., 95 71 

6696 The Tuttle Co., printing Grand List boolts, 451 36 
14 6697 B. F. Kelley, Franli. Co. sheriff & Jaiier*s acc't, 1,413 75 

6698 B. F. Kelley, unsuccessful liquor search warrants, 12 60 

27 6699 J. C. Steams, treas., U. S. aid for Vt. Sol. Home, 1,845 38 

6700 T. R. Stiles, treas., acc't app. for ex., Bact. Lab., 2,000 GO* 

6701 H. C. Royce, ser. & exp. as mem. of digest com., 143 56 

6702 J. W. Redmond, attorney fee, Orleans Co., 4 50 

6703 M. Hutchinson, sup't, req. for exp., Vt. St Hosp. 

for Insane, 10, 012 97 

6704 Albro F. Nichols, clerk, court exp., Cal. Co., 2,000 GO 

6705 J. R. Pember, clerk, court exp., Windsor Co., 3,000 00 

6706 S. A. Andrews, sup't, req. for exp., Indus. Sch., 1,775 00 

6707 D. L. Morgan, sup't, req. for exp., H. of C, 1,500 UO 

6708 E. W. Oakes, sup't, req. for exp., state prison, 2,000 00 
31 6709 Andrew Maurer, binding records, stat'y supplies, 

Bennington Co. clerk, 23 45 

6710 Arthur Russell, jailer's account, Bennington Co., 162 65 

6711 Rufus Wainright, clerk, ct exp., Addison Co., 1,000 00 

6712 C. S. Emery, clerk, court exp., Orange Co., 1,500 00 
June 1 6713 John A. Fletcher, treas., app. due Middleb'y Col., 1,200 00 

6714 E. A. Shaw, treas., approp. due Norwich Univ., 1,200 00 

6715 E. Henry Powell, approp. U. V. M., & income 

Agricultural College fund, 7,065 00 

6716 M. G. Amsden, fun. exp. & headstone, dec. vet, 

Reading, 50 00' 

6717 Wendell P. Stafford, sal. & exp.. Judge sup. ct, 856 17 

6718 Henry R. Start, sal. & exp. as judge sup. court, 906 84 

6719 John W. Rowell, sal. & exp. as judge sup. court, 845 88 

6720 Loveland Munson, sal. & exp. as judge sup. ct, 886 48 

6721 Henry S. Bingham, ser. & exp. as R. R. com'r, 148 45 

3 6722 E. H. Holden, dep. elk., ct ex., June term. 1902, 1,000 00 
6723 S. B. Waite, clerk, court exp., Lamoille Co., 2,500 uO^ 

4 6724 Jas. M. Tyler, sal. & exp. as judge supreme ct, 936 52 

6 6725 D. W. Steele, sal. as state's att'y, Franklin Co., 600 OO 

6726 Wm. W. Stickney, salary as governor, 375 OO 

6727 W. H. Gilmore, sal. & clerk adj't general, 375 00 

7 6728 Richard A. Hoar, sal. as state's att'y. Wash. Co., 60^) tjo 

6729 Fred A. Howland, sal as sec'y of st & ins. com'r, 675 00 ^ 

6730 Hiram A. Huse, salary as state librarian, 175 0<> 

6731 Edward M. Goddard, sal. as ass't state librarian, 250 00^ 

6732 J. E. Cushman, sal. & cler. ser. as com'r st taxes, 404 00 

6733 W. W. Manning, treas., b'nty on 35 foxes, 1 lynx, 

Weston, 26 OO 

9 6734 Horace F. Graham, sal. & exp. as state's att'y, 

Orleans Co., 411 07 

6735 B. C. Mower, sal. as state's att'y, Chittenden Co., 750 iX> 

6736 G. B. Lawrence, sal. as state's att'y, Rutland Co., 750 00 
10 6737 John H. Watson, sal. & exp. as judge sup. ct, 8t>3 la 

6738 J. C. Steams, treas., req. for exp., Sol. Home, 2,020 0t) 

6730 Walter E. Ranger, sal. cler. ser. & ex. sup't ed., 1.127 5JS 

6740 John L. Bacon, sal. & exp. as st treas. Ins. com'r, 1»^0 37 

6741 E. A. Davis, ser. & ex., F. & G. com., sup't St H., 273 0«> 

6742 James W. Brock, exp. as serg't-at-arms, l.HS 5<> 

6743 The Caledonia Co., printing & binding. 83 50 

6744 C. J. Bell, ser. & exp. as cat. com'r, mem. b'd agr., 615 IG 

6745 S. W. Landon, exp., mem. lib. com., trav. lib., 181 ii4 

6746 L. M. Greene, ser. & exp. as sup'r of insane, 99 t>2 



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-June 10 6747 
6748 

13 6749 

14 6750 
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16 6752 
6753 
6764 
6755 

6756 
6757 
20 6758 
6759 
6760 
6761 
6762 
6763 
6764 
6765 

23 6766 
6767 
6768 
6769 
6770 
6771 
6772 
6773 
6774 

24 6775 
6776 
6777 

6778 
6779 

6780 
6781 
6782 
6783 
6784 
6785 
6786 
6787 
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6791 
6792 
6793 
6794 
6795 
6796 
6797 
6798 
6799 
6800 
6801 
6802 



David S. CJonant, aal, as st. att'y, Orange Co., $400 00 
David E. Porter, sal. as state's att'y, Cal. Co., 400 00 
W. H. Taylor, ser. & exp. as Cal. Co. exam'r, 213 56 

Willard Farrington. counsel fee, Grand Isle Co., 268 42 
H. M. Mott, counsel fee, Grand Isle Co., 373 00 

C. S. Emery, clerk, court exp., Orange Co., 500 00 

D. Li. Morgan, supt, req. for exp., H. of C, 600 00 

E. W. Oakes, supt., req. for exp., st. prison, 2,000 00 
M. Hutchinson, supt., req. for ex., Vt. St. Hosp. 

for Insane, 8,500 00 

B. M. Harvey, ser., exp. & disb., elk. R. R. com'r, 317 05 
D. W. Steele, fees, ins. pau. hgs. & R. R. com'rs, 64 50 
M. B. Smilie, clk*s ac, sup. court, Wash. Co., 811 97 
M. B. Smilie, 22 bills of costs & returns, 354 35 
Geo. S. AverlU, 3 justice bills costs & returns, 39 95 
J. K. Fullerton, 2 Justice bills costs & returns, 42 23 
M. W. Miles, 2 justice bills costs & returns, 42 72 

C. C. Graves, sheriff's ac, sup. ct. and Wash. Co., 852 75 

A. G. Fay, 57 bills costs & returns. Barre City, 880 06 

F. H. Tracy, jailer's acct, Washington Co., 400 30 
John Thomas, V. S., testing cattle, 76 58 

B. M. Flint. V. S., testing cattle, 98 50 
A. K Atwood, V. S., testing cattle, 24 00 
J. C. Parker, V. S., testing cattle, 46 55 
Geo. A. Miller, V. S., testing cattle, 86 13 
J. S. Dutton, V. S., testing cattle, 92 85 
Herman Philipsen, V. S., testing cattle, 99 55 

D. H. Udall, V. S., testing cattle, 52 07 

A. B. CuUey, V. S., testing cattle, 75 00 
St. Albans Mess. Co., printing, 126 00 
M. C. Noyes, fun. exp, & h. s. dec. vet., Sharon, 49 50 
L. M. Hutchinson, fun. exp. & h. s. dec. vet., 

Montpeller, 50 00 

E. B. Palmer, fun. exp. & h. s. dec. vet., Bristol, 50 00 
D. C. Hawley, fun. exp. & h. s. dec. vet., Bur- 
lington, 60 00 

W. K. Howe, fun. exp. & h. s. dec. vet., Tunbridge, 48 00 

B. F. Wyman, fun. exp & h. s. dec. vet., Chester, 50 00 
J. W. Ripley, h. s. dec. vet., Castleton, 15 00 
H. Dressel, Jr., ser. & exp. as Windsor Co. ex., 110 81 
John E. Allen, ser. & exp., Chittenden Co. ex., 105 95 
Ed. G. Baldwin, ser. & exp., Orleans Co. ex., 224 38 
Chas. L. Simmons, ser. & ex., Bennington Co. ex., 103 85 
Union Card Co., printing for sec'y of state, 17 35 
The Register Co., printing & binding, 55 00 
Wheelock & Dawley, printing & binding, 79 00 

C. L. Erwin, ser. & exp., supervisor of insane, 136 98 
C. H. Maxham, ser. & ex., trus. St. H. for Ins., 59 99 
Alexander Dunnett, counsel fee, Caledonia Co., 20 00 

F. S. Piatt, sal. & exp., inspector of finance, 346 94 
W. H. Gllmore, req. for exp., V. N. G., 1,207 00 
C. C. Gllmore, ser. & ex. as com'r, Swant'n hatch., 425 00 
O. D. Mathewson, ser. & exp. as Wash. Co. ex., 100 41 
Dr. W. H. Robinson, 3 cattle killed. 30 00 
C. K. Thompson, 15 head cattle killed, 237 50 
C. H. Vaughan, treas., 1 cow killed, 17 50 
Patrick McDonough, 1 cow killed, 35 00 
J. E. Morse, 1 horse killed. 10 00 
Henry Squires, 1 cow killed, 20 00 



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76 BIENNIAL REPORT OF THE) 

Date. No. Name. For what Amount 

June 24 6803 John H. Root, 14 head cattle killed, $210 00 

6804 S. A. George, 2 head cattle killed, 16 00 

6805 J. H. Beckwith, 2 cows killed, 15 00 

6806 S. E. Bonett, 3 head cattle killed, 34 OO 

6807 W. E. Albee, 5 head cattle killed, 80 OO 

6808 G. H. Stickney, 3 oxen & 2 cows killed, 100 OO 

6809 W. H. Barker, 4 cows & 1 bull killed, 120 00 

25 6810 Orion M. Barker, sal. & exp. as auditor of accts., 576 01 

6811 Thos. C. Cheney, sal. as state's atty, Lamoille Co., 250 OO 

6812 L. H. Lewis, printing dockets, etc., Lamoille Co., 56 00 

6813 T. J. Mallory, selectman, fun. ex. & h. s. dec. vet, 50 OO 

6814 Geo. S. Foster, ser. & exp. as supervisor of Ins., 142 30 

6815 R. M. Harvey, counsel fee, Orange Co., 12 00 

6816 S. M. Gleason, sal. as probate judge, 300 00 

6817 Robert Chase, sal. & exp. as probate judge, 262 60 

6818 Thos. C. Bobbins, sal. as probate Judge, 500 00 

6819 Otis N. Kilton, sal. & exp. as probate judge, 630 65 

26 6820 Zina H. Albee, ser. & exp., dir. St P. & H. of C, 44 39 

6821 H. H. Lucas, ser. & fees as com'r & coL taxes 165 62 

6822 T. W. Maloney, disb. as counsel St v. Lonegan, 14 00 

6823 J. T. Stearns, clerk, 85 bills of costs, 1,577 27 

6824 John V. Carney, sal. & exp. as probate judge, 336 00 

6825 A. A. Butterfleld, 2 justice bills costs & returns, 42 74 

6826 W. S. Newton, 3 justice bills costs & returns, 81 62 

6827 W. R. Boyd, 1 justice bUl costs & returns, 12 76 

6828 ^ina H. Albee, 1 justice biU costs & returns, 22 67 

6829 Julian J. Snow, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 32 48 

6830 H. P, Farr, 1 jusUce bill costs & returns, 16 06 

6831 James B. Wallace, 5 justice bills costs & returns, 37 23 

6832 Chas. W. Kelley, 3 Justice bills costs & returns, 40 65 

6833 Harlan Phelps, 11 justice bills costs & returns, 144 73 

27 6834 B. L. Waterman, sal. as probate judge, 400 00 

6835 Henry L. Clark, sal. & exp., probate judge, 330 00 

6836 Wm. H. Nichols, sal. as probate judge, 300 00 

6837 E. C. White, sal. & exp. as probate Judge, 322 60 

6838 E. A. Hasseltine, sal. & exp., probate judge, 314 51 

6839 M. A. Bingham, sal. & exp., pi-obate judge, 776 98 

6840 Jonathan Ross, ser. & ex. as ch*rman R. R. com'r, 125 71 

6841 Marsh O. Perkins, ser. & exp., direct St. P. & 

House of Correction, 21 05 

6842 Wm. H. Taylor, counsel fee, Caledonia Co., 100 00 

6843 E. R. Buck, counsel fee, Windsor Co., 13 00 

6844 W. P. Abbott, ser. & exp. as Rutland Co. ex., 125 86 

6845 H. D. Ryder, ser. & exp. as Windham Co. ex.. 164 92 

6846 J. J. Shakshober, sal. as state's atty, Benn. Co., 400 00 

6847 Adin F. Miller, treas., 21 fox bounties, Dummer- 

ston, 12 00 

6848 A. D. L. Hen-ick, treas., 51 fox bounties, 1 

lynx, Chester, 35 00 

6849 Henry S. Burt, treas., 2 fox bounties, 4 lynx, 

Sunderland, 21 20 

6850 W. C. Bingham, treas., 25 fox bount, Bristol, 15 00 

6851 J. A. Harrington, treas., 10 fox bounties, Vergennes, 6 00 

6852 W. :M. Wheeler, treas., 24 fox bounties, 13 rat- 

tlesnakes, ??pringfield, 27 40 

6853 H. S. Root treas., 28 fox bount., Newport 16 80 

6854 H. H. Ballard, treas., 23 fox bounties, 1 lynx, 

Tinmouth, 18 SO 

6855 W. P. Townsend, treas., 24 fox bounties, Chelsea, 14 40 

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Date. No. Name. For what. Amount 

June 27 6856 E. A. Moore, treas., 13 fox bouoties, 1 lynx, 
Plymouth, 

6857 W. H. Brackett, treas., 27 fox boun., Brattleboro, 

6858 F. G. Nichols, treas., 25 fox bounties, Richmond, 

6869 L. P. Jones, treas., 25 fox bounties, Derby, 

6860 C. B. Parsons, treas., 3 fox bounties, Fletcher, 

6861 Will L. Davis, treas., 2 fox bounties, 2 bears, C. 

of Rutland, 

6862 L. C. Davis, treas., 37 fox bounties, Burke, 

6863 W. P. Gary, treas., 13 fox bount., WaUingford, 

6864 S. K. Burbank, treas., 31 fox bount, 1 lynx, 

Pittaford, 
F. G. Southgate, treas., 9 fox bounties, Woodstock, 
Amasa Thompson, treas., 7 fox bount, Pownal,- 
6867 A. A. Niles, treas., 17 fox bounties, 3 lynx, Mor- 

ristown, 
W. G. Robie, treas., 1 fox bount., Franklin, 
Geo. T. Eastman, treas., 4 fox bount., Walden, 

6870 O. E. Luce, treas., 26 fox bounties, Stowe, 

6871 Geo. S. Robinson, treas., 36 fox bounties, 4 
bears, Brighton, 69 60 

6872 £. L. Hastings, treas., 22 fox bounties, 1 lynx, 
Townshend, 18 20 

6873 M. W. Rounds, treas., 56 fox bounties, 1 bear, 
Richford, 46 80 

6874 N. H. Ricker, treas., 15 fox bount, Ryegate, 9 00 

6875 L. G. Seeger, treas., 17 fox bounties, Addison, 10 20 

6876 F. G. Spaulding, treas., 14 fox bounties, Sherburne, 8 40 

6877 Ghas. W. Whitcomb, treas., 22 fox bounties, 1 
lynx, Gavendlsh, 22 40 

6878 Moses B. Gove, treas., 19 fox bounties, 2 lynx, 2 
bears, Lincoln, 45 40 

6879 W. H. Roberts, treas., 39 fox bounties, 2 lynx, 2 
bears, Manchester, 

6880 Geo. W. Briggs, treas., 11 fox bount, Wardsboro, 

6881 Geo. W. Morse, treas., 52 fox bount., Waterbury, 

6882 H. G. Wilcox, treas., 26 fox bounties. Concord, 

6883 A. F. Durkee, treas., b'nty, 16 foxes, Sheldon, 

6884 M. L. Whitney, treas., b*nty, 7 foxes, Stamford, 

6885 Ira W. Tupper, treas., b'nty, 9 foxes, Ferrisburgh, 

6886 D. H. Bennett, treas., b'nty, 22 foxes, Brldport, 

6887 Myron Barton, treas., b*nty, 43 foxes, 3 lynx, 
Shaftsb*y, 

6888 Gideon Abbey, treas., b'nty, 16 foxes, Orwell, 

6889 Harry T. Gushman, clerk, ct exp., Benn. Go., 2,500 00 

6890 Geo. H. Watson, treas., b'nty, 18 foxes. Hartford, 10 80 

6891 W. H. Burbank, treas., b*nty, 18 fxs. Bamet, 1901, 24 60 
28 6892 O. E. Butterfleld, treas., b'nty, 39 fxs, Wilmington, 23 40 

6898 Barron Hay, treas., b*nty, 30 foxes, Bradford. 18 00 

6894 C. H. BIgelow, treas., b'nty, 23 foxes, Brookfield, 13 80 

6895 W. B. Halbert, treas., b*nty, 12 foxes, St Albans, 7 20 
6806 W. H. Gllmore, treas., b*nty, 17 foxes, Falrlee, 10 20 
6897 H. B. Denman, treas., b'nty, 7 foxes, 1 lynx, 

Pawlet. 9 20 

Nathan B. Gobb, treas., b'nty, 18 foxes, Stafford, 10 80 
A. H. Bowen, treas., b'nty, 19 foxes, Berkshire, 11 40 

6900 F. E. Smith, treas., b'nty, 9 foxes, 1 lynx, Jamaica, 10 40 

6901 B. O. Aldrich, treas., b'nty, 34 foxes, 2 bears, 
Shrewsbury, 49 40 



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4 20 


5 40 


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78 BIENNIAL RBPOBT OP THB 

Date. No. Name. For what Amount 

June 28 6902 M. Shattuck, treas., b*nty, 24 foxes, Eden, $14 40 

6903 A. W. Harris, treas., b'nty, 10 foxes, Windsor, 6 00 

6904 Nelson D. Parker, treas., b'nty, 5 foxes, 1 bear, 
Chittenden, 15 00 

6906 Wm. B. MeElroy, treas., b*nty, 43 fxs, Middlesex, 25 80 

6906 M. V. B. Vance, treas., b'nty, 51 fxs, Lunenburgh, 30 60 

6907 Geo. Messenger, treas., b'nty, 26 foxes, Norwich, 15 60 
A. S. Batten, treas., b'nty, 10 foxes, 1 lynx, 

Stannard, 11 00 

A. A. Dunklee, treas., b'nty, 2 foxes, Vernon, 1 20 

6910 J. W. Hazeltlne, treas., b'nty, 16 foxes, 1 lynx, 

Andover, 14 60 

6011 W. J. Schoff, treas., b'nty, 11 fxs, 1 bear. Canaan, 18 60 

6912 D. D. Cole, treas., b'nty, 28 fxs, 1 lynx, Castleton, 21 80 

6913 M. C. Knight, treas., b'nty, 52 fxs, 1 lynx, New'by, 36 20 

6914 C. J. Brooks, treas., b'nty, 18 foxes, Coventry, 10 80 

6915 W. W. Manning, treas., bounty, 18 foxes, Weston, 10 80 

6916 W. W. Hlgbee, treas., bounty, 19 fxs, Charlotte, 11 40 

6917 C. H. Vaughan, treas., bounty, 4 foxes, Pomfret, 2 40 

6918 Frank H. Tyler, treas., b'nty, 28 fxs, Londonderry, 16 80 

6919 L. A. Post, treas., bounty, 7 foxes, Georgia, 4 20 

6920 C. E. Pinney, treas., bounty, 3 foxes, Mlddlebury, 1 80 

6921 J. S. Gordon, treas., bounty, 11 foxes, Alburgh, 6 60 

6922 Ira A. Shattuck, treas., b'nty, 25 fxs, Hardwick, 15 00 

6923 Ev W. Billings, treas., b'nty, 34 foxes, Hartland, 20 40 

6924 B. B. Scribner, treas., b'nty, 35 foxes, Corinth, 21 00 

6925 O. T. Walter, treas., b'nty, 12 foxes. East Haven, 7 20 

6926 L. M. Read, sal. as probate Judge, District of 
Westminster, 850 00 

6927 Walter P. Smith, sal. as probate judge, District 
of Caledonia, 460 00 

6928 Wm. Haynes, sal. & exp. as probate Judge, Dis- 
trict of Grand Isle, 172 16 

6929 W. B. EdgertoD, sal. & exp. as probate Judge, 
District of Manchester, 285 08 

6930 T. O. Seaver, sal. & exp. as probate Judge, Dis- 
trict of Hartford, 548 48 

6931 Wm. H. Bliss, sal. & exp. as probate Judge, Dis- 
trict of Addison, 338 18 

6932 J. O. Sanford, ser. & exp. st highway com'r, 504 20 
6983 Geo. A. Weston, sal. as st att'y, Windham Co., 400 00 

6934 Helen M. Blake, ser. & exp. as Essex Co. exam'r, 116 62 

6935 Leonora E. Marvin, ser. & exp. as Grand Isle Co. 
examiner, 59 60 

6986 H. E. Rustedt, ser. & exp. as Franklin Co. exam'r, 118 74 

6937 A. G. Whitham, counsel fee under assignment, 46 50 

30 6938 J. W. Sanborn, treas.. bounty, 22 foxes. Lyndon, 13 20 

6939 L. B. Chapman, treas., bounty, 5 foxes, Windham, 3 00 

6940 Chester Dickey, treas., b'nty, 13 fxs, Washington, 7 80 

6941 J. F. Miles, treas., b'nty, 5 fxs, Hinesburgh, 3 00 

6942 V. N. Forbes, treas., bounty, 6 foxes, 4 rattle- 
snakes, W. Haven, 7 60 

6943 M. D. Welch, treas., bounty, 41 foxes, Wheelock, 24 6<> 

6944 Chapin Leonard, treas., bounty, 16 foxes. Glover, 9 60 
6W5 E. M. Brunette, treas., bounty, 14 foxes, Swanton, 8 40 

6946 Wm. F. Davis, treas., bounty. 17 foxes, Thetford, 10 2» 

6947 C. B. Williams, treas., bounty, 17 fxs, 3 bears, 
Windham, 46 20 



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I>ata No. Name. For what Amount 

June 30 6948 F. W. Carpenter, treas., bounty, 80 foxes, 1 lynx, 

Rupert, $53 00 

6949 Geo. E. Ohild, treas., b'nty, 13 foxes, Weybridge. 7 80 

6i;50 R. I. Batchelder, treas., bounty, 16 foxes, Peru, 9 60 

6951 E. W. Brown, treas., bounty, 17 foxes, Waterfd, 10 20 

6952 O. H. Ford, treas., bounty, 2 foxes. Victory, 1 20 

6953 W. Frank Jones, treas., bounty, 12 foxes, Dover, 7 20 

6954 O. S. Dean, treas., bounty, 2 foxes. Monk ton, 1 20 

6955 D. E. Parkhurst, treas., bounty, 15 foxes, Sharon, 9 00 

6956 F. E. Alfred, sal. as probate Judge, Dlst Or- 

leans, & exp., 468 10 

6957 Brown & Moore, printing & stationery supplies, 317 77 
6968 E. L. Ingalls, ser. & exp. as Lamoille Co. exam'r, 104 20 

6959 W. E. Howard, ser. & exp. as St Nor. Sch. com'r, 179 04 

6960 H. G. Thomas, ser. & exp. as F. & G. com*r, 78 20 

6961 Geo. Stephens, V. S.. testing cattle, 157 81 

6962 Oeo. Altken, V. S., testing cattle, 51 19 

6963 William Ashley, 1 cow killed, 15 00 

6964 W. B. Hutchinson, 1 cow killed, 12 50 

6965 John L. Cloud, 1 cow killed, 15 00 

6966 C. E. Crowley, 1 cow killed, 10 00 

6967 L. C. Spaulding & Son, 18 head of cattle killed, 360 00 

6968 Martha M. Bates. adm*r, 1 calf killed, 2 50 

6969 I. B. Gilbert 1 cow killed, 12 50 

6970 T. W. Sibley, 3 justice bills costs & returns, 23 37 

6971 Salmon Green, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 11 65 

6972 N. R. Miller. 1 justice bill costs & returns, 4 76 

6973 H. H. Fuller, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 11 85 

6974 Geo. H. Safford, 2 justice bills costs & returns, 28 70 

6975 Luther B. Hunt 9 justice bills costs & returns, 71 36 

6976 A. L. Thompson, 5 justice bills costs & returns, 06 33 

6977 M. E. Barr, 4 justice bills costs & returns, 68 58 

6978 Geo. E. Stebbins. 4 justice bills costs & returns, 71 (55 

6979 Chas. B. Parsons, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 11 06 
•S980 B. H. Fuller, 2 justice bills costs & returns, 86 12 

6981 A. D. Horskin. 1 justice bill costs & returns, 9 42 

6982 M. Castello, 13 justice bills costs & returns. 110 58 

6983 T. B. Wheeler. 14 justice bills costs & returns, 120 75 

0984 Alexander Gosher, 4 justice bills costs & returns, 50 75 

0985 W. K. Famsworth, 1 justice bill costs & returns, 43 93 

6986 Wm. Xathanial. 3 justice bills costs & returns, 24 26 

6987 F. M. Plumley, 2 justice bills costs & returns, 17 65 

6988 Wiirs M. Rose*, 16 justices b'Us coi^U & returns, 184 66 

6989 S. E. Lawton, Supt account, Brattleboro Retreat 

for Insane Poor. 18,538 OS 

6990 Ohas. H. Darling, 59 bills costs & return, Munici- 

pal Court 866 17 

6991 Geo. W. Deberville, 29 justice bills of costs & 

returns, Chittenden Co., 385 85 

6992 Frank L. Graves. 27 justice bills of costs & 

returns. Chittenden Co.. 338 43 

6993 Chas. L. HoWe, 81 bills costs & returns, Rutland 

Co., 1,200 76 

6994 J. K. Batchelder, counsel fee, Bennington Co., 110 00 

6995 F. C. Archibald, counsel fee, Bennington Co., 94 50 

6996 Hiram Carieton, sal. & exp. as probate judge, 

District of Washington. 726 76 

6997 Wm. H. Eldridge. treas., bounty, 5 foxes. Proctor, 3 00 

6998 W. F. Scott treas., bounty, 11 foxes, Brandon, 6 60 



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Date. No. Name. For what. Amount. 

June 30 6099 M. B. Chafey, treas., bounty, 25 foxes, $15 UO 

7000 N. W. Foster, treas., bounty, 21 foxes, WhiUng, 12 OO 

7001 E. M. Hubbell, treas,, bounty, 23 foxes, Wolcott, 13 80 

7002 B. S. Bristol, treas.., bounty, 22 foxes, Panton, 13 20 

7003 A. W. Bohonnon, treas., bty, 8 foxes, 1 br., Bolton, 1« &0 

7004 Wm. F. Walker, treas., bounty, 9 foxes, 42 rattle- 

snakes, Fair Haven, 47 40 

7005 B. C. Woodworth, treas., b*nty, 10 foxes, Arlington. <K) 

7006 X. A. Bucklln, treas., bounty, 28 foxes, Sudbury, 16 80 

7007 Fred I. Lane, treas., bounty, 28 foxes, 2 lynx, 

Westminster, 26 Si) 

7008 O. B. Kendall, treas., bounty, 21 foxes, Shoreham, 12 OO 

7009 O. C. Ti^wksbury, treas., bounty, 12 fxs, Woreeater, 7 20- 

7010 H. S. Stone, treas., bounty, 15 foxes, Westford, 9 00 

7011 A. C. Jones, treas., bounty, 24 foxes, Halifax. 14 40 

7012 P. H. Hadley, treas., bounty, 5 foxes, Rockingham, 3 OO 

7013 S. R. Fletcher, treas., bounty, 12 foxes, Holland, 7 20 
4 7014 L. G. Ferguson, treas., b'nty, 34 foxes, Starksboro, 20 40 

7015 W. P. Bartlett, treas., bounty, 21 foxes, Morgan, 12 60 

7016 A. T. Holbrook, treas., bounty, 8 foxes, Lemington, 4 80 

7017 Timothy Billings, treas., bounty, 13 foxes, Rlpton, 7 80 

7018 P. C. Houghton, treas., bounty, 10 foxes, Kirby, 6 00 

7019 Ed. H. SJhattuck, treas., b'nty, 18 fxs, B'dgewater, 10 80 

7020 John Fargo, treas., bounty, 19 foxes, Huntington, 11 40 

7021 Lr. B. AUIs, treas., bounty, 30 foxes, Vershire, 18 OO 

7022 Philip Royce, treas., bounty, 2 foxes, W. Windsor, 1 20 

7023 A. Paddock, treas., bounty, 15 foxes, Craftsbury, 9 OO 

7024 J. H. Kingsley, treas., Vnty, 12 fxs, 1 bear, Clar'd'n, 19 20 

7025 B. W. Oilman, treas., bounty, 24 foxes, Marshfleld, 14 40 

7026 W. S. Bascom, treas., bounty, 8 foxes, Benson, 4 80 

7027 Geo. Kent, treas., bounty, 16 foxes, Calais, 9 60 

7028 F. A. Buchanan, treas., bounty, 4 foxes, Irasburgh, 2 40 

7029 Orvis Fltts, treas., bounty, 21 foxes, Cabot, 12 60 

7030 E. A. Heath, treas., bounty, 14 foxes, Warren. 8 40 

7031 O. N. Hiook, treas., b'nty, 50 fxs, 3 lynx, Reading, 45 OO 

7032 Chas. Ingalls, treas., bounty, 4 foxes, Sheffield. 2 40 

7033 Everett Forsyth, treas., bounty, 45 foxes, Topsham, 27 00 

7034 Fred Johnston, treas., bounty, 9 foxes, 1 bear, 

Mt Tabor, 17 40 

7035 D. F. Johnson, treas., bounty, 17 foxes, Newark, 10 20 

7036 O. H. Palmer, treas.. b'nty, 1 fox, 1 lynx. Stratton, 5 00 

7037 Timothy R. Merrill, treas., Vnty, 3 fxs. City Montp., 1 SO 

7038 W. W. Hutchinson, treas.. b'nty. 67 fxs, Bnosb'g, 40 20 

7039 Robert B. Young, treas., b*nty, 6 fxs, Glastenb'y, 

7040 V. W. Ranney, treas., b*nty, 1 fox, Brookline, 

7041 C. C. Cramton, treas., b'nty, 4 foxes, Ira, 

7042 H. C. Pierce, treas., b*nty, 22 foxes, Barton, 
7013 Geo. H. Trask, treas., b*nty, 24 fxs, 1 bear, Roch., 

7044 J. S. Gordon, treas., b'nty, 1 fox, Alburgh, to 

take up order No. 1744 June 19, 1899, 

7045 H. S. Willson, ac. Benn. Co. sheriCTs bill for coal, 

7046 Frank A. Walker, sal. as prob. J., DIst Windsor, 

7047 E. C. Bennett, clerical serv., auditor's office. 

7048 Geo. W. Wheelwright Paper Co., paper st ptg.. 

Total amount of orders drawn during 

fiscal year ending June 30, 1902 $688,050 IS 



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2 


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13 


20 


20 40 




60 


194 


55 


400 OO 


2.'S0 


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203 


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81 



Bii-L /or the 9upport of the Ifnane Poor of the State, for the Tear Ending June 

30, 190a 
STATE OF VERMONT, 

To the Brattlehoro Retreat, Dr. 
F^r Bupport of 



NAMB. 


Ratidecoa. 


If 


•^^r 


Amount. 


Claaa. 


Tiin^bTTIv^lttn. . 


Bntland 


52 
52 
52 
52 
53 
52 
52 
52 
52 
52 
62 


52 

4 6-7 
52 
52 
52 

18 1-7 
52 
52 
58 
52 
52 
52 
52 
52 
52 
52 
52 
52 
52 
52 
52 
52 
52 
52 
62 
52 
52 
62 
52 
52 
52 
52 
62 
52 
62 
52 
52 
52 
52 
62 
62 

3 3-7 
62 
46 
52 
5i 
52 


8 75 
8 76 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 76 
3 76 
8 76 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 76 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 

2 25 

3 75 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 

92I+-03 
8 75 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
8 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 


#195 00 
196 00 
196 00 
196 00 
196 00 

195 00 

196 00 

195 00 

196 00 
196 00 

195 00 
38 76 

196 00 
17 68 

195 00 

196 00 
196 00 

49 28 
195 00 

195 00 
105 00 

196 00 

195 00 

196 00 
195 00 
195 00 

195 00 

196 00 
196 00 

195 00 

196 00 
195 00 
117 00 
195 00 
195 00 
195 00 
195 00 
195 00 
195 00 
105 00 
195 00 
195 00 
195 00 
195 00 
195 00 

48 00 
195 00 
195 00 
195 00 
195 00 
195 00 
195 00 
195 00 

12 86 
195 00 
172 60 
195 00 
195 00 
195 00 


Trans't. 


IflftliM^lFolfT .,...„... 


Rutland 


« 


Ifiehaal ifadJgan; 


Criminal. 


l^rad Mairay ......••••••••> 

lllohael FItsiNilriek 

Xonlaa BowkarT 


Irans't. 


Monkton 

Bannington...... 

Button — . 


•• 
Town. 


CliM. H. Rail 


M 


flanmnl B. Oonant ..... 


Barnard ......... 


N 


Patar Coyle 


Windaor.. ...... 


M 


Gao. P. (Mc 


Arlington 

Waldflo 


•• 


Prodlc S. Canilald 


M 


KalllaB. Wanier 


M 


lioavall P Pnw 


M 


WilUaB L. Dnntan 


Concord .••...... 


H 


Heoiietta HJtcbcook 


Troy 


H 


GMheriiM Hayea 


FairHayan 

Nawport.. ....... 


« 


lAonun H. Haokatt 


« 


Steplian M. Haath 


RatlLid 


fc 


Ifatria Irving 


Bannibgton 

Brattlaboro 

Jarlcbo 


H 


Tloca A. Johnaon ........... 


M 




M 


Jamaa Miinlaak 


Middlabory 

WlUlaton.. 

Brattlaboro 

Jamaica ..••..... 


k» 


Wm. J. If onaon 


M 


IMHh C?^ "Hann. .w ,.. ....... 


« 


Gm. Pbalpa 


M 


JoaiahPMMlirr......... 


Nawport......... 


M 


JameaRocera 


Bannington 

Rntlan2 


M 


John Sallivan 


*i 


Bllan Avmnar. 


Troy.... ••.••.... 


•k 


Banial SulllTaD 


Brattlaboro 

Rntland 


t» 


I«aey R. Soatbwiek 


* 


Charlaa Stacey 


Danby 


1* 


Daniel Tonar". 


Charlotta 

Panton ....«••■. 


M 


BmilT Tan Bfoeka 


•» 


LMy A. Townaband 

Lanra Tylar 


Dnmmaraton .... 
Granby 




^▼i Undanrood 


vl^.^m 

jsnrixngson ...... 

Burlington 

Hartiand 

BaatCorintb 

St. Johnabury... 

Saadgata 

West Rntland... 
St. Johnabory... 

DanvIUe 

St. Johnsbary ... 

St Johns bory... 
Newark ......... 


a 


Amallif Vaftt 


14 


Xmily Warner 


•• 


Gao. V. Wlllard 


M 


LeonH. Willay 


•» 


John H. Brown 


- 


Snaan If «fflt 


•» 


Joaaph 1/aonard. ............ 


U 


Gei^D Cbaaley. ....... ...... 


•> 


Abbia Caawafi 


U 


JohnSbaalay 


i* 


Bdwin H. Litchflald 

Franks. Saafom 


u 


Nallia A. HartwaU — . 


H 


Halan Wbaaloak 


Brattlaboro 

Benson .......... 

Weat Rntland... 

Marlboro 

Bannington 

N. Chester 

Brandon -,,-.,,-- 


1. 


Wm. A. Allan 


W 


Carria Waita 


«« 


Alfzandar Garaaaz. ■ . . . ^ . . . 


1. 


C^tna Bruea ..... 


M 


Uarsmret Bafillah 


M 


IffarTA. Marflh 


»» 


Wilfia J. Goodnougb 

aamoal T. Sinclair 


t. 


Burlington 


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BIENNIAL REPORT OF THE 



KAUB. 



TbM. J. Harpby 

Lillian R. BlmpAon 

LoQi4A K. Morgan 

Caroline Oatea 

Peter Ponlin 

Cbaa. L. Dooloa 

John Gol«brook 

Morton C. Davla 

Myron Aklej 

Emma Carpenter 

Newton W. Holt 

Lyman A. Bontwell... 

Mary Bleaonette 

HattleOaket 

Anna LIndbolm 

Mary A. Traak 

Fanny Weeks 

MaryBarteU 

Hiram K. Adama 

Kllsabetb M. Raiaell.. 
Catherine M. Wbltney. 

Ellen Farrell 

Mattle L. Randall 

Walter 8. Osbonie 

Jobn Wiibman , 

BUen Sheriden — 

Scott L. Danham , 

EltsaMcQarry 

Mary Maok 

Bacbel M. 8mead 

Mary J. Beekett , 

Bliaabetb P. Orenier . . . 

Rose Qalgley < 

Mary Laterio 

Jobn Kennedy , 

Helen U. Demlng 

Martin Qainn , 

Geo. L. Hall 

Herman V. Hewett..... 
Waldo B. Riobardson... 

Ida Bnlfam 

Jobn Canfleld 

Electa Tiffany 

Hermon HibMble 

Jobn Connors 

Minnie A. Cnrtia 

Johanab Barry 

Korab Cammings 

Stella Catossi , 

Oeo. Fairbrotber 

Sarab E. Steward 

Jamea Wilklna , 

R. M. Cook 

Jamea Lyons 

Eva L. Joy , 

Daniel H. Mason , 

FrankUn Cakes , 

Antonie Erriokson 

Lotber 8. Crapo 

Acbsah Vemona King.. 

Andrew Webster 

Marcia Adams 

Minnie J. Cbsmberlln. 
Abner P. Townsend ... 

Park W. Sbearer 

AddleB. G.Wilson.... 

Geo. Brown 

Calesta Cowdrey 

Lyman Myers 

Lydia M. MaramvUle.. 

Sadie Cretti 

Curtis C. Field 

Fred C. Harrington .... 

Alpna Kimball. 

Henry Beandry 



Realdenoe. 




Borllngton 

Springfield 

Rntlaad 

Briatol 

Rutland 

Weat Rutland.. 

Patney 

Patney 

Marlboro 

PlynoQth 

Bennington..... 

Townaend 

Kortb Powna!.. 
Weat Windsor.. 

Proetor 

Plymouth 

Clarendon 

Rutland 

Rutland 

Brattlebon 

Bennington .... 

Mendon 

Cheater 

Rutland 

Prootor 

West Rutland.. 

Athens 

West Rutland.. 

Vernon , 

Springfield 

Ponltney 

West Rutland.. 

Ooraet , 

Woodford , 

Brattleboro 

Brandon , 

Weat Rutland.. 

Newfsne 

Sbrewabury .... 

Brattleboro 

Claredon 

Arlington ....... 

Pittaford 

Bennington 

Rutland 

No. Bennington 

Fair HaT«n 

Bennington 

Prootor 

Rookingbam ... 

Claredon 

Bennington 

Putney , 

Bennington 

Rotland , 

Kookingbam.... 

Bennington 

Brattleboro 

Pittaford , 

Sunderland .... 

Sndburr 

Springfield 

Brattleboro 

W.Duramerston 

Guilford 

Pittsford 

Rutland 

Lyndon viUe.... 

Pownal 

Rutland 

Readsboro 

Putney 

Danbv 

Bennington 

Rockingham.... 



8 

52 
62 
M 
52 
52 
52 
52 
52 
52 

10 5-7 
52 5-7 
52 

63 

U4-7 

62 

52 

62 

52 

98 2-7 

52 

52 

88 8-7 
52 

52 
52 
52 
52 
52 
52 
52 
52 
52 

7 2-7 
84 4-7 
52 

62 
9 8-7 

11 2-7 
21 

89 2-7 
52 

52 
62 

80 8-7 
14 5-7 
52 
52 
52 

82 5-7 
52 
52 
32 
52 
52 
52 
5 
47 

48 6-7 

49 4-7 
43 6-7 
52 

41 

45 3-7 

4 2-7 

89 5-7 

88 8-7 

89 4-7 
89 3-7 
80 

8 3-7 
38 

33 8-7 

31 

30 



Rate per 
week. 


Amount. 


$8 75 


f 11 25 


8 75 


195 00 


8 75 


195 00 


8 75 


195 00 


8 75 


105 00 


8 75 


195 00 


8 75 


105 00 


8 75 


106 00 


8 75 


105 00 


8 75 


106 00 


8 75 


73 08 


8 75 


105 00 


8 75 


105 00 


8 75 


105 00 


8 75 


54 64 


1 90 +.20 


09 00 


8 75 


105 00 


8 75 


105 00 


1 82 +.86 
8 75 


05 00 
08 67 


8 75 


105 00 


8 75 


105 00 


8 75 


125 88 


8 75 


105 00 


8 75 


105 00 


8 75 


105 00 


8 75 


106 00 


8 75 


196 00 


8 75 


105 00 


1 25 


65 00 


8 75 


105 00 


8 75 


105 00 


75 


105 00 


8 75 


27 82 


8 75 


140 80 


8 75 


195 00 


8 75 


106 00 


8 75 


36 08 


8 75 


42 82 


8 75 


78 75 


8 75 


147 82 


8 75 


105 00 


8 75 


105 00 


8 75 


195 00 


8 75 


115 71 


8 75 


55 IB 


8 75 


195 00 


3 75 


195 00 


2 75 


143 00 


8 75 


m68 


3 75 


105 00 


8 T5 


195 00 


8 75 


120 00 


3 75 


105 00 


3 75 


105 00 


8 75 


195 00 


8 75 


18 75 


3 75 


176 25 


3 76 


183 21 


8 75 


185 89 


8 75 


164 46 


8 75 


195 00 


3 75 


153 75 


8 75 


171 45 


8 75 


16 07 


8 71 


147 95 


3 75 


145 71 


3 73 


148 86 


3 75 


147 86 


3 75 


112 50 


3 75 


31 61 


3 75 


142 50 


8 75 


125 37 


3 75 


116 25 


3 75 


112 50 



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83- 



NAME. 



John Dwyer 

BertliATraak 

Celestle Lmuiw 

Phoebe Calderwood . .... 

SankhHiiU 

liar7B.Ffiher 

I^oonor* M. Carletoii.... 

ICary licKeerer 

Mattie J. Strong 

Alice A. Green 

lAnn Potter 

Florence CrolnMi.. 

florette Boltelle 

linry J. Ferris 

Joeeikhlne Chnndler . .... 

liorrU KennUton 

Geo. Holden... ..... 

John Boyle 

Byron F. Wwdner 

AliaonCole 

Chae. Cerriek 

HimmFooe 

Daniel Horan 

John Wilde 

Joeeph B. LaFonnteine . 

James Conlan 

(tester Dver.... ... 

Xeonard 0. Lewis 

Florence Braee 

I«iM7 F. Barise 

Teresa Clemons... 

Fred Bonldrey 

BaraDeJordl 

Kafthan Brown 

Joseph H. Taidiir 

I^nisa L. Smith 

Thomas Knowlsoo ...... 



Total.. 



Residence. 



Tlnmath 

Plymonth , 

Stamford ........ 

Greensboro 

Randolph 

Graftsbnry 

Bradford 

St. Albans 

Starksboro 

Enosbnrg 

Bridgewater .... 

Bristol 

Bakersfield 

Brandon , 

Thetford 

Cabot 

HontpeUer 

Derb\ 

Reading 

Londonderry ..., 
St. Jobnsbary .. 
Charlestown.... 

Lndlow 

Whitinghsm ... 

Springfield 

clarendon . 



Stockbridge ... 

Shelbume 

Westminster .. 
Bennington.... 

Rutland 

Brattleboro.... 

B. Dorset 

Bennington.... 

Newfane 

Brattleboro.... 
Castleton 



II 

55 "S 



22e-7 
28e-7 
16 6-7 
10 2-7 
10 2-7 
10 2-7 
10 2-7 
10 2-7 
10 2-7 
10 2-7 
10 £-7 
10 2-7 
10 2-7 
10 Jh7 
10 3-7 
10 2-7 
10 2-7 
10^7 
10 2-7 
10 2-7 
10 2-7 
10 2-7 
10 2-7 
10 2-7 
10 2-7 
W2-7 
W2-7 
10 2-7 

7 

6 1-7 

8 4-7 
5 

6 2-7 
4fr-7 
2 1-7 

9 3-7 

I a-7 



Rate per 
week. 



63 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
3 75 
8 76 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 
a 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 



Amount. 


$65 71 


108 21 


63 21 


88 57 


88 57 


88 57 


88 57 


88 57 


88 57 


88 67 


88 57 


88 67 


88 57 


88 57 


38 57 


88 57 


38 57 


88 57 


88 57 


38 57 


38 57 


38 57 


88 57 


88 57 


88 57 


88 57 


88 57 


88 57 


26 25 


24 64 


32 14 


18 75 


24 11 


17 70 


804 


86 3« 


5 86 


$28,867 85 



Class. 



Town. 



Brattleboro Retreat, ) 
Brattleboro, Vt., AVigust 3, 1900. ( 

I hereby certify to the correctness of the foregoing account in 
fli-cordance with the requirements of section 2894, Revised Laws of 
Vermont, 1880. 

S. E. LAWTON, Superintendent. 
State of Vermont, > 
Windham County, i ^^' 

Subscribed and sworn to by S. E. Lawton, Superintendent, before 
loe, this 3d day of August, A. D. 1900. 

WILLIAM S. NEWTON, Justice of the Peace. 



Digitized by LjOOQ IC 



^4 



BIENNIAL REPORT OF THE 



Bill for the support of the Intone Poor of the State, for the eix monthe ending 

December 31, 1900. 
STATE OF VERMONT, 

To the Brattleboro Eetreat, Dr, 
For the enpport of 



NAME. 



TimotbT nMminn.., 

Hichtef Foley ... 

HlchMl Maddlgan.... 
HiohMlFltepaSrick.. 

Fred MamY , 

Loais* Bowker 

ChM.H. BaU 

8«mDel B. ConaDt .... 

Peter Cqyle 

Geo. P.Cook 

Fred B. Gftnfleld 

Roewell P. Bow 

Henrletto Hitoboook.. 

Catherine Hayee 

LamanHaokett 

Morris Irring 

Flora A. Johnaon . . . . , 

JohD MoGovem 

Jamea Mardook ...... 

William J. Hanaon... 

BditliC.Hann. 

George Phelpa 

Joaiab Pender 

Jamea Roffera 

John SuUiYan 

Ellen Hnmner 

Daniel Salli van 

Lacy R. South wiok... 

Charles Stacy 

Daniel Toner , 

Emily Ten Brooke .... 
Lnoy A. Townsend . .. 

Lanra Tyler , 

Levi Underwood 

Amalie A. Veet , 

Emily Warner 

Geo. £ W. Willard ., 

Leon H. Willey 

John H. Brown 

BnsanMolfit 

Joaeph Leonard 

Gertie Chealey , 

AbbieCasweU 

John Sbanloy , 

Edwin H. Litobfleld .. 
Frank E. Sanborn .... 
Nellie A. HartweU..., 

Helen Wbeelook 

William A. AUen..... 

Carrie Watte. 

OratasBmoe 

Margaret English. .... 

Marv A.Marsh , 

Willis J. Goodenongh 
BamnelT. Sinclair.... 
Lillian E. Simpson . . . 
Louisa E. Morgan.... 

Caroline Gatea 

Peter PonUn 

Chaa. L. Duclaus .... 



Residence. 




Rutland 

Rutland 

Burlington .... 

Monkton 

Ruttand 

Bennington.... 

Sutton 

Barnard 

Windsor 

Brattleboro .... 

Arlington 

Waldeo 

Troy 

Fair Haven.... 

Newport 

Bennington ... 
Brattleboro.... 

Jericho 

Middlebury.... 

WUliaUm 

Brattleboro.... 

Jamaica 

Newport 

Bennington.... 

Rutland. 

Tfoy 

Brattleboro .... 

Rutland 

Danby 

Charlotte 

Panton 

Dummeraton ., 

Gran by 

Burlington .... 
Brattleboro ... 
Burlington .... 

Hartland 

Eaat Corinth . 
St. Johnsbury . 

Sangate 

West Rutland . 
St. Johnsbury , 

Danville 

St. Johnsbury , 
Weatherafield . 
St. Johnsbury 

Newark 

Brattleboro.... 
Brattleboro ... 

Benaon 

Marlboro 

Benninffton ... 
North Cheater 

Brandon 

Burlington .... 
Springfield .... 

Rutland 

Bristol 

Rutland 

West Rutland 



26 

M 

M 

M 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

16 2-7 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

22 8-7 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 



Rate per 


Amount 


18 75 


$87 50 


8 76 


97 60 


8 75 


87 50 


8 75 


07 60 


8 75 


07 50 


8 75 


07 50 


8 75 


07 50 


3 75 


07 50 


8 75 


07 60 


8 75 


97 50 


8 75 


40 62 


8 75 


07 50 


8 76 


07 50 


8 75 


97 50 


8 75 


97 50 


8 75 


97 60 


8 75 


87 50 


8 75 


07 50 


8 75 


07 50 


3 75 


07 50 


8 75 


97 50 


8 75 


07 50 


8 75 


07 50 


8 75 


07 50 


8 75 


07 50 


8 75 


07 50 


8 75 


07 50 


3 75 


07 50 


8 75 


07 50 


225 


56 60 


8 76 


07 50 


3 75 


07 50 


8 75 


97 50 


8 75 


07 50 


8 75 


97 50 


8 75 


07 60 


3 76 


07 50 


8 75 


07 50 


3 75 


07 60 


8 75 


07 50 


8 75 


97 50 


8 76 


07 50 


I 17 4-18 


80 60 


8 75 


07 60 


8 75 


97 60 


8 75 


97 50 


8 75 


97 60 


8 75 


97 60 


3 75 


97 60 


8 76 


07 50 


3 75 


07 50 


8 75 


84 11 


8 76 


97 50 


8 75 


97 60 


8 75 


97 50 


8 75 


07 50 


3 75 


97 SO 


8 75 


97 60 


8 75 


97 50 


8 75 


97 60 



Class. 



Transit. 



CrimlnaL 
Trans't. 



Town. 



Digitized by LjOOQ IC 



AUDITOE OP ACC0UKT8. 



85 



KAMK. 






"^r 


Amount. 


Class. 


Jofan Colbrook 


Putney ....•••... 
Putney 


26 
26 
96 
20 
26 
96 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
20 
20 
96 
96 
26 
96 
96 
26 

12 1-7 
26 

96 
26 
26 
» 
20 
20 
26 
26 
20 
26 
12 
26 
26 
19 6-7 

8 6-7 
26 

18 8-7 
26 
26 
26 
26 
20 

6 8-7 
26 
26 
26 

1 1-7 
26 4-7 

13 6-7 
26 

26 
26 
96 

17 6-7 
26 
26 
20 
26 
26 
1 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
20 
20 
20 
26 


8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
876 
8 75 

1 90 6-18 
8 76 
8 76 

182 9-18 
8 76 
3 75 
8 79 
8 76 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 76 

1 25 
8 76 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 79 
8 76 
8 75 
8 76 
8 76 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 

2 75 
8 75 
875 
8 75 
8 75 
8 76 
8 79 
8 75 
8 75 
8 76 
8 79 
8 75 
8 75 
8 76 
8 75 
8 75 
8 76 
8 75 
8 75 
8 76 
8 76 
8 75 
8 79 
8 75 
8 76 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 

3 76 
8 76 
8 76 
8 75 
8 75 
8 76 
8 76 
8 76 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 76 
8 75 
8 76 
8 76 


097 50 
97 50 
97 60 
97 60 
97 60 
97 60 
97 50 
49 50 
97 50 
97 50 
47 50 
97 60 
97 60 
97 60 
97 50 
07 50 
97 60 
97 60 
97 60 
15 18 
97 60 
97 50 
97 60 
97 50 
97 50 
97 50 
97 50 
97 50 
07 50 
97 60 
97 50 
45 00 
97 60 
97 60 
64 61 
88 81 
97 60 
60 80 
97 60 
97 50 
97 50 
97 60 
97 50 
24 11 
07 50 
07 60 
97 50 
428 
95 89 
6148 
97 50 
07 60 
07 50 
97 50 

06 06 
97 50 

07 60 
07 50 
97 50 
97 50 

8 76 
07 50 
07 60 
97 50 
07 50 
07 50 
07 50 
07 60 
07 60 
97 50 
07 50 
97 50 
07 50 
97 50 
07 60 
97 60 
07 60 


Town. 


IffortoB O. DftTla ....... 


• 


Mttoh AkleT 


Marlboro 

Plymoath 

Townahend 

North Pownal... 
West Windsor... 
Plymouth 

Rutland 


• 


Bnina C^VMotw .....*-»r..T 


«* 


Lyman A.^ntell 


M 


11 MTT Biaonrtte 


« 


HattieOakM ....«.«* 


M 


Hary A. Traak 


•k 


Tannii^ V©6ka ..•••>.. .....i- 


•i 


MaiT Bartoll 


M 


Hinm K- Adams..-..**...-. 


Rutland 

Bennington 

Mendon 


« 


Catherine M. Whitney 

KUen Fanell...— 


M 
« 


Walters Oabome .......... 


RntUnd 


» 


John WUhnan 


Prootor 

West Rutland... 

Athena 

WestRutlnnd... 


•1 




» 


Beott L Pnnham ........... 


M 


Slisa MoGariT 


«• 


Maiy Ifaok 


M 


Bnchel H. Bmead 


llSSgS,'".:::::: 

West Ruthmd... 
Dorset 


M 


"himrr J. Beckett - 


M 


misabeth G^TVDler- rrr 


M 


llnaA Onlfflev ............... 


II 


SSS'LatfJrS :::::::: :::::: 


Woodford ....... 

Brandon 

West Rutland... 

Arlington 

PittsiSrd 

tSSSr:::-;;. 

N.Bennington... 

Fair Haven 

Bennington 

Proctor... 


« 


Helen A- Beminff 


« 


ICwtin QoinB...T 


« 


Weldo Riohardaon.. 


H 


John Gknileld 


m 


BlflTTta Tlfliiny -«•*■•««*■*■■■ 


« 


Henuin Hfbeehel 


« 


John Oonnors. *.«-.. **....... 


« 


Minnie A. Cnrtis 


•k 


Johanna Barrr...... ........ 


M 


Vorah Commuijcs;... 

Stella Gaxosil*. ............. . 


« 
M 


8azahS Steward 


Clarendon ..—... 
Bennington 

Roekingliam 

Brattleboro 

PitUford 

Sod burr 


M 


J«mee Wilklns 


M 


James Lyons.... ............ 


M 


EtaL. Joy 


M 


Da&lel H. Mason. ........... 


« 


AntOil^A 9rriokson-'-«~T 


M 


Luther 8. Crapo ........... 


•» 


Aehaah Terona Khig 

Andrew Webster 


M 
4. 


Maieia Adams. 


Brattleboro"!!!! 
W.Dnmmerston. 

Pittsford 

Rutland 


M 


Abner P. Townshend 

AddieB. G. Wilson 




Oemxe Brown .............. 


M 


CallstA Cowdry 

Lvman Myers.... ........... 


LyndonTille 

Pownal ......... 


M 

M 


CoTtisC Field 


Putney .......... 


II 


Fred C. Harrington......... 


Dsnby 


« 


AlnhAKImhttll . 


Bennington 

Rookingham 

Tinmouth 

Plymouth 

Stamford 

Greenaboro 

Randolph 

Craftabury 

Bradford 

St. Albans 

Starksboro 

Enosbnrg 

Brldgewater .... 
Bristol 


M 


Henrr Beandry 


M 


JohnT>wyer 


« 


Bertha Iraak 


« 


Celestie Lesnre 


t* 


Phoebe J. Calderwood 

Sarah Hull 


M 


Mary B. Fisher 


M 


Leonora M. Carleton 

Macv MoKeoTer 


M 
M 


Matbe F. Strong 


M 


Alice A. Green 


M 


Laora Potter................ 


H 


Florenee Gnlnan.. .......... 


• 


Florette Boatelle 


Bakersiield 

Brandon 

Thetfoid 

Cabot 


m 


Mnrr J. Ferris 


« 


Joeepbine Chandler 


M 


Mmrls Kenniston 


« 


Oeorse Holdso 


Mootpelier 

Derby 


« 


Jehn'BoTle 


M 


Byron F. Wardner.. 


Reading 


• 


Anson Cole 


Londonderry .... 
St. Johoabnry... 
Chariestown .... 


« 


<?hnrioff CaiTlek.. .....•••... 


M 


BimiB Fsss....... ...••.«... 


I* 



Digitized by 



Google 



BIESNNIAL REPORT OF THB 



NAUR. 


Residence. 


11 


1^ 


Amount. 


Class. 


Dsniel Horan. 


Lndlow 


20 

20 

20 

20 

20 

110-7 

26 

28 

20 

20 

20 

20 

20 

SO 

26 

20 

24^7 

21 2-7 
21 

16 2-7 

22 4-7 

17 0-7 
10 

4 0-7 
17 2-7 
16 4-7 
13 

12 2-7 

13 3-7 

11 0-7 

12 4-7 
9 2-7 
2-7 
2-7 
2-7 
2-7 
2-7 
^7 
2-7 
2-7 
2-7 
2-7 
2-7 
2-7 
2-7 
2-7 
2-7 
2-7 
2-7 
027 
2-7 
2-7 
2-7 
0»-7 
2-7 
2-7 
2-7 
4 

8 
4 2-7 


111 

8 75 
8 76 
8 76 
8 76 
875 
8 75 
8 76 
8 76 
8 76 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
8 76 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
3 75 
3 76 
8 75 
8 75 
8 76 
3 76 
3 75 
3 75 
8 75 
3 75 
3 75 
8 76 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
8 76 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 76 
8 75 
3 75 
8 76 
825 


007 60 
07 60 
07 50 
07 50 
07 60 
44 40 
07 60 
07 60 
07 60 
07 50 
07 60 
07 60 
07 60 
07 60 
07 50 
07 60 
02 68 
78 82 
78 76 
01 07 
84 04 
06 06 
00 00 
18 21 
84 82 
58 30 
48 75 

46 07 
50 36 
42 86 

47 14 
84 Bi 
28 67 
23 67 
23 67 
23 57 
23 57 
28 57 
23 57 
28 57 
28 57 
23 57 
23 67 
23 67 
23 57 
23 57 
23 67 
28 67 
33 67 
23 67 
28 67 
28 67 
23 57 
23 57 
23 67 
28 57 
23 67 
15 00 
U 26 
13 03 

015,630 44 


Town 


John Wilde 


Whitlngham .... 

&^-:: 

atookbridge 

Bhelbnnie. 

Westminster .... 
Benninctoa ..... 
Rntlaad 




Jos. R. La Fonntaine 

James Conlaa 




Chester Dyer ............... 




Leonard d. Lewis 




Florenoe Brace........ •■■•.. 




Lnoy F. Batiae 




Teresa Clemons.. ........... 




Fred Booldrey 


Brattleboro 

Bast Dorset 

Bennington 

Kewtkne 




Esra Dejordir. 




Nathaniel Brown 




Joseph H. Taidiff. 




Tbomse Enowlsen. ......... 


Jericho ! 




Orrin Bawson... ...... ...<<u 




Thomas Oilfeather 


RaUand 




Jesse O. Bpenoer. ■■..•••■... 


Rutland 

Rockingham.' ill. 

Bennington 

Brattleboro 

Castleton 

Brattleboro 

Bennington 

Bennington 

Arlington 

Ratlaod 




Bridget O'Dowd 




Patianoe Robertson......... 




Hannah Swaason ........... 




Marffsxet Brennan... 




Frank B. Stoddard 




John Powers. ....... ........ 




Fisk Harmon . 




Sarah Fleming 




BldaRibolini 




John Bruoe 


Bennington 

Proctor 




JohnMjberc 




Clarenee B. Wrlcht 


Sharon 




Kate Grace .....TT 


Bennington 

Dorset 




Rhode Boreh 




MaryCtoald 


Athens 




Bmma Baoon.... 


Bradford 

Randolph 

Royalton 

Rutland 




Phi lanoj Brown 




Kate Brooks 




Sndora Davis.. ....... ...... 




Agnes QiU.^ 


Shelbume 

Plainiield 

Tbetford 

St. Albans 

OrweU 




Ida Hilton 




Martha Johnson 




Lorllla La Deux. ........... 




Bvelva Korthmp 




EUa Phelpe...... ..-.. 

HatUa B. Parker 


Rutland 




Montgomery .... 
Sprinafleld. 

R^tlsnd 




Julia RanTille 




Cora Wright 




MfffhlMid ■Ui'^in .......... 


Winhall 

West Rutland... 

Burlington 

Weston 

Wardsboro 

Fairlee 




RoUa H. GrUwold 




John GUI 




Sydney L. Holt 




Jexome B. Hall 




George Hammond.......... 






Peacham 

St Johnsbury... 
Newbury........ 

Wolcott 




John B Ritchie* 




James Murray • 




Leland Sesrs.l ..•••.... 


Riohford 

Townshend 

BratUeboro 

Brandon 

Weathersfleld ... 

' 




Bphralm Weatherbee 

4iUbert S. Mamj 




Jamos P. MeGnire 




Curie M. DItoU 




Total 













Brattleboro Retreat, f 

Brattleboro, Vt., January 28, 1901. J 

I hereby certify to the correctness of the foregoing account in 
accordance with the requirements of section 2804, Revised Laws of 
Aermont, 1880. 

S. E. LAWTON, Superintendent. 

Subscribed and swoni to before me at Brattleboro, Vt, this 28th. 
day of January, 1901. 

NORRIS S. RANSOM, Notary Public. 

Digitized by VJV_/^/V IC 



AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS. 



87 



Bii.L/or ike Buppari of Insane Poor of the State for the five months ending Majf 

31, 1901. 
STATE OF VERMONT, 

To the Brattlehoro Retreat^ Dr. 
Far the support of 



NAME. 



Timothy FlannJfan 

Michael Foley 

Mkhael Madfgan 

Fred Murray 

Michael Fitzpatrick 

LouiaaBowker 

Charlea H.Bali 

Samnel E. Conant 

Peter Coyle 

George P. Cook 

Boawell P. Bow... 

Hearletta Hltcheock 

Catherine Hayes 

Lvman A. HackeU 

Morris Irriog... 

Flora A. Johnson 

JohnMcOovern ....« 

Jamea Mnrdook 

William J. Mnnson 

Edith C. Mann 

George Phelps.. 

Joalah Pendar 

Jamea Bogers 

John SoJlIvas 

Ellen Samner 

Daniel Snllivan 

I.neyR. Soutbwick 

Charles Stacey 

Daniel Toner 

Emily Ten Brooke 

I«acy A. Townsend 

lAura Tyler 

l«Ti Underwood 

Amalio A. Yeet 

Emily Warner 

6«orge W. Willard 

Leon H. Willey 

JbhnH. Brown 

BuaanMoffit 

Joaeph Leonard 

Gertie Chesley .^ 

Abhie Caswell 

John Shanley 

Edwin H. IJtchfleld 

Frank E. Sanborn 

Nellie A. Hartwell 

Helen Wheelock 

William A. Allen 

Carrie Waite 

Oratna Bmce 

Margaret English 

Mai7 A. Msrsh 

Wilfia J. Goodenough 

Samuel T. Sinclair 

LfUian E. Simpson 

Lonlaa K. Morgan 

Caroline Gates 

Peter Paulin 

Charles L. Duolans... 

John Colebrcok 

Morton C. Davis 

Myron Akley 

Emma Carpenter 

Lyman A.Bontwell 

Mary Bisonette 

£attle Oakes 



Beaidence. 



Rutland 

Rutland 

Barlington .... 

Rutland 

Monkton 

Bennington.... 

Sutton 

Barnard 

Windsor 

Brattlehoro.... 

Walden 

Troy 

Fair Haven.... 

Newport 

Bennington.... 

Brattlehoro 

Jerloho 

Middlebury.... 

WilUston 

Brattlehoro.... 

Jamaica 

Newport 

Bennington.... 

Rutland 

Troy 

Brattlehoro 

Rutland 

Danby 

Charlotte 

Panton 

Dummerston . . 

Gran by 

Barlington .... 
Brattlehoro.... 
Burlington .... 

Hartland 

East Corinth .. 
St. Jubnsbury . 

Sandgate 

West Rutland . 
St. Johnsbnry . 

Danville 

St. Johnsbnry . 
Weatberffleld . 
St. Johnsbnry . 

Newark 

Brattlehoro .... 
Brattlehoro.... 

Benson 

Marlboro 

Bennington.... 
North Chester. 

Brandon 

Barlington .... 
SpringBeld .... 

Rutland 

Bristol 

Rutland 

West Rutland. 

Putney 

Putney 

Marlboro 

Plymouth 

Townshend ... 
North Pownal, 
West Windsor 



I* 

I' 



21 3-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 3-7 
21 8-7 
21 3-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 3-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 3-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 3-7 
21 3-7 
21 8-7 

4 2-7 
21 8-7 
12 

21 3-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 3-7 
21 8-7 
21 3-7 
81 3-7 
21 8-7 
21 3-7 
21 8-7 
21 3-7 
21 8-7 
213-7 
21 3-7 
21 3-7 
21 8-7 
21 3-7 
21 8-7 
21 3-7 
21 3-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
16 1-7 
21 3-7 
21 3-7 
21 8-7 
21 3-7 
21 3-7 
21 3-7 
21 8-7 
21 3-7 
21 3-7 
21 3-7 
21 3-7 
21 8-7 
21 3-7 

I 4-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
218-7 
21 8-7 
218-7 



Rate per 
week. 


Amount. 


13 76 


180 86 


8 75 


80 88 


8 75 


80 86 


3 75 


80 86 


8 75 


80 86 


8 75 


80 86 


8 75 


80 36 


8 75 


80 86 


3 75 


80 86 


8 75 


80 36 


8 75 


80 86 


8 75 


80 86 


8 75 


80 86 


8 75 


80 86 


8 75 


80 86 


3 75 


80 86 


3 75 


80 36 


8 75 


80 36 


8 75 


80 86 


8 75 


16 07 


8 75 


80 36 


8 75 


45 00 


8 75 


80 86 


8 75 


80 86 


3 75 


80 86 


3 75 


80 36 


3 75 


80 86 


8 75 


80 86 


2 25 


48 21 


8 75 


80 86 


8 75 


80 86 


8 75 


80 86 


8 75 


80 36 


3 75 


80 86 


3 75 


80 86 


8 75 


80 86 


3 75 


80 86 


8 75 


80 88 


3 75 


80 36 


3 75 


80 36 


8 75 


80 36 


SO 1-76 


8 36 


8 75 


80 36 


8 75 


80 86 


3 75 


80 86 


8 75 


80 36 


3 75 


60 53 


8 75 


80 86 


8 75 


80 86 


8 75 


80 86 


3 75 


80 86 


8 75 


80 86 


8 76 


80 36 


8 75 


80 86 


3 75 


80 36 


8 76 


80 86 


8 75 


80 36 


3 75 


80 36 


3 75 


80 86 


3 75 


80 86 


8 75 


5 88 


8 75 


80 86 


8 75 


80 36 


8 75 


80 86 


8 76 


80 86 


8 75 


80 86 



Claas. 



Trans't. 

Criminal. 
Trans't. 

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NAllS. 


Beaidence. 


1^ 


"^^T 


Amount. 


Claae. 


Mary A. Traak 


Plymouth 

Clarendon 

Rutland 


218-7 
21 8-7 
318-7 
21 8-7 
213-7 
218-7 
21 8-7 
218-7 
21 8-7 
218-7 
218-7 
218-7 
21 8-7 
218-7 
21 3-7 
16 3-7 
218-7 
21 8-7 
218-7 
218-7 
213-7 
21 3-7 
18 4-7 
218-7 
21S-7 
218-7 
1 ^7 
218-7 
218-7 
21 3-7 
21 8-7 
21 3-7 
218-7 
21 8-7 
218-7 
218-7 
21 8-7 
21 3-7 
21 3-7 
21 8-7 
21S-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 3-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 3-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
213-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
218-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
218-7 
21 8-7 
218-7 
213-7 
21 8-7 
213-7 
21 3-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
218-7 
21 8-7 
218-7 


IS*-" 

8 75 

1 41 51-73 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 76 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
875 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
875 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 76 
8 75 
8 76 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 
875 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 76 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
875 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
3 76 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 76 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 76 
8 75 


156 86 

80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 36 
80 36 
80 86 
80 86 
80 36 
80 86 
57 86 
R0 36 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 36 
78 80 
80 36 
80 86 
80 86 
607 
80 86 
80 36 
80 36 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 36 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 36 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 36 
80 36 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 
80 86 


Town. 


Fannie Weeka 




Mary BartoU 




IKiram R. Adama.. ......... 


Ratland 




Catherine M. Whitney 

KUenFarroU 


Bennington 

Mendon 




Walter Oebome............ 


Rutland ......... 




John Williman 


Proctor 

Weat Bntland... 
Athens 




Ellen Sheridan 




fioott L. Dnnham 




BliaaMoGanr 


West Rutland... 
Vernon .......... 




Mary Maok... 




Mary J. Beokett 


Poultney 

Weat Rutland... 
Dorset 




Eliaabeth Orevier 




Roee Qnigley.... 




Mary Latorio 


Woodford 

Brandon 

West Rutland... 

Brattleboro 

Arlington 

Pittsford 

Bennington 

Rutland 

No. Bennington.. 

Fair Haven 

Bennington 

Bennington 

RuUand 

Rockingham .... 

BratUeboro 

Pittsford 

Sunderland 

Springfield 

Brattleboro 

W. Dummerston. 
Rutland 




Helen A. Doming 




Martin Qainn...T...... 




Waldo i&chardaon 




John Canfleld 




Electa TiiTany 




Herman Hibeohel 




John Connors.. ..•••........ 




Minnie A. Cnrtia 




Johanna Barry. 




Xforah Cummings.. ......... 




James Wilklna 




Eva L. Joy.... 




Daniel H. Uason 




Antoino Errickson 




Lnther S. Crano...... ...... 




Marcia Adams 




Minnie 7. Chamberlain 

Abner P. Townaend 

George Brown......... 




Calisia Cowdry 


Lyndonville 

Puwnal .......... 




Lyman Myers. ...... ........ 




Curtis C. Field 


Putney 




Fred C Hairinirton........ 


Danby ...•■•.... 




Alpha Kimball.. 


Bennington 

Tinmonth 

Plymouth 

Stamford 

Greensboro 

Randolph 

Bradford 

St. Albans 

Starksboro 

Enosburg 

Bridgewater 

Bristol 




John Dwver.... ...... ...... 




Bertba Trask 




Celestie Lesnre.... 




Pheebe J. Calderwood 

Saruh Hull 




Leonora M. Carleton 

Marv Mclfftover 




Mattie F. Strong 




Alice A. Greene 




Lanra Potter............... 




Florence' Guinan.. .......... 




Florette Boutelle 


Bakerafleld 

Brandon ......... 




Mary J Ferris 




Joseph Ine Chandler 


Thetford 




Morris Kenniston 


Cabot 




George Holden. ...... ....... 


Montpelier 

Derby 




John Boyle 




Bvron F. Wardner.......... 


Reading 




Alison Cole 


Londonderry 

St. Johnsbury ... 

Charleston 

Ludlow......... 




Charles Garrick 




Hiram Fowi ,^p^, ,,,,._,, 




Daniel Horan 




John Wilde 


Whitingham .... 

Springfield 

Clarendon 

Stockbridge 

W. Westminster. 

Bennington 

RuUand 

Brattleboro 

East Dorset 

Bennington 

Newfane 

Castleton 

Jericho 




Joseph K. La Fonntaine — 
James Conlan. ...... ........ 




Chester Drer 




Florence Brace....... 




Lucy F. Betise 




Theresa Ciemona.... ........ 




Fred Bouldrev 




EsraDcjordi 




Nathaniel Brown 




Joseph H. Tardiir. 




Thomaa Elnowlaon .......... 




OrrinBawaon 





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AUDITOR OP ACCOUNTS. 



NAHB 



Thomas GUfeatfaer 

Jaue 6. Spencer 

Bridget O'Dowd 

Patience Bobertaon . . . . 

Hannah Swanson 

If arearet Brennon 

fiftrah Fleming 

-EldaRibolini 

JohnBmce 

J'ohn Nybera 

Clarence £. Wright, 
James H. Whltoomb . 

Xate Grace 

Shoda Bnrch 

Mary Goold 

Xmma Baoon 

Thilancy Brown 

Kate Brooks 

£adoraDaTi8 

Agnes GiU 

Ida Hilton 

Martha Johnson 

lisarilla LaDenz 

XTolyn Northrop 

Bila Phelps 

Hattie B.Parker 

^nlialUnTille 

Cora Wright 

Highland Babbitt 

Bolla H. Griswold 

John Gill 

Sydney L.HoU 

Jerome B. Hall 

George Hammond 

Lyman Jennison 

John J. Kensington.... 

James Murray 

JoHnB. Bitcbie 

liOland Sears 

Ephcaim Weatherbee .. 

Gilbert 8. Murray 

James P. McGoire 

Carrie M. DivoU 

Mamie A. Elmore 

William O'Bonnell ..... 

John C. Brennan , 

Harriet B. Knapp 

Bridget HiteheU. 

WillUm Mann 

Colnmbos 0. Churchill 

Helen H. Drew , 

Wesley Edwards 

UUlaa B. Curtis 

Hannah Hastings...... 

Harry B. Allen , 



alias 



Total. 



Bosidenoe. 



Batland 

Butland 

Bockiogham . 
Bennington .. 
Brattleboro.. 
Castleton .... 
Arlington ... 

Butland 

Bennington.. 
Proctor 



Sharon 

Bennington 

Dorset 

Athens 

Bradford 

Bandolph 

Bovalton 

Butland 

Shelbume 

Plainfleld 

Thetford 

St. Albans 

OrweU 

Butland 

Montgomery 

Springfield 

Butland 

Winhall 

West Butland ... 

Burlington 

Weston 

Wardsboro 

Pairlee 

Peacham 

St. Johnsbnry ... 

Wolcott 

Newbury 

Blohford 

Townshend 

Brattleboro 

Brandon 

Weathersfleld... 

Butland 

Bennington 

Fairlee 

Butland 

Butland 

Butland 

Chittenden 

Burlington 

Brattleboro ..... 

Poultney 

Westminster — 
White Biver Jen. 






21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
213-7 
7 8-7 
21 3-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 

21 8-7 
4 

218-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
18 1-7 
21 8-7 
16 4-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 8-7 
21 fr-7 
21 1-7 
14 8-7 
20 2-7 
18 

12 1-7 
11 6-7 

10 6-7 

11 8-7 
7 6-7 
7 

2 6-7 
2 6-7 



Bate per 
week. 



$3 75 
8 76 
8 7S 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 

8 75 
8 76 
8 75 
8 75 
3 75 
8 76 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 76 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 25 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 



Amount. 


180 86 


80 86 


80 36 


80 86 


29 46 


80 86 


80 86 


80 36 


80 36 


80 36 


80 86 


15 00 


80 86 


80 86 


80 86 


80 86 


80 86 


80 86 


80 86 


80 86 


80 86 


80 86 


80 36 


b0 86 


80 86 


80 86 


80 36 


80 86 


80 86 


68 08 


80 36 


62 14 


80 86 


80 86 


80 86 


80 36 


80 86 


80 86 


80 86 


80 86 


80 86 


60 64 


79 28 


54 11 


76 07 


48 75 


45 53 


44 46 


40 71 


42 86 


29 46 


96 25 


10 71 


10 71 


114,662 65 



Class. 



Town. 



Brattleboro Retreat, i 
Brattleboro, Vt., June 1, 1901. j 

I hereby certify to the correctness of the foregoing accounts In 
accordance with the requirements of section 2894, Revised Laws of 
Termont, 1880. 

S. E. LAWTON, Superintendent. 
State of Vermont, > gg 
Windham County, S 

Subscribed and sworn to by S. E. Lawton, Superintendent, before 
me. this 1st day of June, A. D. 1901. 

WILLIAM S. NEWTON, JusUce of the Peace. 



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BIENNIAL BEI'^Ht qp THE 



Bill fijr We support of the Insane Poor of the State, for the $ix monthe ending 

November 30, 1901. 
STATE OF VERMONT, 

To th€ Brattlehoro Retreat, Dr, 
For the support of 



NAME. 



Timothy Fluinlgan.. 

MlohMl Foley 

Klohael MaddiKan... 

Fred Murray 

Miofaael Fitspatrick . 

Louisa Bowker 

Charles H. Ball 

Samuel E. Conant..... 

Peter Oqyle 

George F.Cook 

BoewellP. Dow 

Henrietta Hitchcock. 

Catherine Hayea 

Luman A. Haokett. . . 

Morris Irving 

Flora A. Johnion..... 

John McGoTem 

Jamee Mnrdock 

William J. Hanson... 

George Phelps • 

James Bodgers 

John BulllTan 

Ellen Sumner 

Daniel Sullivan 

Lucy B. South wick. . . 

Charles SUcy 

Daniel Toner 

Emily Ten Brooke..., 
Lucy A. Townshend., 

Laura Tyler 

Levi Underwood 

Amalle A. Veet 

Emily Warner 

Geo.i. WUlard 

LeonH. Willey 

John H. Brown 

BuaanMoffltt 

Joseph Leonard , 

Gertie Chesley 

Abbie Caswell 

John Shanley 

Edwin H. Litchfield., 
Frank E. Sanborn.... 
Nellie A. Hartwell... 

WiUiamA. Allen 

Carrio Waite 

Oratus Bruce 

Margaret EogDsh 

Mary A. Marsh 

Willis J. Goodenough 
Samuel T. Sinclair... 
Lilian B. Simpson . . . . . 
Louise K. Morgan ... 

Caroline Gates 

Peter Poulin 

Charles L. Daclaus .. 

John Colebrook 

Myron Akley 

Emma Carpenter ..... 
Lyman A. Boutwell . 

Mary Bisonette 

Hattie Cakes 

Mary A. Trask 

Fanny Weeks 

Mary BarteU 

Hiram B. Adams.... 



Besidence. 


II 


^^r 


Amount 


Claai*. 


Butland 


26 


$8 76* 


$87 50 


TraDs*t. 


Butland 


26 
26 


8 75 
8 75 


87 60 
97 50 


M 


Burlington 

Rutland 


CrlminaL 


86 
26 


8 75 
8 75 


97 50 
97 50 


Tnns*t. 


Monkton 




Bennington 


26 


3 76 


97 50 


Town. 


Sutton 


26 


8 75 


97 50 




Barnard ..... .... 


26 
26 

26 


8 75 
8 75 
8 75 


97 50 
97 50 
97 50 


M 


Windsor. .••.... . 


m 


Brattleboro 


« 


Walden 


26 
26 
26 


8 75 
8 75 
8 75 


97 50 
97 50 
07 50 




Troy 


« 


Fair Haven 


« 


Newport 


5 


8 75 


18 75 




Bennington 

Brattlehoro 


26 


8 75 


97 60 


H 


26 


8 75 


97 50 


H 


Jericho .......... 


26 
26 


8 75 
8 75 


97 50 
97 50 


H 


Middlebury 


" 


WilUston 


26 


8 75 


97 50 




Jamaica ......... 


26 

26 


8 75 
8 75 


97 50 
97 60 


« 


Bennington 

Butlano 


« 


26 
26 
26 


8 75 
8 76 
8 75 


97 50 
97 50 
97 50 




Troy ............ 


M 


Brattlehoro 


« 


Rutland 


36 


8 75 


07 50 




Danby 


26 


8 75 


97 50 




Charlotte 


26 


2 25 


58 50 


m 


Panton 


26 


3 75 


97 50 


u 




26 


8 75 


97 50 


K 


Danby 


26 

26 


8 75 
8 75 


97 50 
97 5G 




Burlington 

Brattlehoro 


« 


26 


8 75 


97 50 




Burlington 


26 


8 75 


97 50 




Hartland 


26 


8 75 


07 50 


** 


K. Corinth 


2S 


2 75 


97 50 


« 


St Johnsbury ... 


26 


8 76 


97 50 




Sandgate 


26 


8 75 


97 50 




W.Rutland 


26 


8 75 


97 50 


* 


St. Johnsbury... 


26 


8 75 


97 50 




Danville 


26 


8 75 


97 50 




St. Johnsbury... 
Weathersfield... 


26 


875 


97 60 




26 


8 75 


97 50 




St. Johnsbury... 


26 


8 75 


97 60 




Newark 


26 
26 


8 75 
8 75 


97 50 
97 50 




Brattlehoro 


M 


Benson ........... 


26 
26 


8 75 
8 75 


97 50 
97 50 




Marlboro 


H 


Bennington 


26 


8 75 


97 50 


•• 


N.Chester 


26 


8 75 


97 5U 


" 


Brandon 


26 


8 75 


97 50 




Burlington 

Sprtngtleld 


26 


8 75 


97 60 




26 


8 75 


97 50 




Rutli^d 


1 6-7 
26 
26 


8 75 
8 75 
3 75 


6 43 

97 50 

97 5 ) 




Bristol 


M 


Rutland 


•« 


West Rutland... 


26 


8 75 


97 60 




Putney .......... 


22 2-7 
26 


8 76 
8 75 


88 57 
97 60 




Marlboro 


« 


Plymouth 


26 


8 75 


97 50 




Townshend 


26 


8 75 


07 50 


** 


North Pownal... 


26 


3 75 


97 50 




West Windsor... 


26 


8 75 


07 50 




Plymouth 


26 


1 96 7-18 


51 10 




Clarendon 


26 


3 75 


97 60 




Rutland ......... 


96 

8 4-7 


8 75 


97 50 

c! by v!^^*. 


^Je 


Butland 



AT7DITOR OF ACCOUNTS. 



91 



KAHE. 


Residence. 


II 


Ratener 
week. 


Amount 


Glaaa. 


•Catherine M. Whitney 

£lleo Farrell. 


Bennington 

Mendon ... 


28 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 

26 

26 
26 
26 
26 
26 

8 4-7 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
24 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
29 

26 
26 
26 
26 
28 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
28 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
11 
28 
26 


$3 75 
8 75 
3 7$ 
8 76 
8 76 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 76 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 76 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
8 76 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
885 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 76 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 76 
8 75 
8 76 
8 75 
8 75 


$87 50 
07 60 
07 50 
97 60 
07 50 
97 50 
07 50 
07 50 
97 50 
97 50 
97 50 
97 50 
97 60 
97 50 
97 50 
97 5U 
97 50 
86 80 
97 50 
97 50 
U 46 
07 50 
97 50 
97 50 
97 50 
97 50 
97 50 
82 14 
97 50 
97 50 
97 50 
97 60 
97 50 
00 00 
07 50 
97 50 
97 50 
97 50 
07 90 
97 50 
97 50 
97 60 
97 50 
97 50 
97 50 
97 50 
97 50 
97 60 
97 50 
97 50 
49 28 
97 60 
97 50 
97 50 
97 60 
97 50 
97 60 
07 50 
07 50 
07 50 
97 60 
97 60 
07 50 
07 50 
07 60 
07 50 
07 60 
07 60 
07 60 
07 50 
07 60 
07 60 
07 50 
4126 
07 60 
07 50 


Town. 


Walter 8 Oabome..... 


Rntland 


M 


John Wehlman 


Proctor 

West Rntland... 

Athena 

West Rntland... 
Vernon .......... 


U 


ISll^n Sheridan -.'..«..«....^. 


m 


Scott L. Dnnham 


« 


Xlisa McGarry 


M 


Marv Mack 


« 


Marr J.Beckett 


Ponltney 

West Rutland . . . 
Doraet 


• 


Elizabeth P. Orenier 

BoaeQoigley.... 


« 


Hol4*n A. Demlnir.... 


Brandon 

West Rutland... 

Brattleboro 

Arlington 

Pituford 

Bennington 

N. Bennington .. 

Fair Haven 

Bennington 

Rutland 


m 


Martin Qninn 


M 


Waldo E. Richardaon 

John Canfield .............. 


« 

m 


£]ecta Tiffany 


m 


Herman Hibachel...... 


u 


Minnie A. Curtia 


m 


Johanna Barry ............. 


H 


STorah Commlnga. ■...•..... 


M 




« 


T>aniftl H.*MaBon. ........... 


Rockingham 

Brattleboro 

Pittsford 

Snnderland 

SpriDKfield 

Brattleboro 

W. Dnmmerston. 

Rntland 

Lyndon ville 

Pownal 

Pntney .......... 


* 




« 


Lnlher S. Crapo 


« 


A ofaaa Verona King 

Marcta Adams....:. 


* 


Minnie J. Chamberlain 

Abner P. Townaend 

Georire Brown 


K 
« 
« 


Caliata Cowdry 


H 


XiVman Myers .............. 


« 


Cartia C. tHeld 


« 


Fred C. Harrington 


Danby ...... .... 


a 


Alpha Kimball 

John Dwrer ................ 


S. H. Bennington 

Tinmonth 

Plymouth 

Stamford 

GreenaboTo 

Randolph 

Bradford 

St. Albans 

StarksboTo 

Enoabnrgh 

Bridgewater 

Bristol 


« 
a 


Bertha Irask..... 


w 


Celeste Lesnre. ....... ...... 


■1 


Phoebe J. Calderwood 

8arab Hnll 


« 


Lenora M. Carlton.. 


• 


Mary McEeever 


« 


Mattie F. Strnnc.-.. ........ 


H 


Alioe A. Green 


H 


Laara A. Potter 


• 


Florence Guinan. ........... 


« 


FloxetteBontelle 


Bakerafield 

Brandon ... .... 


M 


Manr J. Ferris 


m 


Joaepfaine Chandler. 


Thotford 

Cabot 


M 


Morris Kcnniaton. .......... 


M 


Georm* Holden 


Montpelier 

Derby ........... 


M 


John Boyle 


« 


Brron F. Wardner. ......... 


Reading 


« 


Aliaon Cole 


Londonderry.... 
St. Johnsbuiy ... 

Charleaton 

Ludlow 


• 


Charles Garriok. ...... ••.... 


« 


Hiram Foss. ...... ......... 


M 


Danl^t) Horan...... 


• 


John Wilde 


Whitlngham ... 

Springfield 

Clarendon 

Stockbrldge 

Weatminster W. 

Bennington 

Rutland 


« 


Joaaph La Fountain 

JanaeeConlan 

Cheater Dyer 


« 
M 


Florence Braae •••...•...•.. 


« 


Lucy F.Batiae 


« 


Theoreaa Clemona 


« 


Fred Sooldiy. 


Bratueboro 

B. Doraet 

Bennington 

Newfane 


II 


Xsra Dejordl. 


" 


Katbaniel Brown 


« 


Joaepb H. Tardiff. 


« 


lliomaa Knowlton... 


Jericho 


« 


Otrlii Bawson. ...... ........ 


« 


Tboaaaa Giifeather 


Ratland 


M 


Jaaae 6. Spencer 


Rntland 


» 


Bridget 0*lDowd 


Rockingham .... 

Bennington 

Brattleboro 

Caatleton 

ArUngton 


« 




M 


Hanni^^ 9wsnton ........... 


H 


Margaret Brennan. •••...... 


* 


Banih Flemming 


•• 



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BIENNIAL REPORT OP THE 



NAME. 



Martha Johnson 

Erelyn Northrnp , 

EUaPhelpB...... 

Hattle B. Parker 

Jolia RawTiUe 

Cora Wrijrht , 

Hiland Bal>blt 

BolU H. Grisvold 

Sydner L.Holt 

ChBO. Hammond 

Lyman Jenniaon , 

John J. Kensington . . . , 

James Mnrri^ , 

John B. Ritchie 

Leland Sears , 

Bphraim Weatberbee. 
Ollbert S. Murray..... 
James P. McG-nire...., 

Carrie M. IMtoU 

Minnie A. Elmore 

Wm. O'Donnell , 

Harriet E. Knapp 

Bridget MitohelL 

Wm. Mann 

C.C. Churchill 

Wesley Edwards 

LiUian B. Curtis , 

Hannah Hastings , 

Harry B. Allen , 

Julia A. Foley , 

AlTia Jones 

Frank B. Bowker , 

Ellen Corbett 

Farrand L. McBurfee.. 
Harry C. Armstrong... 

James Snow , 

John Driscol 

John Smith 

Frank B. Newton 

Acbsah E. Cook 

ElviaCook 

Edward A. Collins 

Julia A . Carpenter 

Jerome B. Hall , 

Elisabeth S. Harris..., 

FredLangon 

Albert Wilkins. 



Anna Adams. 

Lucy Cone 

John W. Lrons 

Emma L. Caswell , 

Andrew J. Chamberlin. 
Adolphus L. GNmchoe.... 

Juliette S. Morgan , 

Mary Jones 

Rufus Wilder 

Andrew Swanson 

Mvrtie J. Clifford 

Wayland A. Strong 

Grace L. Bnxton , 

Osoar H. Benton 

Albert W. Stickney 

Flora E. Busby 

Michael Murphy 

Rebecca Cook 

Orace L. Baker 

Julia Anne Johnson.... 

Israel L.Hall 

Ida M. Thompson 

Alonso Waters 

Robert Knight 

Andrew Gifford 

Adelaide E. St. John . . . . 



Total .. 



Residence. 



Thetford' 

Orwell 

Rutland 

Montgomery .... 

Springfield 

Rutland 

Winhall 

W.Rutland 

Wenton 

Fairlee 

Peacham 

St. Johnsbnry ... 

Wolcott 

Newbury 

Richford 

Townshend 

Brattleboro...... 

Brandon 

Weathersfield... 

Rutland 

Bennington 

Rutland 

Rutland 

W. Rutland 

Chittenden 

Brattleboro 

Poultney 

Westminster — 
White River Jon. 

Fair Haven 

Chittenden 

Brattleboro 

RatJand 

Sandgate 

Castleton 

Rotlnnd 

Shaftsbury 

Brattleboro 

Hartford 

Townshend 

Townshend 

Cavendish 

Hartland 

Wardsboro 

Brattleboro 

Benninston 

WestniiDster 

Mt. HoJly 

Bennington 

Bennington 

Rutland 

Windsor 

Rutland 

WinbalJ 

Pawlet 

ShaAsbury 

Brattleboro 

Newfane 

Soldtors Home... 

Danby 

Rutland 

W. Diimmerston. 

Wbitlngham 

Rutland 

Manchester 

Pittsford 

Jamaica 

Halifax 

Bennington 

Sandgate 

Brattleboro ..... 

Bennington 

Brattleboro , 



§1 



26 
11 
28 
26 
26 
26 
26 
36 
26 
26 
26 
26 
36 
26 
1 6-7 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 

11 6-7 
26 

26 
26 
8 6-7 

4 5-7 
26 

26 

18 1-7 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

18 5-7 

26 

26 

26 

24 6-7 
26 

26 

1-7 
26 
26 
26 

25 8-7 

7 2-7 

13 1-7 
17 ^7 
16 6-7 

15 2-7 

16 8-7 

16 6-7 

17 6-7 

15 1-7 

12 6-7 

16 4-7 
16 2-7 

14 6-7 

8 4-7 
7 1-7 
6 6-7 
3 4-7 
6 8-7 

5 8-7 
5 1-7 



Rate J 
week 



•8 76 

8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 76 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
825 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
8 76 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
8 75 
3 75 
8 75 
3 76 
8 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
875 
8 75 



Amount. 



197 50 
41 25 
07 SO 
07 50 
07 50 
07 50 
97 50 
07 50 
07 50 
07 50 
07 50 
07 50 
07 50 
07 50 
6 43 
07 50 
07 50 
07 50 

84 50 
07 50 
07 50 
07 50 
07 50 
07 50 
07 50 
44 46 
07 50 
07 60 
07 50 
32 68 
17 68 
07 50 
07 50 
68 03 
07 50 
07 50 
07 50 
07 50 
07 50 
07 50 
07 50 
73 03 
07 50 
07 50 
07 50 
03 21 
07 60 
07 50 
34 28 
07 50 
07 60 
07 50 
05 36 
27 33 
71 70 

66 96 
63 21 

67 32 
61 61 

68 21 

66 96 
56 70 
48 21 
68 30 

67 32 
55 IB 
82 14 
26 78 
25 71 

85 80 
84 IL 
20 36 
10 28 



118,538 03 



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AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS. 97 



Brattleboro Retreat, ) 

Bratixeboro, Vt., June 2, 1902. J 

I hereby certify to the correctness of the foregoing account In 
accordance with the requirements of section 2894, Revised Laws of 
Yermont, 1880. 

S. E. LAWTON, Superintendent. 

Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 2d day of June, 1902. 
MORRIS S. RANSOM, Notary Public, Brattleboro, Vt. 



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CLASSMCATION. 



Classification and abstract of tlie accounts of the Auditor Itept 
with the various offices, institutions, boards, appropriations, and courts 
showing the net expense to the state for the two fiscal years ending 
June 30, 1901, and June 30, 1902, respectively: 

EXECUTIVE DEPABIMENT. 

GOVERNOR. 
Annual salary of Executive, $1,500. 

No. 129 acts of 1898. 

1900 and 1901 and 

1901. 1902. 

Edward C. Smith, salary $516 64 

Expenses, Including p*t'g and sta*y 97 61 

William W. Sticltney, salary 987 50 $1. 500 00 

Expenses, including p't'g and sta'y 178 60 272 70 

Total $1,780 35 $1,772 70 

LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR. 

Henry C. Bates, services and expenses as 
" Acting Governor " in re Bayley extradi- 
tion $7 50 

SECRETARY OF CIVIL AND MILITARY AFFAIRS. 

Salary $700 for biennial term. 

V. S. Sec. 5325. 

G-eorge M. Hogan, salary $200 00 

Expenses, including p't'g, blanlts, sta'y, post- 
age and office supplies 37 87 

John G. Sargent, salary 300 00 $200 00 

Total $537 87 $200 OO 



EXECUTIVE CLERK. 
Salary $700 for biennial term. 

No. 130 acts of 1898. 

F. E. Chamberlin, salary $200 OO 

Homer L. Slieels, salary 300 00 $200 OO 

Total $500 00 $200 OO 



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AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS. 99 

EXECUTIVE EXPENSES. 

Under No. 129 acts of 1898. 

Appropriation $1,000 per year. 

1900 and 1901 and 

1901. 1902. 

Edward C. Smith, baL app, for term $57 27 

William W. Stickney $1,585 60 

Total $57 27 $1,585 60 



STATE TBEASTTBEB. 

Annual salary $1,700. 

V. S. Sec. 5317. 

John L. Bacon, salary $1, 700 00 $1, 700 00 

John L. Bacon, p't'g, post, express & supplies 484 66 480 80 



Total $2,18466 $2.180 80 



SECBETABT OF STATE. 

Annual salary $1,700. 

V. S. Sec. 5318. 

Fred A. Howland, salary $1,700 00 $1,700 00 

Fred A. Howland, p't'g, sta'y, postage and 

express 246 16 45 95 

Fred A. Howland, engraving certificate for 

U. S. Senator 6 00 

Total $1,952 16 $1,743 95 



ATTDITOE OP ACCOTTNTS. 

Annual salary $2,000. 

V. S. Sec. 5319. 

Expenses, No. 11 acts of 1900. 

Clerical assistance, No. 11 acts of 1900. 

Orion M. Barber, salary $2,000 00 $2,000 00 

Orion M. Barber, express, telegrams, telephone 

and traveling expenses 226 01 243 86 

E. C. Bennett, clerical assistance 207 00 549 80 

Orion M. Barber, postage, printing, stationery 

and office supplies 235 63 116 98 

Total $2,668 64 $2,910 61 

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INSURANCE DEFABTMENT. 

Ck)mpenflatioii of commissioners prior to February 1, 1901, 40 per cent, 
of fees collected. After February 1, 1901, annual salary $1,000 each. 

No. 57 acts of 1900. 

1900 and 1901 and 
1901. 1902. 

Fred A. Rowland, fees as commissioner.... $725 96 

John L. Bacon, fees as commissioner 651 55 

Stationery, printing, office supplies, blanks, 

postage, telegraph, telephone & express 162 96 

Fred A. Rowland, salary 333 33 $1,000 00 

John L. Bacon, salary 333 33 1,000 00 

Stationery, printing, office supplies, blanks, 

postage, telegraph, telephone & express.... 270 12 346 38 

Total $2,467 24 $2,346 38 



COMMISSIONES OF STATE TAXES. 

Annual salary $1,100. 
Clerk $300. 

V. S. Sec. 5322. 

D. H. Lewis, salary $575 00 

D. H. Lewis, clerk hire 150 00 

D. H. Lewis, postage, stationery, blanks and 

office supplies 7 00 

J. E. Cushman, salary 550 00 $1, 100 00 

J. E. Cushman, clerk hire 150 00 300 00 

J. E. Cushman, postage, stationery, blanks 

and office supplies 145 01 250 10 



Total $1,577 01 $1,650 10 



INSPECTOB OF FINANCE. 

♦Annual salary $1,000. 

V. S. Sec. 5321. 

F. S. Piatt, salary $1,000 00 $1,000 00 

F. S. Piatt, hotel & traveling expenses, tel., 
tel., sta*y, printing & supplies 450 41 373 73 

Total $1,450 41 $1,373 73 

/ — • 

♦The expenses of this department are repaid to the state by the 
various loan and savings institutions upon the apportionment of the 
State Treasurer. 



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AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS. 101 

SEBGEAHT-AT-ABHS. 

Anuual salary $150. 

V. S. Sec. 5341. 

inoo and 191)1 and 

1901. 1!K)2. 

T. C. Phinney, salary $150 00 $150 00 

T. C. Phinney, services as janitor SoJ C5 416 70 

Janitor 312 00 

Engineer 494 00 546 00 

For tel., tel., freight and express 115 17 8 11 

Furniture, repairs and supplies 3.810 12 1, 164 77 

B^iel 723 18 760 02 

Stationery 041 23 

£xtra serv. and exp. as sergeant-at-arnis. . . . 107 25 40 00 

Water and lights 92 90 89 75 

Vault for Adjutant-GeneraPs office 560 00 

Metal equipment for vault for Secretary of 

State 1,354 00 

Tile floor for Cabinet room 560 75 

Insurance 831 50 

Total $7,544 50 $6,234 20 



Hon, James W. Brock was appointed Sergeant-at-Arms in Decem- 
ber, 1901. 



STATE GEOLOGIST. 

Ceorge H. Perkins, per diem 

George H. Perkins, expenses 


$438 00 
232 07 


$ns7 OJ 
3i'6 47 


Total 


$670 07 


$1,053 47 



CVBATOB OF CABINET. 

George H. Perkins, per diem 

George H. Perkins, expenses 

George H. Perkins, postage, sta'y & blanks. 

George H. Perkins, specimens 

George H. Perkins, fittings 



Total 



V. S- Sees. 230 and 5328 have teen construed to give the Curator 
$^ per day and mileage during session of general assembly, and $3 per 
day and necessary expenses at other times when necessarily employed. 
Tnder No. 6 of acts of 1900, not exceeding $1,000 is annually appro- 
priated for geological work in the state and the Geologist has been 
Allowed $5 per day for that work. 



$255 00 

78 ()7 

29 84 

178 90 

35 45 


$143 00 

124 86 

17 62 

177 58 

171 77 


$577 86 


$634 83 



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102 BIEJNXIAL REPORT OF THE 



EDTTCAHOHAIu 

SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION. 

Annual salary $2,000. 

Clerk hire not to exceed $400 annually. 

V. S. Sec. 5320. 

1900 and 1901 and 
1901. 19r»2. 

Mason S. Stone, salary $1,000 00 

Mason S. Stone, clerk hire 200 00 

Mason S. Stone, traveling expenses 249 37 

Blanks, sta'y, postage, tel., tel. & supplies... 167 78 

Printing 18 86 

Walter E. Ranger, salary 1,000 00 $2.00) 00 

Walter E. Ranger, clerk hire 149 72 440 00 

Walter E. Ranger, traveling expenses 28^5 02 599 04 

Blanks, sta'y, postage, tel., tel. & supplies 285 73 433 31 

Printing 126 01 312 03 

Total $3,483 49 $3.7^ 38 



UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT AND STATE AGRICULTURAL 

COLLEGE. 

Appropriation under V. S. section SG5 $6,000 00 $6,000 00 

Interest on U. S. Agricultural College fund.. 8,130 00 8,130 00 

Total $14,13000 $14,130 00 



MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE. 

Appropriation under V. S. section S05 $2,400 00 $2,400 OO 

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NORWICH UNIVERSITY. 

Appropriation under V. S. section 8t>r> $2,400 00 $2,400 OO 

Appropriation under No. 33, acts of 1S98 1,800 00 3,000 OO 

Total $4,200 00 $6.000 00 

NORMAL SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS. 

Francis A. Bagnall, per diem $260 00 $113 OO 

Francis A. Bagnall, expenses 210 44 134 11 

F. W. Pierce, per diem 132 00 200 04> 

F. W. Pierce, exi>enses 107 98 144 12 

Walter E. Howaixl, per diem 64 00 288 OO 

Walter E. Howard, exi>enses 33 89 181 26 

Printing 27 00 20 62 

Total $835 31 $1,0S7 11 

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NORMAL SCHOOLS. 

1900 and 1901 and 

1901. 1902. 

Appropriation under section 6» No. 22, acts of 

1898, paid to Commissioners |7, 500 00 

Appropriation under section 1, No. 18, acts of 

1900, paid to Commissioners 8. 250 00 $16, 500 00 

Appropriation under section 2, No. 18, acts of 

1900, paid to Commissioners 1,500 00 

^_^_^__— __— . '^ 

Total $17,250 00 $16,500 00 

Repaid State Treasurer by Commissioners... 142 04 55 47 

Net expense $17,107 96 $16,444 53 



SUMMER SCHOOLS AND INSTITUTES. 

3 Summer schools, examiners' per diem and 
exi)enses thereat $746 35 

4 Summer schools, examiners' per diem and 

expenses thereat $1, 174 47 

3 Teachers' Institutes 201 35 278 31 

Total $947 70 $1,452 78 



INSTRUCTION FOR DEAF, DUMB, BLIND AND FEEBLE- 
MINDED. 

Annual appropriation under No. 30, acts 1898, not to exceed $11,000. 

Mass. School for the Feeble-Minded $2,551 61 $2,400 00 

Mystic Oral School for Deaf 20000 20000 

Clark School for the Deaf 1,700 00 1,800 00 

Hospital cottages for children 169 45 12 07 

American School at Hartford for the Deaf.. 2,600 00 1,912 00 

Perkins Inst & Mass. School for the Blind. . 2,466 67 2,200 00 

Minnie C. Fisher 13 80 9 60 

E. C. Smith, Commissioner, salary two years. 100 00 
W. W. Stickney, Commissioner, salary one 

year 50 00 

Total $9,801 53 $8,583 67 



UNION SCHOOLS. 
Appropriation under V. S. No. 625. 

D. A. Camp, treasurer, Barre (town), 20 per 
cent, of apportionment, salary of sup't of . 
schools, Barre (town) and Williamstown. . . $28 00 

George Beckett, treasurer, Williamstown, 20 
per cent, of apportionment, salary of sup't 
of schools, Williamstown and Barre (town). 12 00 



Total $40 00 



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BIENNIAL REPORT OF THE 



COUNTY EXAMINERS. 

Per diem $4.00. 

Expenses not to exceed $200, V. S. Sec. 612. 



Addison: 

Thos. E. JJoyce, per diem 

Thos. B. Boyee, expenses 

Benning^n: 

John Li. Alger, per diem 

John L. Alger, expenses 

Frank P. Davidson, per diem 

Frank P. Davidson, expenses 

Charles I/. Simmons, per diem 

Charles L. Simmons, expenses 

Caledonia: 

W. H. Taylor, per diem 

W. H. Taylor, expenses 

W. H. Taylor, summer schools, per diem 
W. H. Taylor, summer schools, expenses 



Chittenden: 

John E. Allen, per diem 

John E. Allen, expenses 

Essex: 

E. W. Wright, per diem 

E. W. Wright, expenses 

Helen M. Blake, <per diem 

Helen M. Blake, expenses 

Franklin: 

H. E. Rustedt, per diem 

H. E. Rustedt, expenses 

Grand Isle: 

Lienora E. Marvin, per diem 

Lenora E. Marvin, expenses 

Lamoille: 

E. L. Ingalls, per diem 

E. L. Ingalls, expenses 

E. Lf. Ingalls, summer school, per diem 
E. L. Ingalls, summer school, expenses 



1000 and 
1901. 

$174 79 
72 33 



1901 and 
1902. 

$154 18 
112 40 



$247 12 
$140 50 


$266 58 


171 23 




87 50 


$156 15 


53 31 


62 25 




59 11 




44 74 






$452 54 
$261 50 


$322 25 
$277 00 


145 48 


142 89 


4000 
12 00 




$458 98 
$144 70 


$419 89 
$204 10 


65 32 


87 16 






$210 02 

$137 50 
120 06 


$291 26 

$80 00 
30 82 




101 00 
35 53 


$257 56 

$185 00 
65 85 


$247 35 

$178 50 
69 67 


$250 85 

$78 00 
25 75 


$248 17 

$90 50 
22 16 


$103 75 

$140 10 
58 49 
40 00 
20 00 


$112 66 

$155 60 
78 72 



$258 59 $234 32 

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AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS. 105 

1900 and 1901 and 

Orange: 1901. 1902. 

Fred E. Priohard, per diem from July 25, 1898, 

to June 2, 1900 $357 00 

Fred E. Prichard, expenses from July 25, 

1896, to June 2, 1900 166 18 

Fred E. Prichard, per diem for year ending 

June 30, 1901 155 50 

Fred E. Prichard, expenses for year ending 

June 30, 1901 ; 

Fred E. Prichard, summer school, 1898. . 
Fred E. Prichard, summer school, 1899. . 



Orleans: 

G. A. Andrews, per diem 

6. A. Andrews, exipenses 

E. G. Baldwin, per diem 

E. G. Baldwin, expenses 

E. G. Baldwin, summer school, per diem. 
E. G. Baldwin, summer school, expenses. 



Rutland: 

W. P. Abbott, per diem 

W. P. Abbott, expenses 

W. P. Abbott, summer school, per diem. . 
W. P. Abbott, summer school, expenses. 



Washington: 

O. D. Mathewson, per diem. 
O. D. Mathewson, expenses. . 



Windham: 

H. D. Ryder, per diem. 
H. D. Ryder, expenses. 



Windsor: 

H. Dressel, Jr., per diem 

H. Dressel, Jr., expenses 

H. Dressel, Jr., summer school, per diem. 

H. Dressel, Jr., summer school, expenses. 



67 86 
40 00 
40 00 




$826 54 




$72 90 
38 35 

144 50 
58 20 


$255 50 

111 89 

40 00 

20 00 


$313 95 


$427 39 


$210 94 

125 96 

40 00 

15 00 


$216 00 
124 42 


$391 90 


$340 42 


$218 15 
58 35 


$224 20 
76 86 


$276 50 


$301 06 


$413 50 
158 04 


$270 77 
87 62 


$571 54 


$358 39 


$209 70 
71 87 


$183 95 

82 06 

40 00 

2 00 



$281 57 $308 01 



Total $4,901 41 $3,877 75 



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STATE LIBRARIAN. 

Annual salary $350. 

V. S. Sec. 5326. 

1900 and 1901 and 

1901. 1902. 

Hiram A. Huse, arrears of 1899 $87 50 

Hiram A. Huse, salary 350 00 $350 00 



Total $437 50 $350 00 



ASSISTANT STATE LIBRARIAN. 

Annual salary $1,000. 

V. S. Sec. 5326. 

T. L. Wood, first assistant, salary $902 78 

E. M. Goddard, first assistant, salary 97 22 $1,000 00 

Total $1,000 00 $1,000 00 

STATE LIBRARY. 

Balance appropriation purchase of books $400 00 $1,600 00 

Current expenses 175 93 

Catalogue expenses 109 20 

Second Assistant Librarian 34 50 120 00 

Total $719 63 $1,720 00 

LIBRARY COMMISSIONERS. 

S. W. Landon, expenses $307 26 $93 47 

Mary L. Titcomb, expenses 37 65 

Mrs. Walter P. Smith, expenses 44 89 59 64 

H. E. Rustedt, expenses 27 85 2 12 

Miss Charlotte C. Gibson, expenses 17 78 25 75 

Mrs. M. H. Buckham, expenses 33 89 

Total $435 43 $214 87 

TOWN LIBRARIES. 

Appropriation under V. S. Sec. 880. 

Town of Lincoln $100 00 

Town of Braintree 100 00 

Town of Greensboro 100 00 

Town of Warren 100 00 

Town of Plttsfield 100 00 

Town of New Haven 100 00 

Town of Bamet 100 00 

Town of Fairfield 100 00 

Town of Bristol 100 00 

Town of Salisbury $100 CO 

Town of Hinesb\irp: lOO OO 

Town of Addison 100 OO 

Total $900 00 $300 OO 

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AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS. 107 

TRAVELING LIBRARIES. 

Under No. 32, Acts of 1900. 

1900 and 1901 and 

1901. 1902. 

Purchase and equipment $224 41 $524 82 

Clerical labor 6 15 47 65 



Total $230 56 $572 47 

MIIITAEY. 

MILITARY EXPENDITURES. 

Amount expenses militia, including; officers' 

school, musters and rent of armories $23,017 71 $24,215 40 

Printing and supplies 522 72 152 00 

Balance expenses Spanish war 110 00 



Total $23,650 43 $24,367 40 

I ADJUTANT AND INSPECTOR GENERAL. 

I ^ Annual salary $1,000. 

i V. S. Sec. 5323. 

I T. S. Peck, salary to October 1, 1900 $333 33 

I W. H. Gllnaore, salary to December 1, 1900 166 67 

Stity, p't'g, office supplies, express, post., tel. & telg 73 93 

Total $573 93 

QUARTERMASTER GENERAL. 

Annual salary $600. 

V. S. Sec. 5324. 

W. H. Gllmore, salary to December 1, 1900 $300 00 

Siafy, p't'g, office supplies, express, post, tel. & telg 60 80 

Total $360 80 



Xo. 60 of Acts of 1900 combined the two last mentioned offices in 
006 ooder the title of Adjutant and Inspector General. 

ADJUTANT, INSPECTOR AND QUARTERMASTER GENERAL. 
Annual salary $1,200, clerk $300. 

No. 69, Acts of 1900. 

W. H. Gilmore, salary $600 00 $1,200 00 

Clerk hire ." 150 00 300 00 

Printing and stationery 23 32 198 06 



Total $773 32 $1,698 06 



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INSANE. 

SUPERVISORS OF THE INSANE. 

Per diem $4.00. 

1900 and 1901 and 

1901. 1902. 

C. M. Ferrin, per diem $124 00 

C. M. Ferrin, expenses 154 05 

C. L. Erwln, per diem 228 00 $248 00 

C. L. Erwin, expenses 264 76 298 59 

Geo. S. Foster, per diem 188 00 272 00 

Geo. S. Foster, expenses 171 50 275 56 

L. M. Green, per diem 104 00 212 00 

L. M. Green, expenses 84 69 182 02 



Total $1,319 00 $1,488 16 



TRUSTEES, THE VERMONT STATE HOSPITAL FOR THE 

INSANE. 

Per diem $4.00. 

W. N. Piatt, per diem $212 00 $128 00 

W. N. Piatt, expenses 215 85 117 41 

Orrice Ballard, per diem 64 00 

Orrlce Ballard, expenses 35 42 

Geo. W. Wing, per diem 184 00 

Geo. W. Wing, expenses 29 82 

C. H. Maxham, per diem 84 00 178 OO 

C. H. Maxham, expenses 8060 9099 

Printing commitment blanks. No. 48,*Acts of 

1900 100 50 



Total $905 69 $623 90 



VERMONT STATE HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE. 

To amount of orders drawn for support of 
Institution, viz.: 

Salaries and wages $39,206 91 

Fuel and lights 15,450 93 

Other expenses, repairs and improvements... 57,952 91 

$112,610 75 

To special appropriation, No. 132, Acts of 1900 5,951 OO 

Total $118,561 75 

By amount received from private patients, miscellaneous 
sales, and sundry house rents, and paid State Treasurer. $4,973 OS 

Balance showing net expense to state $113,588 67 

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1900 and 19^1 and 

1901. 1902. 

To amount of orders drawn for support of 
Institution, viz.: 

Salaries and wages $40,232 13 

Fuel and lights 13,535 47 

Other expenses, repairs and improvements... 61,578 18 

1115,345 78 

To special app. No. 132, Acts of 1900 8,000 00 

Total $123,345 78 

By amount received from private patients, miscellaneous 

sales, and sundry house rents, and paid State Treasurer. 8,100 30 

Balance showing net expense to state $115,245 48 

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BRATTLEBORO RETREAT. 
Board of insane poor $38,904 29 $51,264 74 

Appropriation under No. 132, Acts of 1900 $4, 000 00 



PENAL. 

Board of Visitors. 

Per diem $5.00. 

Kittredge Haskins, per diem 

Kittredge Haskins, expenses 

M. F. Allen, per diem 

M. F. Allen, expenses 

Fletcher D. Proctor, per diem 

Fletcher D. Proctor, expenses 

Total 



$15 00 




9 48 






$40 00 




23 35 




15 00 




4 88 



$24 48 



$83 23 



PRISON COMMISSIONERS. 

Per diem $5.00. 

M. O. Perkins, per diem 

M. O. Perkins, expenses 

E- C. Tuttle, per diem 

E. C, Tuttle, expenses 

H. C. Bates, per diem 

H. C. Bates, expenses 

M. F. Allen, per diem .". 

M, F. Allen, expenses 

Jno. N. Woodfin, per diem 

Jno. N. Woodfin, expenses 

Total 



$85 00 




8 13 




37 00 




26 07 




92 50 




38 63 




35 00 




5 40 




106 00 


$136 00 


24 80 


13 30 



$458 53 $149 30 



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DIRECTORS STATE PRISON AND HOUSE OF CORRECTION. 
Per diem $4.00. 

1900 and 1901 and 

1901. 1902. 

E. C. Tuttle, per diem $196 00 

E. C. Tuttle, expenses 43 55 

E. M. Bartlett, per diem 82 00 

E. M. Bartlett expenses 93 47 

M. O. Perkins, i)er diem 68 00 $1(M 00 

M. O. Perkins, expenses 8 99 8 50 

Zina H. Albee, per diem 44 00 G8 00 

Zina H. Albee, expenses 20 70 17 73 

J. N. Woodfin, per diem 136 00 

J. N. Woodfin, expenses 24 56 



Total $562 71 $358 88 



STATE PRISON. 

To amount of orders drawn for support of Institution $25,751 40 

To amount received for visitors fees and sundry sales 
during fiscal year and used by Institution for its benefit. 911 26 



$26,662 66 
By receipts from manufacturing department 

as reported by State Treasurer $23, 128 18 

By amount received for visitors fees and sun- 
dry sales during fiscal year 911 26 

24,039 44 



Balance showing net expense to state $2, 623 22 

To amount of orders drawn for support of Institution $25,300 00 

To received for visitors fees and sundry sales during fiscal 

year and used by Institution for its benefit 1,465 73 



$26,765 73 

By receipts from manufacturing department 
as reported by State Treasurer $24,924 78 

By amount received for visitors fees and sun- 
dry sales during fiscal year 1,465 73 



26,390 51 



Balance showing net expense to state $375 22 

HOUSE OP CORRECTION. 

To amount of orders drawn for support of Institution $15,806 67 

By amount paid to Treasurer for board of 
United States prisoners $715 50 

By amount paid to Treasurer for visitors fees. 40 60 

By amount paid to Treasurer for miscel- 
laneous receipta and sales 582 61 

By amount paid to Treasurer for receipts of 

manufacturing department 10,000 00 

11,338 71 



Balance showing net expense to state $4,467 96 

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1901 and 
1902. 

To amount of orders drawn for support of Institution $16,950 00 

By amount paid Treasurer for receipts of manufacturing 
department 18,500 00 



Balance in favor of Institution $1,550 00 



TRUSTEES OF VERMONT INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. 
Per diem $4.00. Chairman, annually $100 additional. 

K, W. Halburd, per diem 

R. W. Hulburd, expenses 

T. 31 Deal, per diem 

T. M. Deal, expenses 

John E. Weeks, per diem 

JohD E. Weeks, expenses 

Total 

VERMONT INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. 

1900 and 
1901. 

To amount of orders drawn for support of Institution $20,936 07 

To amount of special aippro., under No. 130, Acts of 1900. . 2,800 00 



1900 and 

1901. 

$184 00 

44 40 

36 00 

18 00 

36 00 

7 50 


1901 and 
1902. 

$246 68 

45 00 
9 70 


$325 90 


$301 38 



$23,736 07 
By sundry receipts received during fiscal year and turned 
into State Treasury 900 00 



Balance showing net expense to state $22, 836 07 

1901 and 
1902. 

To amount of orders drawn for support of Institution $22,950 02 

By sundry receipts received during fiscal year and turned 
into State Treasury 419 56 

Balance showing net expense to state $22, 530 46 



LEGISLATIVE EXPENSES. 1900 and 

1901. 

0. F. Lehuid, exp. jt com., game and flBberiee $10 40 

^ B. Franklin, exp. Jt com., military affairs 65 00 

l H. Thomas, exp. jt com., attending funeral, G. R. Ourtis 83 75 

I W. Currier, exp. jt com., St P. and H. of G. Indus. Sch. 373 10 

^' E. Moody, exp. jt com. on insane 97 97 

Mil U Powen, salary secretary of Senate 425 00 

^. K. Famsw^ntli, salary asst. secretary of Senate 246 60 

Frank W. Sault, Senate reporter 212 40 

Thomas C. Cheney, clerk of House 600 00 

Fped L. H«mdlton, asst clerk of House 267 00 

^Ttt«. A. Plnmley, asst clerk of House 252 20 

L. B. J<4inson, reporter. House, .u 206 60 

K. C. Mclntype, reporter. House. 221 60 

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1900 and 
1901. 

John W. Peck, eugineer $171 20 

F. H. Wedge, asst. engineer 171 20 

D. H. Skinner, messenger, sergeant-at-anns 175 00 

H. R. Mai'vin, messenger, sergeant-at-arms 187 00 

R. L. Morgan, messenger, Senate 192 60 

W. H. Hewett, messenger, Senate 180 40 

(^o. H. Beard, messenger. House 183 60 

Lewis Rosseau, messenger. House 192 00 

Roy P. Sheldon, messenger. House 201 40 

Ervin E. Harvey, messenger. House 184 80 

C. S. Brownell, messenger. Executive 179 40 

Ernest J. Waterman,, clerk com. revi^on bills 197 00 

E. C. Bennett, clerk Auditor's office 204 40 

E. F. Keith, sweeper 171 20 

R. T. Phlnney, sweeper i 171 20 

E. Earl Hunt, sweeper 171 20 

Ghas. W. Wing, sweeper , 171 20 

Argus & Patiiot Co., ptg. for elk. House and sec. Senate. . 28 40 

Vermont W- a<tchman Co., i>tg. and sta'y 83 40 

Vermont Watchman Co., ptg. diagram of Rep. Hall 8 88 

W. W. Wheelock, biU covers 64 00 

Vermont Watchman Co., printing 72 50 

Union Card Co., folders for Hou^ com 11 86 

T. C. Phlnney, typewriter for secretary of Senate 12 00 

J. W. Flint, engrossing clerk 279 00 

M. F. Allen, signing engrossed bills 58 70 

F. D. Proctor, signing engrossed bills 22 10 

Bennington Banner, newspapers furnished members, 1900. 25 
St. Albans Messenger Co., newspapers furnished mem>bers, 

1900 103 25 

B. M. Wells, Lyndonville Journal 26 

Boston HeraM Co 86 

Barre Newspaper Co 50 

Barre Daily Times , 87 

Fred N. Whitney, Northfield News 81 

Herald & Globe Association, Rutland Herald 58 50 

Luther B. Johnson, Johnson's Papers 1 44 

St. Johnsbury Rep. Co 4 75 

Reformer Publishing Co 1 50 

Brandon Publishing Co 50 

W^. H. Bishop & Son 76 

Bellows Falls Times 50 

Free Press Association 234 T6 

O. L. French, Vermont Phoenix 1 76 

Carl C. Fletcher . 50 

Vermonter Publishing Co 1 00 

Camibridge Transcript 40 

Vermont Tribune 75 

Lamoille Pmblishing Co 25 

D. W. Hlldreth, Express and Standard 26 

News Publishing Co., newspapers 1 00 

Ed. T. Seguin, newspapers 1 00 

$7,174 48 
Debentures of General Assembly, Session of 1900, paid by 

State Treasurer 54,805 40 

Total $61,979 83 



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SPECIAL AFFBOFBIATIONS. 

Special Appropriations of 1898 under No. 147. 

State House Addition. 

1900 and 
1901. 
John L. Bacon, treasurer, commissioners' order 

balance contract , $930 00 

C. W. Brownell, services as commissioner 172 40 

T. C. Phinney, services, commissioner and ser- 

geant-at-arms 200 00 

Kitridge Haskins, services as commissioner. . 164 12 

George H. Almon, electric lighting and fixtures 228 03 

Peck Brothers, steam work and plumbing 473 00 

W. E. Jackson, services as expert 25 00 

A. E. Niles, furnishings 125 00 

Total $2,317 55 

Under No. 363, J. R. 1898, W. H. Gllmore 15 73 

Total under 1898 $2,333 28 

Under the following Acts of 1900. 

No. 317, Charles W. Ying $85 00 

No. 123, Enosburg Falls Savings Bank & Trust 

Co 5,669 39 

No. 238 Frank P. Bliss 100 00 

No. 304, W. S. Nay 100 00 

No. 296, A. A. Hall 100 00 

No. 298, George M. Hogan 51 52 

No. 290. M. E. Chase 24 00 

No. 297, George J. Hodges 210 00 

No. 311, Richard A. Hoar 122 10 

No. 311, R. E. Brown 49 25 

No. 287, O. A. Baldwin 21 25 

No. 307, Asa L. Preston 27 00 

No. 305, Wm. S. Newton 68 58 

No. 311, E. L. Bates 95 18 

No. 311, F. L. Fish 36 95 

No. 311, John G. Sargent 43 21 

No. 368, W. H. Rowland 25 00 

No. 311, L. P. Slack 142 34 

No. 315. H. S. WiUson 73 15 

No. 310, R. A. Spafford 451 80 

No. 311, D. W. Steele 29 68 

No. 316, W. B. Mayo, M. D 20 66 

No. 292, Carrie Corbett 96 45 

No. 303, J. W. Mears 27 80 

No. 314, H. R. Wilder 30 00 

No. 316, J. H. Winch 25 66 

No. 294, First National Bank of Springfield .... 115 00 

No. 311, W. H. Taylor 30 00 

No. 289, Thad M. Chapman 545 65 

No. 301, W. S. Lowell 35 46 

No. 293, 0. W. Daley 50 00 

No. 286, A. T. Arkley, M. D 15 00 

No. 286, C. S. Jenne 10 00 

No. 285, B. H. Alden 18 00 

No.291,0. D. Cobleigh 178 61 



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1902. 



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1900 and 1901 and 

1901. 1902. 

No. 302, H. W. McFarland $40 25 

No. 295. Horace F. (Jraliam 43 01 

No. 306, Elmer H. Nugent 40 00 

No. 127, E. A. Moore 1,000 00 

No. 120, H. H. Shedd 1,000 00 

No. 313, E. C. Wella 61 02 

No. 308, Gertrude F. Robinson 46 80 

No. 299, B. F. Kelley 59 54 

No. 309. W. H. Rowland 25 00 

No. 300, 1). W. Kelley 50 00 

Total $11, 1(M 04 

I'nder J. R. No. 323, W. W. Stickney $500 OO 

Under J. R. No. 332, Free Press Association 222 50 



$722 50 



Note. — Of the foregoing antiounts, $25 erroneously paid to W. H. 
Rowland has by him been repaid to the State Treasrurer. 

SOLDIERS' CLAIMS. 

Under No. 73, Acts of 1900. 
Paid three claimants $174 28 



FEINTING. 

COMMISSIONERS OF STATE PRINTING. 

Per diem $5.00. 

1900 and 
1901. 

O. M. Barber, per diem $«3 75 

O. M. Barber, expenses 103 09 

Printing and stationery, advertising proposals for state 

printing 59 40 

Total $240 24 

PUBLIC PRINTING. 

Volume 71, Vermont Reports $1, 148 24 

Paper for state printing 1.626 84 

Report of Insurance Commissioners, 1900 824 00 

Binding tjtvo volumes Laws of Vermont and 

four H. and S. B. books 33 50 

Extra copies report Inspector of Finance 171 41 

Extra copies report Soldiers' Home 100 00 

legislative directory 500 00 

Report Normal School Commissioners 52 20 

Report Board of Agriculture 868 04 

Report Commissioner Double Taxation 292 99 

Report State Highway Commissioner, 1900 139 00 

School registers and grand list books 001 16 

Tax inventory blanks 676 88 

Session Laws, 1900 1.512 92 

Wynkoop Hallenbeck Crawford Co 3,500 00 $5,500 00 



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Supreme Court rules 

\'ermont Reports 

Begistratlon reports 

Kalance for Session Laws, 1900 

(irand list books for 1902 

Justice bills of costs and Justice returns 

Vaper for state printing 

Reports of Experiment Station, 1900 and 1901. 



L900and 


1901. 


$150 00 


1.104 03 


268 75 


30 93 


451 36 


126 00 


203 03 


2,000 00 



Total $12,047 18 $9,834 10 



PROMULGATING PUBLIC ACTS OF 1900. 

Balance 1898 under No. 116, Acts of 1898 $811 77 $131 67 

Paid newspapers, printing and circulating 
Public Acts of 1900 2.748 34 51 00 



Total $3,560 11 $182 67 



AGEICTTLTTTEAI. 

BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 



Per diem $4.00. 


1900 and 
1901. 

$76 00 

.53 13 

204 00 

176 48 

24 00 

18 84 

188 00 

150 (^ 


1901 and 
1902. 








.<<304 00 




254 91 












186 00 




173 26 








$890 50 


$918 17 







J. L. Hills, per diem 

J. L. Hills, expenses 

Ernest Hitchcock, per diem 
tt-nest Hitchcock, expenses. 

J. K. Curtis, per diem 

J. K. Curtis, expenses 

(tec. Aitkin, per diem 

Geo. Aitkin, expenses 

Total 



SECRETARY BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 

Per diem $4.00. 

C. J. Bell, per diem $381 41 

C. J. Bell, expenses 380 24 $342 33 

Jjervices and expenses of assistants at farmers* 

institutes 1.391 36 1,162 40 

Printing, stationery, etc 727 85 200 87 

Total $2,880 86 $2, 135 60 

Total of Board and Secretary $3, 771 36 $3, 053 77 



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CATTLE COMMISSIONERS. 

Per diem $4.00. 

1900 and 1901 and 

1901. 1902. 

J. K. Curtis, per diem $174 00 

.T. K, Curtis, expenses 102 78 

Ernest Hitchcock, per diem 116 00 $240 00 

Ernest Hitchcock, expenses 78 87 225 05 

J. L. Hills, per diem 20 00 

J. L. Hills, expenses 7 58 

Geo. Aitkin, per diem 78 00 66 OO 

C4eo. Aitkin, expenses 105 34 55 66 

Total $682 57 $586 71 

C. J. Bell, secretary, per diem $491 00 $736 00 

C. J. Bell, secretary, per diem 596 84 760 37 

Iiegal services authorized by Governor 20 00 90 58 

Assistants 34 GO 

Printing and stationery 16 25 

$1,107 84 $1,637 80 

Total of board and secretary $1,790 41 $2,224 51 

Expense of testing cattle by order of cattle 

com'rs, paid veterinarians and others, exp. . $3,057 55 $1,275 00 

Veterinarians and others, expenses 607 42 223 83 

Total $3,664 97 $1,498 83 

Animals killed by order of commissioners, 

paid for cattle, horses and sheep $12, 646 58 $20, 289 75 



FXTBIIC HEALTH. 

BOARD OP HEALTH. 

Per diem $4.00. 

After December 1, 1900, salary of secretary fixed by board. No. 91, 

acts of 1900. 



Henry D. Holton, sec, per diem to Dec. 1, 1900 

Henry D. Holton, secretary, salary 

Henry D. Holton, secretary, expenses 

J. H. Hamilton, per diem 

J. H. Hamilton, expenses 

C. S. Caverly, per diem 

C. S. Caverly, expenses 

T. R. Stiles, per diem 

T. R. Stiles, expenses 

J. H. Hamilton, services compiling vital sta- 
tistics 



1900 and 


1901 and 


1901. 


1902. 


$141 00 




900 00 


$1,350 CO 


243 00 


121 45 


963 00 




156 09 




260 00 


168 CO 


202 96 


98 21 


172 00 


92 OO 


181 44 


88 21 


100 00 




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1900 and 1901 and 

1901. 1902. 

J. H. Hamilton, services inspecting Chinamen. $241 00 

Kegistratlon printing 617 66 

Printing and stationery 913 46 

Attorney fee, authorized by the Governor. . . . $20 00 

Total $5,091 61 $1,937 87 

LABORATORY OF HYGIENE. 

To orders drawn for support of laboratory 

during fiscal year $8,197 40 $10,957 65 

To orders drawn for equipment 2, 000 00 

To orders drawn for printing 42 35 

$10,239 75 $10,957 65 
By repaid State Treasurer 10 29 

Net cost to state $10,229 46 $10,957 65 



EAILBOAD COHMISSIOirEBS. 

Compensation, chairman $6 per day. 

Members and clerk $5 per day. 

No! 132, acts of 1896. 



D. J. Foster, chairman, 'per diem December 1, 
1899, to December 1, 1900 

D. J. Foster, chairman, expenses 

Jonathan Ross, chairman, per diem after 
December 1, 1900 

Jonathan Ross, chairman, expenses. 

John D. Miller, per diem 

John D. Miller, expenses 

Lavant M. Read, per diem 

Lavant M. Read, expenses 

H. S. Bingham, per diem 

H. S. Bingham, expenses 



KM) and 


1901 and 


1901. 


1902. 


$558 00 




113 05 




222 00 


$465 00 


47 03 


100 80 


325 00 




126 17 




135 00 


335 00 


40 92 


106 23 


195 00 


490 00 


64 14 


172 38 



$1,826 31 $1,669 41 



CLERK OF RAILROAD COMMISSION. 

Cliarles Batchelder, per diem to Dec. 4, 1900. . $577 50 

Charles Batchelder, expenses 74 23 

Erwin M. Harvey, per diem from Dec. 4, 1900. 395 00 $907 50 

Erwin M. Harvey, expenses 69 53 124 01 

Witness and officers' fees 83 99 127 40 

Printing, postage and stationery for board... 495 01 156 29 

Printing report, 1900 1,344 83 

$3,040 09 $1,315 20 

Total of board and cleric $4,866 40 $2,964 61 



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STATE HIOHWAT COHMISSIONEB. 

Per diem $4.00. 

No. 65, acts of 1898. 

1900 and 1901 and 

1901. 1902 
W. B. Viall, per diem from January 25, 1899, 

to January 28, 1900 $488 00 

Hotel, livery, railroad, telephone & telegraph. 150 20 

Stationery, printing, postage and express 309 43 

W. B. Vlall, per diem July 1, to Dec, 1900. . . 160 00 

Hotel, livery, railroad, telephone & telegraph. 56 50 

Stationery, printing, postage and express 54 08 

J. O. Sanford, per diem Jan. 1, to May 10, 1901. 180 00 $392 00 

Hotel, livery, railroad, telephone & telegraph. 116 68 149 06 

Stationery, printing, postage and express 71 36 149 08 

Speakers, and expenses of county meetings. . 47 68 66 54 



Total $1,633 93 $756 63 



SPECIAL COMMISSIONS. 

KIOHWAY COMMISSIONERS. 

Appointed by County Courts under V. S. 3364 et seq. to expend appro- 
priations ordered by such courts. 

1900 and 1901 and 

1901. 1902. 

W. H. Hamilton, highway In Wardsboro $150 00 $75 00 

Henry S. Burt, highway in Sunderland 1.000 00 1,000 00 

A. O. Coleman, highway in Jamaica 75 00 

A. O. Coleman, Rawsonville road 75 OO 

Henry S. WiUson, highway in Woodford 1,400 00 

Total $1,225 00 $2,550 00 



COMMISSIONERS OF TAXES. 

Unorganized towns and gores. 

For fees see V. S. sec. 5408. 

Addison county com'r, per diem and expenses. $6 12 

Essex county com*r, per diem and expenses. . 107 73 $165 62 

Franklin county com'r, per diem and exp 28 10 

Essex county collector of taxes 70 65 



Total $212 60 $165 62 

COMMISSION TO ESTABLISH BOUNDARY LINE MONUMENTS 
BETWEEN VERMONT AND MASSACHUSETTS. 

No. 237, acts of 1892. 

Kittridge Haskins, per diem $22 00 

Kittridge Haskins, expenses 18 70 

Total $40 70 

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BAR EXAMINATION EXPENSES. 

Under No. 157, acts of 1898. 

1900 and 
1901. 

Willard Farrin^on, expenses $10 70 

A. E. Gadworth, expenses 13 ^ 

U:l6 K. Darling, expenses 

John W. Redmond, expenses 

F. H. Button, expenses 

Total $23 95 $57 23 



COMMISSION TO INVESTIGATE DOUBLE TAXATION. 

Under No. 375, acts of 1896. 

W. J. Bigelow, per diem $92 00 

W, J. Bigelow, expenses 18 98 

John B. Peckett, per diem and expenses 400 00 

Total $510 98 



1901 and 


1902. 


$9 85 


16 43 


11 70 


11 00 


8 25 



STATE BOABD OF PHABMACY. 



A. W. Hlggins, per diem, 
i. W. Hlggins, expenses. 
J. 6. BeUrose, per diem. 
J. G. Bellrose, expenses. . 
A. L. Dntcber, per diem. 
A. L. Dutcber, expenses. 
0^ 0. Bingham, per diem. 
C. G. Bingham, expenses. 

C. Blakely, per diem 

C. Blakely, expenses 

Printing for board 



1900 and 
1901. 
$24 00 


1901 and 
1902. 

$21 00 


24 66 


18 25 


222 00 


72 00 


159 62 


42 64 


33 OO 


24 00 


31 20 


28 71 


12 00 


29 00 


12 37 


27 87 




43 50 




29 54 


2 70 


36 22 



$521 54 $372 73 

By fees collected $812 00 128 00 

Balance from 1900 171 31 $983 31 



Net income to state $461 67 

Net expenses to state $244 73 



Note. — Under V. S., section 4666, no compensation for services or 
expenses can be paid to the members of this board unless a smn equal 
ijereto has been collected by the board and turned Into the State 
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FISH AND GAME. 

FISH AND GAME COMMISSIONERS. 

1900 and 
1901. 

Horace W. Bailey, per diem ^52 

Horace W. Bailey, expenses ^^ 

E. A. Davis, per diem ^ w 

E. A. Davis, expenses JT^ ^ 

John W. Tltcomb, per diem S); ^ 

John W. Tltcomb, expenses 237 46 

H. G. Thomas, per diem 

H. G. Thomas, expenses 

Postage, printing and stationery 807 84 

'Supplies and assistants 1,352 37 

Total $3,11036 $1,616 81 



FISH HATCHERY AT ROXBURY. 

Horace W. Bailey, Supt., per diem, to Decem- 
ber 1, 1900 $10200 

Horace W. Bailey, Supt, expenses, to Decem- 
ber 1, 1900 46 09 

E. A. Davis, per diem 120 00 $272 00 

E. A. Davis, expenses 37 27 173 99 

Labor and supplies 1,845 91 2,010 58 

Total $2,151 27 $2,456 57 



1901 and 


1902. 


$222 00 


273 41 


332 00 


394 41 


91 00 


55 49 


23 15 


225 35 



Note. — Vermont statutes, section 4566 appropriates for the gen- 
eral purposes of the Fish and Gume Commissioners, $2,000 annually. 

No. 141 of the acts of 1896 appropriates $3,500 for the purpose of 
maintaining and equipping the fish hatchery for the years 1899 and 
1900. 

No. 128 of the acts of 1900 appropriates $3,000 for the year 1901, 
and $2,000 annually thereafter for the purpose of maintaining and 
equipping said hatchery. 

SWANTON FISH HATCHERY. 

Under No. 129, acts of 1900. 

Appropriation $1,500, to establish hatchery. 

To order for land and buildings $900 00 

To order for expense of construction 599 87 

C. C. Gilmore, per diem $150 91 

O. C. GUmore, equipment and maintenance... 1,134 17 

Total $1,499 87 $1,285 OS 

By license fees collected and paid State Treas. 1,186 OO 

Net cost to state $1,499 87 $99 OS 

The act establishing this hatchery provides that It shall be main- 
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FISH NET BOUNTIES. 

Under No. 98, acts of 1898. 

1900 and 1901 and 

1901. 1902. 

Paid claimants $70 00 ?7 50 



MOIETIES UNDEB EISH AND GAME LAW. 

Paid claimants under V. S. 5142 $30 00 

Paid claimants under V. S. 4575 : 10 00 $53 00 

Paid claimants under V. S. 4575, through 

county clerks 95 00 25 00 



Total $135 00 $78 00 

Note. — Twice the amount of these moieties has been paid into the 
State Treasury as a result of criminal prosecutions to enforce this law. 
The state has also paid the costs of prosecution when no conviction was 
obtained. 

NOXIOUS ANIMAL BOUNTIES. 

Under No. 110. acts of 1898. 

1900 and 1901 and 

1901. 1902. 

Paid for 4,501 foxes $2,700 60 

Paid for 54 lynxes 270 00 

Paid for 31 bears 372 00 

Paid for 51 rattlesnakes 51 00 

Paid for 4,192 foxes $2,516 20 

Paid for 53 lynxes 265 00 

Paid for 28 bears 336 00 

Paid for 105 rattlesnakes 105 00 

Paid for 3 wolves 36 00 

Total $3,393 60 $3,258 20 



MOIETIES UNDEB LIQUOB LAW. 

1900 an< 
1901. 
Paid claimants $101 25 $27 50 



1900 and 1901 and 

1901. 1902. 



SOLDIEBS' HOME. 

1900 and 1901 and 

1901. 1902. 

To amount of orders drawn during year and 

paid from state funds $8,005 00 $9,000 00 

To amount of orders drawn during fiscal year 
and paid from U. S. Government funds 3,692 67 6,844 17 



Total $11,697 67 $15,844 17 



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1900 and 
1901. 
The Youcbers of the Soldiers' Home, on file in 
this office, show the exi>en3e8 of that Insti- 
tation for the two fiscal years as follows: 

Salaries and wages $5, 515 54 

Trustees' salaries and expenses 484 80 

Fuel and lights 1,003 03 

Supplies and other exi>enses 9.921 79 

Total $17,525 16 



1901 and 
1902. 



$5,564 10 

609 05 

1,610 69 

11,164 19 

$18,948 Oa 



It Will be noted that the actual cost to the state Is $8,005 and $9,000, 
respectively, for these years. 



DECEASED VETEKANS. 

1900 and 1901 and 

1901. 1902. 
Paid for funeral expenses and headstones, 

under No. 124, acts of 1896 $1,438 93 $1,370 67 

PENSIONS. 

1900 and 1901 and 

1901. 1902. 

A. W. Kezer, under No. 231, acts of 1884 $120 00 $120 00 

Peter Lander, under No. 230, acts of 1886. ... 120 00 120 00 

Total $240 00 $240 00 



VEXHONT DAIBTHAN'S ASSOCIATION. 

1900 and 1901 and 
1901. 1902. 

Paid appropriation under Y. S. sec. 249 $1,000 00 $1,000 OO 



HAPLE SUOAE MAEEBS' ASSOCIATION. 

1900 and 1901 axia 

1901. 1902. 

Paid appropriation under V. S. sec. 254 $500 00 $500 OO 



COVNTT COMinSSIONESS. 

Under y. 8. Sec. 4446. 

Addison: 1900 and 1901. 1901 and 190^ 

D. J. Mathews, services $51 00 $45 00 

E. J. Mathews, expenses 25 45 25 15 

$76 45 $70 X& 



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BemUngton: 1900 and 1901. 1901 and 1902. 

H. B. Bottom, services $21 00 

H. B. Bottom, expenses 4 44 

$25 44 

W. A. Viall, services $93 00 

W. A. Vlall, expenses 5 50 

$98 50 

Caledonia: 

D. B. Leslie, services year ending 
November 30, 1901 45 00 

Ohittenden: 

W. D. Hall, services $63 00 $78 00 

W. D. Hall, expenses 23 87 22 00 

86 87 100 00 

Essex: 

0. W. Mathews, services $20 00 

C. W. Mathews, expenses 16 OO 

36 00 

Franklin: 

Ohas. O. Gilmore, services $57 00 $54 00 

Chas. C. G-ilmore, expenses 42 70 39 60 

99 70 93 60 

LamoUle: 

H. M. Cornell, services $42 00 $49 50 

H. M. Cornell, expenses 18 66 29 32 

eO 86 78 82 

Orange: 

John W. Jackson, services $54 00 

John W. Jackson, expenses 51 30 

105 30 

Orleans: 

0. W. Wheeler, services $32 00 

G. W. Wheeler, expenses 29 35 

61 35 

Rutland: 

M. F. F^astman, services $66 00 $73 50 

M. F. Eastman, expenses 25 23 25 97 

91 23 99 47 

Washington: 

Daniel Worcester, services $83 20 $84 00 

Daniel Worcester, expenses 16 80 16 OO 

100 00 100 00 

Windham: 

C. F. Thomas, services $38 00 

C. F. Thomas, expenses 47 80 

85 80 

John O. Spring, services $33 00 

John O. Spring, expenses 18 00 

51 00 

Windsor: 

J. H. Eastman, services $47 50 $50 76 

J. H. Eastman, expenses 3 71 3 48 

51 21 54 28 

Totals $925 21 $745 77 

Note. — ^The allowance to a County Commissioner cannot exceed 
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FEEDINO STUFFS, INSPECTION EXPENSES. 

V. S. Sec. 4359, No. 83, Acto 1808. 

1900 and 1901. 
Paid E. Henry Powell, treasurer $1,539 70 

By fees collected and paid State Treasurer. . $1,480 60 

By balance from last report GoO 27 

Total $1,539 70 $2,130 87 

1901 and 1902. 
Paid E. Henry Powell, treasurer $1,413 52 

By fees collected and paid State Treasurer.. . $1,133 70 

Total $1.413 52 $1,133 70 

FEBTIUZEB CONTBOL. 

1900 and 1901. 

By fees brought over from previoue year $1,900 00 

By fees collected during fiscal year ending 

June 30, 1901 v. 900 00 

Paid EL H. Powell, salaries and expenses $1,900 00 

Balance to credit of Station June 30, 1901. . . 900 00 



Total $2,800 00 $2,800 00 



1901 and 1902. 
By balance brought forward from previous 

year $900 OO 

By fees collected during fiscal year ending 

June 30, 1902 800 00 

Paid B. H. Powell, salaries and expenses. . . . $900 00 

Balance to credit of Station June 30, 1902 800 00 



Total $1,700 00 $1,700 OO 



PBESIDENTIAL EIECTOBS. 

Vermont Statutes, Sec. 173, per diem $10 and actual expenses. 

1900 and 1901. 

Horace F. Graham, per diem $10 00 

Horace F. Graham, expenses 11 90 

$21 90 

F. G. Fleetwood, per diem $10 00 

F. G. Fleetwood, expenses 7 61 

17 t>X 

Geo. B. Fisher, per diem $10 00 

Geo. E. Fisher, expenses 4 55 

14 55^ 

Total $54 0« 

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OU) HOKE WEEK ASSOCIATION. 

Under No. 133, acts of 1900. 

Appropriation $500. 

1900 and 1901 and 

1901. 1902. • 

St. Albans Messenger Co $169 75 

Charles S. Forbes 158 50 |171 75 

Total $328 25 $171 75 

DIGEST COMMISSION. 

tfnder No. 115, acts of 1900. 1900 and 

1901. 

H. C. Bojce, per diem $475 00 

H. C. Royee, expenses 51 65 

Total $526 65 

AITTIETAM BATTLE COMMISSIONERS. 

rnder No. 77, acts of 1896, No. 122, acts of 1900 and J. R. No. 319, 1900. 
Total appropriation $2,400. 

1900 and 
1901. 

To paid for site and title ^ $21 25 

To paid expenses of commissioners 77 22 

To paid for three monuments 1, 950 00 

Total $2,048 47 

ADMINISTSATION OF JTTSTICE. 

JUDGES OF SUPREME COURT. 
Salary, $3,000, V. S., Sec 5333. 

1900 and 1901 and 

1901. 1902. 

Knaell S. Taft, salary $3,000 00 $3,000 00 

Jiosgell S. Taft, expenses 407 79 219 75 

John W. Rowell, salaiy 3,000 00 3,000 00 

John W. Rowell, expenses 204 28 347 28 

James M. Tyler, salary 3,000 00 3,000 00 i 

James M. Tyler, expenses 481 28 503 92 j 

Ii)Teland Hnnson, salary 3,000 00 3,000 00 

I^reland Mnnson, expenses 521 18 611 59 

Henry R. Start, salary 3,000 00 3,000 00 

Henry R. Start, expenses 463 50 526 86 

Uforest H. Thompson, June 1 to 22, 1900 183 33 

John H. Watson, salary 3,000 00 3,000 00 

Jchn H. Watson, expenses 209 93 2S2 28 

Wendell P. Stafford, salary 2,750 00 3,000 00 

W*.ndeU P. Stafford, expenses 417 51 510 20 

Total $23,638 80 $24,001 88 

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REPORTER OF DECISIONS. 

Annual salary, $860. 

Seneca Haselton, salary from July 19, 1900, to April 3, 1902 $1,452 07 
Expenses 42 14 

Total $1,494 21 

SUPREME COURT. 

Clerk's Account 

May Term, 1900. 

To paid per diem $85 00 

To paid fees, State causes 155 98 

To paid other fees and services 79 28 

To paid express 4 &1 

Total $8^4 90 

Sheriff's Account. 

To paid clergyman opening court $3 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and janitor per diem. 102 00 

To paid trucking books 7 00 

Total $112 00 

Total, May term $43g 00 

Clerk's Account. 

October Term, 1900. 

To paid per diem $85 00 

To paid fees, State causes 1 57 

To paid other fees and services 87 00 

To paid express 3 28 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies, May 

and October terms 205 18 

Total $882 01 

Sheriff's Account. 

To paid clergyman opening court $3 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and janitor per diem. 102 00 

To paid trucking books 6 00 

Total $U1 00 

Total, October term $493 01 

Clerk's Account 

January Term, 1901. 

To paid clerk per diem $75 00 

To paid fees, State causes 17 82 

To paid other fees and services 83 76 

To paid express 6 00 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 172 60 

Total $355 18 

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Sheriflfs Account. 

To paid clergyman opening court $3 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and janKor per diem. 90 00 

To paid trucking books 7 25 

Total $100 25 

Total January term $455 43 

Clerk's Account. 

May Term, 1901. 

To paid clerk per diem $70 00 

To paid fees, State causes 172 07 

To paid other fees and services 70 13 

To paid express 6 00 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 280 55 

Total $.598 75 

Sheriff's Account. 

To paid clergyman opening court $3 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and Janitor per diem. 84 00 

To paid trucking books 7 50 

Total $94 50 

Total, May term $698 25 

Clerk's Account. 

October Term, 1901. 

To paid clerk per diem $50 00 

To paid fees, State causes 31 59 

To paid other fees and services 78 34 

To paid express 4 10 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 174 35 

Total $338 38 

Sheri IT s Account. 

To paid clergyman opening court $3 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and janitor per diem. 60 00 

To paid trucking books 5 25 

Total $68 25 

Total, October term $406 63 

Clerk's Account. 

January Term, 1902. 

To paid clerk per diem $50 00 

To paid fees. State causes 20 32 

To paid other fees and services 83 75 

To paid express 4 50 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 181 65 

Total $340 22 

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Sheriff's Account. 

To paid clergyman opening court $3 00 

To paid siberiff, deputies and janitor per diem. 60 00 

To paid trucking books 6 00 

Total $69 OO 



Total, January term S409 22 



SUMMARY. 

The following table shows the amounts paid the clerk and sheriff 
of the Supreme Court, and for dockets, etc., for the fiscal year endini^ 
June 30« 1901: 

Services and disbursements, clerk $1,002 51 

Sheriff 417 75 

Dockets, printing and supplies 658 33 

Total $2,078 5» 

For the fiscal year ending June 30, 1902: 

Services and disbursements, clerk $322 60 

Sheriff 137 25 

Dockets, printing and supplies 356 00 

Total $815 86. 



ADDISON COUNTY. 

June Term, 1900. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, June term $2,231 26 

To state fees, civil causes, County Court $47 85 

To state fees, civil causes, Supreme Court. ... 3 50 

To fines and costs paid by justices and in 
County Court 468 52 

519 87 

Total receipts $2,751 63 

By paid petit Jurors $1,030 96 

By paid witnesses 1 , 339 67 

By paid reporters 141 00 

By paid assistant judges 182 40 

By paid moieties under fish and game law. ... 10 00 

By paid conviction fee. State Attorney 5 00 

By paid State Treasurer 38 60 

By paid State Treasurer, Supreme Court fees. 3 50 

Total disbursements $2, 751 IS 

Less state fees in civil causes $47 85 

Less fines and costs 468 52 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 42 10 

558 4T 

Balance, showing net cost of June term $2, 192 6fS 

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County Clerk — Personal Account 

To paid clerk per diem $46 00 

To paid fees, state causes 34 40 

To paid other fees and services 185 59 

To paid disbursements 13 68 

To paid Supreme Court fees 15 57 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 77 75 

$373 OS 

Sheriff's Account. 

To paid summoning Jurors $4 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 OO 

To paid cleaning court house 33 30 

To paid sheriff, deputies and janitor per diem. 230 00 

To paid service of process 100 97 

To paid lights ; 41 40 

To paid water and ice 12 50 

To paid fuel 54 41 

To paid boarding jurors 383 50 

To paid supplies for court house 28 00 

897 OS 

Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding inmates $148 75 

To paid clothing 21 60 

To paid medical attendance and medicine 18 60 

To paid fuel 36 17 

225 12 

To amount of justice's bills of costs 520 91 

Total net cost to the state $4,208 85 



ADDISON COUNTY. 

December Tenn, 1900. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing ofllcer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, December term $1,000 00 

To state fees, civil causes. County Court $49 88 

To fines and costs paid by justices and in 

County Court 386 63 

436 51 

Total receipts $1,436 51 

By paid grand jurors $125 92 

By paid petit jurors 601 12 

By paid witnesses 25 40 

By paid referees 35 25 

By paid reporters 197 25 

By paid assistant judges 114 60 

By paid constables returning votes 23 00 

By paid State Treasurer 313 97 

Total disbursements $1, 436 51 

Less state fees in civil causes $49 88 

Less fines and costs 386 63 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 313 97 

— ' 750 48 

Balance, showing net cost of December term $686 08 

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County Clerk — Personal Accoant 

To paid clerk per diem . $22 00 

To paid fees, state causes 24 24 

To paid oth^r fees and services 139 25 

To paid disbursements 15 87 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 70 55 

$271 91 

Sheriff's Account 

To paid summoning Jurors $4 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 26 61 

To paid sheriff, deputies and janitor per diem. 132 00 

To paid service of process 21 48 

To paid lights 41 40 

To paid water and ice 13 81 

To paid fuel 226 45 

To paid boarding Jurors 6 50 

475 25 

Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding inmates $28 50 

To paid clothing 4 89 

To paid key fees 50 

To paid fuel 17 13 

51 02 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 582 07 

Total net cost to the state $2,066 28 

ADDISON COUNTY. 

June Term, 1901. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, June term $800 OO 

To state fees, civil causes. County Court $86 78 

To fines and costs paid by justices and in 

County Court 383 45 

Auctioneers' licenses 36 00 

506 23 

Total receipts $1,306 23 

By paid petit jurors $472 00 

By paid witnesses 24 16 

By paid referees 56 50 

By paid reporters 58 00 

By paid assistant Judges 88 20 

By paid State Treasurer 607 37 

Total disbursements $1,306 23 

Less state fees In civil causes $86 78 

Less fines and costs 383 45 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 607 37 

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Balance, showing net cost of June term $228 63 

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County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid clerk per diem $18 00 

To paid fees, state causes 25 26 

To paid other fees and services 114 69 

To paid disbursements 18 67 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 74 37 

$250 99 

Sheriff's Account 

To paid summoning Jurors $2 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 8 00 

To paid cleaning court house 20 86 

To paid sheriff, deputies and Janitor per diem. 90 00 

To paid service of process 47 40 

To paid lights 41 40 

To paid water and ice 12 50 

216 66 

Jailer's Account 

To paid boarding inmates $228 50 

To paid clothing 10 86 

To paid fuel 17 08 

256 44 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 846 78 

Total net cost to the state $1, 799 50 

ADDISON COUNTY. 

December Term, 1901. . 

Beceipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, December term. . . . $2,829 84 

To state fees, civil causes. County Court $88 25 

To fines and costs paid by Justices and in 
County Court 818 64 

901 89 

Total receipts $3,731 78 

By paid grand Jurors $748 48 

Bj paid petit Jurors 1,745 12 

By paid witnesses 743 28 

By paid referees 58 25 

By paid reporters 192 00 

By paid assistant judges 214 60 

By paid moieties under fish and game law. .. 30 00 

Total disbursements $3, 731 78 

Less state fees in civil causes $83 25 

Less fines and costs 818 64 

901 89 

Balance, showing net cost of December term $2,829 84 

County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid clerk per diem $62 00 

To paid fees, state causes 140 48 

To paid other fees and services 225 59 

To paid disbursements 17 20 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 70 15 

515 42 



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SherilTa Account 

To paid summoning jurors $4 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 37 ftl 

To paid sheriff, deputies and janitor per diem. 352 00 

To paid service of process 225 74 

To paid lights 41 00 

To paid water and Ice 12 50 

To paid fuel 44 22 

To paid boarding jurors 234 00 

$954 37 

Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding inmates $393 00 

To paid clothing 52 04 

To paid medical attendance and medicine 30 50 

To paid fuel 61 11 

536 65 

To amount of justice's bills of costs 1,358 46 

Total net cost to the state $6, 194 74 

ADDISON COUNTY. 

June Term, 1902. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, June term $1,000 00 

Total net cost to the state $1,000 00 

BENNINGTON COUNTY. 

June Term, 1900. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, June term $1>267 66 

To state fees, civil causes, County Court $100 72 

To state fees, civil causes, Supreme Court 7 00 

To fines and costs paid by justices and in 
County Court 1,492 31 

1,600 03 

Total receipts $2,867 68 

By paid grand jurors $449 22 

By paid petit Jurors 1,432 00 

By paid witnesses 922 40 

By paid referees 134 48 

By paid reporters 301 65 

By paid assistant judges 193 80 

By paid constables returning votes 17 00 

By paid board of jurors 101 56 

By paid State Treasurer 3,006 57 

By paid State Treasurer, Supreme Court fees. 7 00 

Total disbursements $6, 567 68 

I>ess state fees in civil causes $100 72 

Less fines and costs 1, 492 31 

Iass amount repaid State Treasurer 3,015 57 

4,608 60 

Balance, showing net cost of June term $1,959 06 

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County Olerk — ^Personal Account 

To paid clerk per diem $60 00 

To paid fees, state causes 136 94 

To paid other fees and services 396 57 

To paid disbursements 106 04 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 387 58 

To paid under No. 289, acts 1894 446 59 

$1,533 72 

SherifTs Account. 

To paid summoning Jurors $4 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 16 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and janitor per diem 319 00 

To paid service of process 316 31 

To paid lights 55 89 

To paid water and ice 26 00 

To paid fuel 109 53 

849 73 

Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding inmates $555 00 

To paid clothing 8 21 

To paid medical attendance and medicine 14 75 

To paid key fees 5 25 

583 21 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 2,047 41 

Total net cost to the state $6,973 15 

BENNINGTON COUNTY. 
December Term, 1900. ^ 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, December term. . . . $2,000 00 

Sheriff's Account, 

To paid summoning Jurors $2 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 25 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and Janitor per diem 278 00 

To paid service of process 72 55 

To paid lights 55 88 

To paid water and ice 26 00 

To paid fuel 468 62 

931 05 

Total net cost to the state $2,931 05 

BENNINGTON COUNTY. 

June Term, 1901. 

Becelpts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing otdcer. 

County Clerk — Personal Account 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies $125 00 

To paid under No. 289, acts of 1894 143 82 

$268 82 

Sheriff's Account. 

To paid summoning Jurors $4 00 

To paid clergyman opei4^ng court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 8 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and Janitor per diem 176 00 

To paid service of process 214 17 

To paid lights 16 21 

To paid water and ice 26 00 

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Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding Inmates $100 00 

To paid clothing 8 75 

To paid medical attendance and medicine 11 55 

To paid key fees 3 50 

To paid fuel 4 00 

$187 80 

To amount of justice's bills of costs 2, 714 IS 

Total net cost to the state $3|618 la 



BENNINGTON COUNTY. 

December Term, 1001. 

Sheriff's Account. 

To paid summoning Jurors $2 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 25 00 * " 

To paid sheriff, deputies and janitor per diem 242 00 

To paid service of process 194 20 

To paid lights 34 68 

To paid water and ice 26 00 

To paid fuel 194 55 

$721 4a 

Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding inmates $103 50 

To paid clothing 20 OO 

To paid medical attendance and medicine 9 20 

To paid kef fees 2 25 

116 95 

' To amount of justice's bills of costs 866 17 

Total net cost to the state $1,704 55 

BENNINGTON COUNTY. 

June Term, 1902. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, June term $3,500 OO 

County Clerk — Personal Account 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies $105 00 

To paid under No. 289, acts 1894 225 70 

330 lO 

Jailer's Account. 

From November 30, 1901, to January 1, 1902. 

To paid boarding inmates $148 50 

To paid clothing 7 00 

To paid medical attendance and medicine. ... 6 15 

To paid key fees 2 00 

To paid fuel 4 00 

■^ 162 6S 

Total net cost to the state $3,993 3S 



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CALEDONIA COUNTY. 

June Term, 1900. 

Receipts and disbursements of «oinity clerk aa disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, June term $2,000 00 

To state fees, civil causes, County Court. . . . $169 55 

To state fees, civil causM, Supreme Court. . . 17 50 

To fines and costs paid by justices and in 
County Court 758 55 

945 eo 

Total receipts $2,946 60 

By paid grand Jurors $348 24 

By paid petit Jurors 1,062 00 

By paid witnesses 232 40 

By paid referees 255 00 

By paid reporters 261 75 

By paid assistant Judges 156 00 

By paid constables returning votes 17 00 

By paid State Treasurer 505 71 

By paid State Treasurer, Supreme Court fees. 17 50 

Total disbursements $2,945 60 

Less state fees in civil causes $169 55 

Less fines and costs 758 56 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 613 21 

1,541 31 

Balance, showing net cost of June term $1,404 29 

County Clerk — Personal Account 

To paid clerk per diem $44 00 

To paid fees, state causes 116 96 

To paid other fees and services 268 76 

To paid disbursements 2 00 

To paid Supreme Court fees 27 76 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 59 40 

607 67 

Sheriff's Account. 

To paid summoning Jurors $2 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 12 50 

To paid sheriff, deputies and Janitor per diem 228 00 

To paid service of process 113 52 

To paid lights 15 96 

To paid water and ice 15 40 

To paid fuel 214 21 

604 59 

Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding inmates $110 50 

To paid clothing 12 25 

To paid fuel 224 00 

346 75 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 550 21 

Total net cost to the state $3,413 71 



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OALBDONIA CX>UNTY. 

December Term, 1900. 

Beceipts aiMl disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, December term $2,000 00 

To state fees, ciyll causes. County Oourt $191 48 

To state fees, civil causes, Supreme Oourt. . . 3 50 

To fines and costs paid by justices and in 

County Court 1,872 79 

2,067 77 

Total receipts $4,067 77 

By paid petit Jurors $1,424 96 

By paid witnesses 297 67 

By paid referees 324 17 

By paid reporters 278 00 

By paid assistant Judges 236 80 

By paid constables returning votes 17 00 

By paid State Treasurer 1,486 67 

By paid State Treasurer, Supreme Court fees 3 50 

Total disbursements $4,067 77 

Less state fees in civil causes $191 48 

Less fines and costs 1,872 79 

I^ess amount repaid State Treasurer 1,490 17 

3,554 44 

Balance, showing net cost of December term $513 33 

County Clerk — Personal Account 

To paid clerk per diem $68 00 

To paid fees, state causes 56 39 

To paid other fees and services 335 13 

To paid disbursements 38 79 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 372 96 

871 27 

Sheriff's Account. 

To paid summondng Jurors $2 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 10 35 

To paid sheriff, deputies and Janitor per diem. 296 00 

To paid service of process 133 17 

To paid lights , 17 84 

To paid fuel 16 88 

To paid boarding Jurors 9 76 

488 09 

Jailer's Account 

To paid boarding inmates $330 00 

To paid clothinff 26 45 

To paid medical attendance and medicine. ... 6 25 

362 70 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 807 90 

Total net cost to the state $3,044 Id 



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AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS. 137 

CALEDONIA COUNTY. 

June Term, 1901. 

Receipts and disbursements of county cleric as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, June term ^,000 00 

To state fees, civil causes. County Court $153 63 

To state fees, civil causes. Supreme Court 36 00 

To fines and costs paid by Justices and In 
County Court 1,153 72 

1,342 35 

Total pecei pts ^,342 35 

By paid grand Jurors $167 04 

By paid petit Jurors 2,857 76 

By paid witnesses 277 96 

By paid referees 468 63 

By paid reporters 459 13 

By paid assistant Judges 375 20 

By paid State Treasurer 701 63 

By paid State Treasurer, Supreme Court fees 35 00 

Total disbursements $5,342 35 

Less state fees in civil causes $153 63 

Less fines and costs 1,153 72 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 736 63 

2.043 98 

Balance, showing net cost of June term $3,296 37 

County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid clerk per diem $120 00 

To paid fees, state causes 99 64 

To paid other fees and services 307 93 

To paid disbursements 34 56 

To paid Supreme Court fees 21 94 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 120 90 

704 97 

Sheriff's Account. 

To paid summoning Jurors $9 20 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 14 10 

To iiaid fifheriff, deputies and Janitor per diem. 552 00 

To paid service of process 173 57 

To paid lights 16 82 

To paid water and Ice 11 90 

To paid fuel 185 56 

To paid lK)ardIng Jurors 91 00 

To paid supplies for court house 1 75 

1,067 90 

Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding inmates $309 00 

To paid olotblng 10 50 

To paid medical attendance and medicine 21 10 

To paid fuel 236 25 

576 85 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 952 86 

Total net cost to the state $6,590 95 

CALEDONIA COUNTY. 
December Term, 1901. 
Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 
To auditor's orders for court expenses, December term. . Tjgt.elt^^v^foQlc 



138 BIEJNNIAL REPORT OF THE 

To State fees, civil causes, County Court $171 64 

To state fees, civil causes, Supreme Court. ... 14 00 

To fines and costs paid by Justices and in 
County Court 1,510 33 

$lt6©5 97 

Total receipts |5,695 97 

By paid petit Jurors $3,497 52 

By paid witnesses 76 26 

By paid reiferees 440 76 

By paid reporters 478 25 

By paid assistant Judges 372 60 

By paid State Treasurer 816 58 

By paid State Treasurer, Supreme Court fees. 14 00 

Total disbursements 15,696 97 

Less state fees in civil causes $171 64 

Less fines and costs 1,510 33 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 830 58 

2,512 55 

Balance, showing net cost of December term $3,183 42 

County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid clerk per diem $116 00 

To paid feee, state causes 113 31 

To paid other fees and services 288 83 

To paid disbursemeats 47 30 

To paid Supreme Court fees 10 40 

To paid dockets, printing, and supplies 267 76 

843 eo 

SherlfTs Account 

To paid summoning Jurors $2 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 14 50 

To paid sheriff, deputies and Janitor per diem. 558 00 

To paid service of process 133 80 

To paid Ughts 16 09 

To paid water and ice 13 00 

To paid fuel 516 07 

To paid boarding Jurors 78 05 

1334 51 

Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding inmates $236 90 

To paid clothing 18 47 

To paid medical attendance and medicine 60 79 

316 16 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 1,41>4 04 

Total net cost to the state $7,171 73 

CALEDONIA COUNTY. 
June Term, 1902. 
Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing ofllcep. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, June term $2,000 OO 

Total net cost to the state $2,000 OO 



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AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS. 139 



CHITTENDEN COUNTY. 

September Term, 1900. 

Receipts and dlsbursemento of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's order for court expenses, September term $4,500 00 

To State fees, civil causes, County Court $150 87 

To state fees, civil causes. Supreme Court 3 50 

To lines and costs paid by Justices and in 
County Court 2,365 96 

2,520 33 

Total receipts $7,020 33 

By paid grand jurors $162 24 

By paid petit Jurors 2,049 52 

By paid witnesses 369 42 

By paid referees 132 27 

By paid reporters 407 25 

By paid assistant Judges 397 60 

By paid constables returning votes 20 00 

By paid State Treasurer 3,478 53 

By paid State Treasurer, Supreme Court fees. 3 50 

$7,020 33 

Total disbursements $7,020 33 

Less state fees in civil causes $150 87 

Less fines and costs 2,365 96 

Less amount paid State Treasurer 3,482 03 

5.998 86 

Balance showing net cost of September term 1,021 47 

County Clerk — Personal Account 

To paid clerk per diem $102 00 

To paid fees, state causes 239 67 

To paid other fees and services 582 09 

To paid disbursements 52 67 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 535 05 

1,511 48 

Sheriff's Account 

To paid summoning Jurors $6 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 5 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and Janitor per diem. 612 00 

To paid service of process 371 44 

To paid lights 31 18 

To paid water and ice 49 32 

To paid fuel 229 68 

To paid boarding Jurors 156 00 

1,463 60 

Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding Inmates $749 50 

To paid clothing 58 09 

To paid medical attendance and medicine. . . 80 25 

To paid key fees 12 00 

To paid fuel 180 00 

1.079 84 

To amount of Justice's bills of cost 946 61 

Total net cost to the state $6,023 CO 



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140 BIENNIAL REPORT OF THE 

CHITTENDEN COUNTY. 

March Term, 1001. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, March term $4*<)00 00 

To state fees, civil causes, County Court $200 99 

To staite fees, civil causes, Supreme Court. ... 7 00 

To fines and costs paid by Justices and in 
County Court 875 77 

1.092 76 

Total receipts $5,592 76 

By paid petit jurors $3,277 20 

By paid witnesses 47 88 

By paid referees 414 56 

By paid reporters 403 00 

By paid assistant Judges 403 80 

By paid State Treasurer 1,039 32 

By paid State Treasurer, Supreme Court fees. 7 00 

Total disbursements $5,592 76 

Less state fees in civil causes $209 99 

Less fines and costs 875 77 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 1,046 32 

2.132 08 

Balance showing net cost of March term $3,460 68 

County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid clerk, per diem $124 00 

To paid fees, state causes 279 72 

To paid other fees and services 458 58 

To paid disbursements 31 90 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 190 24 

$1,084 44 

Sheriff's Accounts. 

To paid summoning Jurors $4 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 2 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and Janitor, per diem 632 00 

To paid service of process 195 52 

.'s34 52 

Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding inmates $393 50 

To paid clothing 13 48 

To paid medical attendance and medicine 35 40 

To paid key fees 9 25 

451 63 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 789 70 

Total net cost to the state $6,620 97 

CHITTENDEN COUNTY. 

September Term, 1901. 

Beceipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, September term. . . $4,678 OO 

To state fees, civil causes, County Court $203 75 

To state fees, civil causes, Supreme Court. . . 4 50 

To fines and costs paid by Justices and in 
County Court 1,671 35 . 

1.879 60 



Total receipts $6,557 6a 

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AUDITOR OP ACCOUNTS* 141 

By paid grand juror* • $233 12 

Bj paid petit jurors 1,612 64 

By paid witnesses 277 34 

By paid referees 299 50 

By paid reporters 332 00 

By paid assistant judges \ 260 20 

By paid State Treasurer 3,538 30 

By paid State Treasurer, Supreme Court fees 4 60 

Total disbursements $6,557 60 

Less state fees in ciTil causes $203 75 

Less fines and costs 1, 671 35 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 3,542 80 

5,417 90 



Balance, sbowing net cost of September term $1,13$> 50 

County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid clerk, per diem $132 00 

To paid fees, state causes 374 84 

^'0 paid other fees and services 376 81 

To paid disbursements 42 15 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 194 86 



Sheriff's Account 

To paid summoning jurors $4 00 

To paid clergyman, opening court 8 00 

To paid cleaning court house 5 75 

To paid sheriff, deputies and janitor, per diem 460 00 

To paid service of process 380 80 

To paid lights 29 58 

To paid water and ice 54 48 

To paid fuel 248 76 

To paid boarding jurors 6 50 



$1,120 66 



Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding inmates $542 50 

To paid clothing 64 25 

To paid medical attendance and medicine... 119 65 

To paid key fees 10 25 

To paid fuel 195 00 



1,192 87 



931 65 



To amount of justice's bills of costs 717 92 

Total net cost to the state $5,102 60 

CHITTENDEN COUNTY. 
March Term, 1902. 
Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 
To auditor's orders for court expenses, March term $4,500 00 

County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies $273 59 

$273 59 

To amount of justice's bills of costs 775 90 

Total net cost to the state $5,549 49 



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142 



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ESSEX COUNTY. 

September Term, 1900. 

Receipts and dlsburaementa of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, September term. . $1,200 00 

To state fees, civil causes, County Court $20 73 

To fines and costs paid by Justices and in 

County Court 297 85 

318 60 



Total receipts $1,518 60 

By paid grand Jurors $117 20 

By paid petit Jurors 287 68 

By paid witnesses 76 26 

By paid reporters 60 00 

By paid assistant Judges 44 80 

By paid constables returning votes 13 00 

By paid State Treasurer 919 66 



Total disbursements $1,518 60 

Less state fees in civil causes $20 75 

Less fines and costs 297 85 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 919 66 



1,238 26 



Balance, showing net cost of September term $280 34 

County Clerk — Personal Account 

To paid clerk per diem $12 00 

To paid fees, state causes 18 63 

To paid other fees and services 100 18 

To paid disbursements 37 90 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 29 70 



Sheriff's Account. 

To paid summoning Jurors $4 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 10 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and Janitor per diem 64 00 

To paid service of process 82 29 



198 41 



163 29 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 110 06 

Total net cost to the state $752 lO 

ESSEX COUNTY. 

March Term, 1901. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, March term $1,200 OO 

To state fees, civil causes, County Court. . . . $44 62 

To fines and costs paid by Justices and in 

County Court 878 89 

923 W 



Total receipts $2,123 51 

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AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS. 143 

By paid grand jurors $159 84 

By paid petit jurors 373 04 

By paid witnesses 360 12 

By paid reporters 61 25 

By paid assistant judges 83 40 

By paid state treasurer 1,085 86 

Total disbursements $2, 123 51 

Less state fees in eiyil causes , $44 62 

Less fines and costs 878 89 

lieis amount repaid State Treasurer 1,085 86 

2,009 37 

Balance, show net cost of March term $114 14 

County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid cleric per diem $18 00 

To paid fees, state causes 42 56 

To paid other fees and services 103 60 

To paid disbursements 30 20 

To paid doclcets, printing and supplies 64 43 

258 79 

Sheriff's Account. 

To paid summoning jurors $4 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 10 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and janitor per diem. 96 00 

To paid service of process 222 64 

335 64 

Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding inmates $459 50 

To paid clothing 51 00 

To paid medical attendance and medicine 12 50 

To paid key fees 3 25 

To paid fuel 35 00 

561 25 

To amount of justice's bills of costs 914 31 

Total net cost to the state $2,184 13 

ESSEX COUNTY. 

September Term, 1901. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, September term $1,000 00 

To state fees, civil causes. County Court $49 02 

To fines and costs paid by justices and in 
County Court 367 79 

416 81 

Total receipts $1,416 81 

By paid grand Jurors $117 84 

By paid petit jurors 267 12 

By paid witnesses.. . .« 44 44 

By paid referees 87 35 

Bj paid reporters 40 00 

To paid assistant judges 44 85 

By paid moieties under fish and game law 50 00 

By paid State Treasurer 765 21 

Total disbursements $1,416 81 

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Liess 0tate fees in civil causes H^ 02 

Less fines and costs 367 79 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 705 21 

$1,182 oa 

Balance, showing net cost of September term $284 79 

County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid clerk per diem $8 00 

To paid fees, state causes 88 72 

To paid other fees and serrlces 83 04 

To paid disbursements 20 81 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 38 00 

188 57 

Sheriff's Account. 

To paid summoning jurors $4 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 300 

To paid cleaning court house 10 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and Janitor per diem. 46 00 

To paid service of process 101 26 

164 26 

Jailer's Account. 

To paid board inmates $40 50 

To paid clothing 3 25 

To paid key fees 1 00 

To paid fuel 1 25 

55 OO 

To amount of justice's bills of costs 139 01 

Total net cost to the state $781 63 



ESSEX COUNTY. 
March Term, 1902. 
Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, March term $800 00 

County Clerk — Personal Account 
To paid dockets, printing and supplies $41 95 

$41 9S 

Sheriff's Account 

To paid summoning jurors $2 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 10 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and janitor ^r diem. 40 00 

To paid service of process 33 71 

To paid boarding jurors 24 50 

113 21 

To amount of justice's bills of costs 77 SB 

Total net cost to the state $233 04 



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AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS. 145 

FBANKLIN COUNTY. 

September Term, 1900. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, September term $3,000 00 

To state fees, cIyII causes, County Court $101 54 

To state fees, ciyil causes. Supreme Court. ... 14 00 

To fines and costs paid by justices and in 

County Court 1,421 99 

Auctioneers' licenses 9 00 

1,646 53 

Total receipts $4,546 53 

By paid grand Jurors $424 64 

By paid petit Jurors 1,967 52 

By paid witnesses 702 98 

By paid referees 497 22 

By paid r^)orters 371 26 

By paid assistant judges 839 60 

By paid State Treasurer 229 32 

By paid State Treasurer, Supreme Court fees. 14 00 

Total disbursements $4,546 63 

Less state fees in ciyil causes $101 64 

Less fines and costs 1,42199 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 243 32 

• 1.766 85 

Balance, showing net cost of September term $2, 779 68 

^ County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid clerk per diem $92 00 

To paid fees, state causes 259 09 

To paid other fees and senrices 445 17 

To paid disbursements 68 28 

To paid water rent 15 00 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 188 05 

1,067 59 

SherifTs Account 

To paid summoning jurors $29 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 19 75 

To paid sheriff, deputies and janitor per diem. 482 00 

To paid service of process 362 62 

To paid lights 44 94 

To paid fuel 213 05 

To paid boarding jurors 166 00 

1,300 26 

Jailer's Account. \ 

TO paid boarding inmates $621 00 

To paid clothing 20 29 

To paid medical attendance and medicine ... 53 00 

To paid key fees 8 50 

To paid fuel 165 84 

To paid lights 4 48 

873 11 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 3,190 46 

Total net cost to the state $9,211 10 



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146 BIBNNIAL REPORT OF THB 

FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

March Term, 1901. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, March term $3,000 00 

To state fees, civil causes, County Court $63 95 

To fines and costs paid by Justices and in 

County Court 1,012 00 

1.075 96 

Total receipts $4,075 95 

By paid petit jurors $483 92 

By paid witnesses 162 02 

By paid referees 442 84 

By paid reporters 130 00 

By paid assistant Judges 122 60 

By paid State Treasurer 2,734 57 

Total disbursements $4, 075 95 

Less state fees in civil causes $63 95 

Less fines and costs 1, 012 00 

Less amount paid State Treasurer 2, 734 57 

3,810 52 

Balance, showing net cost of March term $265 43 

County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid clerk per diem $30 00 

To paid fees, state causes 139 67 

To paid other fees and services 244 25 

To paid disbursements 20 75* 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 56 95 

491 62 

Sheriff's Account. 

To paid summoning Jurors $2 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 12 75 

To paid sheriff, deputies and Janitor per diem. 120 00 

To paid service of process 130 27 

To paid lights 32 94 

To paid fuel 23 40 

324 36 

Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding inmates $560 50 

To paid clothing 54 68 

To paid medical attendance and medicine 157 50 

To paid key fees 13 25 

To paid fuel 5 00 

To paid lights 4 68 

795 61 

To amount of Justice's bills of cost 1,698 87 

Total net costs to the state $3,575 8d 

FRANKLIN COUNTY. 
September Term, 1901. 
Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 
To auditor's orders for court expenses, September term. . $3,000 OO 



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AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS/ 147 

County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies $135 58 

$135 58 

Sheriff's Account. 

To paid summoning Jurors $6 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 18 28 

To paid sheriff, deputies and Janitor per diem. 384 00 

To paid service of process 381 GO 

To paid lights 31 71 

To paid fuel 112 88 

To paid boarding Jurors 109 50 

1.046 97 

Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding inmates $1,280 50 

To paid clothing 104 62 

To paid medical attendance and medicine 19 80 

To paid key fees 26 75 

To paid fuel 166 25 

$1,597 92 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 4,065 46 

Total net cost to the state $7, 745 98 

FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

March Term, 1902. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, March term $2,500 00 

County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies $145 58 

$146 58 

Sheriff's Account. 

To paid summoning Jurors $2 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 13 50 

To paid sheriff, deputies and Janitor per diem. 272 00 

To paid service of process 47 21 

To paid lights 57 96 

To paid fuel 28 55 

424 22 

Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding inmates $778 50 

To paid clothing 80 88 

To paid medical attendance and medicine 107 40 

To paid key fees 18 75 

To paid lights 4 00 

989 53 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 413 21 

Total net cost to the state $1,072 54 



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148 BIENNIAL REPORT OP THE 

GRAND ISLE COUNTY. 

August Term, 1900. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, August term $369 5G 

To state fees, civil causes, County Court $0 81 

To fines and costs paid by justices and in 
County Court 72 87 



SheriflTs Account. 

To paid summoning jurors $2 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 6 00 

To paid sheriir, deputies and janitor per diem. 16 00 

To paid service of process 4 42 



73 68 



Total receipts $443 24 

By paid petit jurors $54 24 

By paid referees 353 20 

By paid reporters 20 00 

By paid assistant judges 15 80 



Total disbursements $443 24 

Less state fees in civil causes $0 81 

Less fines and costs 72 87 



73 68 



Balance, showing net cost of August term $369 56 

County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid clerk per diem $4 00 

To paid fees, state causes 50 

To paid other fees and services 43 96 

To paid disbursements 23 50 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 46 60 



$118 56 



31 42 
To amount of justice's bills of costs 63 67 



Total net cost to the state $583 21 

GRAND ISLE COUNTY. 

January Term, 1901. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, January term $805 57 

To state fees, civil causes. County Court $13 79 

To fines and costs paid by justices and In 
County Court 139 54 



153 33 



Total receipts $95g qq 

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AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS. 149 

By paid grand Jurors $78 00 

By paid petit Jurors 259 08 

By paid witnesses 403 43 

By paid referees 92 34 

By paid reporters 53 75 

By paid assistant Judges 66 70 

By paid constables returning votes 5 00 

Total disbursements $958 90 

Less state fees in civil causes $13 79 

Less fines and costs 139 54 

153 33 

Balance, showing net cost of January term $805 57 

County Clerk — Personal Account 

To paid clerk per diem $10 00 

To paid fees, state causes 13 62 

To paid other fees and services 82 70 

To paid disbursements 19 70 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 42 55 

168 57 

SherlfTs Account. 

To paid summoning Jurors • $20 80 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 6 00 

To paid sherifF, deputies and Janitor per diem. 60 00 

To paid service of process 42 88 

122 68 

Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding Inmates $69 00 

To paid clothing 75 

60 75 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 127 67 

Total net cost to the state $1,294 24 

GRAND ISLE COUNTY. 

August Term, 1901. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbvrsiug officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, August term $600 00 

To state fees, dvU causes, County Court $12 20 

To fines and costs paid by Justices and in 
County Court 140 74 

152 94 

Total receipts $752 94 

By paid petit Jurors $52 32 

Hy paid witnesses 18 64 

By paid referees 237 70 

By paid reporters 10 00 

By paid assistant Judges 27 60 

By paid State Treasurer 406 68 

Total disbursements $752 94 

Less state fees in civil causes $12 20 

Ijess fines and costs 140 74 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 406 68 

559 62 

Balance, showing net cost of August term $193 32 

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County Clerk — Personal Account 

To paid clerk per diem $6 00 

Tc paid fees, state causes 4 76 

To paid other fees and services 48 11 

To paid disbursements 6 50 

To pa>id dockets, printing and supplies 4 60 

SherifTs Account. 

To paid summoning jurors $2 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 6 00 

I'o paid sheriff, deputies and janitor per diem . 24 00 

To paid service of process 37 94 



^69 97 



72 94 



Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding inmates $142 50 

To paid clothing 18 60 

To paid fuel 27 00 

188 10 

To amount of justice's bills of costs 251 lO 



Total net cost to the state $775 43 

GRAND ISLE COUNTY. 
January Term, 1902. 
Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 
To auditor's orders for court expenses, January term $900 00 



LAMOILLE COUNTY. 

June Term, 1900. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor'5 orders for court expenses, June term $1,500 CO 

To state fees, civil causes, County Court $32 98 

To fines and costs paid by justices and in 

County Court 85 21 

128 19 

Total receipts $1,628 19 

By paid petit jurors $586 24 

By paid witnesses 26 80 

By paid referees 97 74 

By paid reporters 102 00 

By paid assistant judges 83 60 

By paid State Treasurer 731 81 

Total disbursements $1, 628 19 

Less state fees in civil causes $.S2 98 

Less fines and costs 85 21 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 731 81 

850 GO 

Balance, showing net cost of June term $778 19 

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AUDITOR OP ACCOUNTS. 151 

County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid clerk per diem $20 00 

To paid fees, state causes 30 08 

To paid other fees and serrices 152 08 

To paid disbursements 12 22 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 150 88 

1365 26 

SherlfTs Account. 

To paid summoning Jurors $2 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 15 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and Janitor per diem. 80 00 

To paid service of process 17 62 

To paid lights 18 09 

To paid fuel 20 00 

To paid boarding Jurors 4 38 

160 00 

Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding inmates $266 00 

To paid clothing 3 50 

To paid medical attendance and medicine 18 00 

To paid fuel 38 85 

316 35 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 192 63 

Total net cost to the state $1,812 52 

LAMOILLE COUNTY. 

December Term, 1900. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, December term $2,500 00 

To state fees, ciril causes. County Court $47 39 

To fines and costs paid by Justices and in 
County Court 213 52 

5!60 91 

Total receipts |. $2,760 91 

By paid grand Jurors $338 24 

By paid petit Jurors * 1,338 48 

By paid witnesses 324 28 

By paid referees 57 15 

By paid reporters 208 00 

By paid assistant Judges 168 20 

By paid constables returning votes 10 00 

By paid State Treasurer 316 56 

Total disbursements $2,760 91 

Less state fees in civil causes $47 39 

L«9S fines and costs 213 52 

Lf-ss amount repaid State Treasurer 316 56 

577 47 

Balance, showing net cost of December term $2, 183 44 

County Clerk — Personal Account 

To paid clerk per diem $46 00 

To paid fees, state causes 73 86 

To paid other fees and services 206 86 

To paid disbursements « 138 15 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 138 97 

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Sheriff's Account. 

To paid Bummoning Jurors $4 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 15 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and Janitor per diem. 218 00 

To paid service of process 115 18 

To paid lights 18 45 

To paid water and ice 14 50 

To paid fuel 108 50 

To paid boarding Jurors 133 25 

$620 88 

Jailer's Account 

To paid boarding inmates $130 50 

To paid clothing 1 35 

To paid medical attendance and medicine 2 00 

To paid fuel 56 GO 

190 45 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 372 80 

Total net cost to the state $3,081 41 

LAMOILI/B COUNTY. 

June Term, 1001. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, June term $2,530 75 

To state fees, civil causes, C6unty Ck>urt $54 22 

To state fees, civil causes, Supreme Court 14 00 

To fines and costs paid by Justices and in 
County Court 489 11 

557 33 

Total receipts $3,088 08 

By paid petit Jurors $714 32 

By paid witnesses 106 72 

By paid referees 30 75 

By paid reporters 112 00 

By paid assistant Judges 91 60 

By paid State Treasurer 2,018 60 

By paid State Treasurer, Supreme Court fees. 14 00 

Total disbursements $3,088 08 

Less state fees in civil causes $54 22 

Less fines and costs 489 11 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 2,032 69 

2,576 02 

Balance, showing net cost of June term $512 06 

County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid clerk per diem $24 00 

To paid fees, state causes 39 90 

To paid other fees and services 139 99 

To paid disbursements 65 28 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 130 20 

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Sheriff's Account. 

To paid summoning Jurors . : $2 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 17 50 

To paid sheriff, deputies and janitor per diem. 06 00 

To paid service of process 23 84 

To paid fuel 123 20 

To paid boarding Jurors 63 37 

1328 91 

Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding inmates $89 00 

To paid medical attendance and medicine 2 25 

To paid key fees 75 

To paid fuel 10 00 

102 00 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 236 19 

Total net cost to the state $1,578 53 

LAMOILLE COUNTY. 

December Term, 1901. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor*8 orders for court expenses, December term. . . $3,000 00 

To state fees, clyll causes, County Court $53 66 

To fines and costs paid by Justices and in 
Ck)unty Court 521 87 

675 63 



Total receipts $3,675 53 

By paid grand Jurors $265 76 

By paid petit Jurors 1,601 60 

By paid witnesses 210 14 

By paid referees 96 93 

By paid reporters 218 00 

By paid assistant Judges 242 40 

By paid State Treasurer 940 70 



Total disbursements $3,575 53 

Less state fees in civil causes $53 66 

Less fines and costs 521 87 

I^ess amount repaid State Treasurer 940 70 

1,516 23 



Balance, showing net cost of December term $2,069 30 

County Clerk — ^Personal Account. 

To paid clerk per diem $70 00 

To paid fees, state causes 38 02 

To paid other fees and serrlces 175 20 

To paid disbursements 60 77 



Sheriffs Account. 

To paid summoning Jurors $4 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 15 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and Janitor per diem. 280 00 

To paid service of process 75 96 

To paid lights 61 82 

To paid water and ice 14 50 

To paid fuel 51 20 



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Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding inmates $81 50 

To paid clothing 10 70 

To paid key fees 50 

To paid fuel 66 00 

$158 70 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 572 31 

Total net cost to the state $3,638 78 

LAMOILLE COUNTY. 

June Term, 1902. 

Receipts and disbursements of county cleric as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, June term $2, 500 00 

Total net cost to the state $2,500 00 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

June Term, 1900. 

Receipts and disbursements of county cleric as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, June term $2,500 00 

To state fees, civil causes, County Court $117 90 

To fines and costs paid by justices and in 
County Court 550 84 

668 74 

Total receipts $3,168 74 

By paid grand jurors $352 62 

By paid petit jurors 1,129 (H 

By paid witnesses 430 47 

By paid referees 350 79 

By paid reporters 226 00 

By paid assistant judges 171 00 

By paid moieties under fish and game law 40 00 

By paid constables returning votes 17 00 

By paid State Treasurer 451 82 

Total disbursements $3,166 74 

Less state fees in civil causes $117 90 

Less fines and costs 550 84 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 451 82 

1,120 56 

Balance, showing net cost of June term $2,048 18 

County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid clerk per diem $52 00 

To paid fees, state causes 64 97 

To paid other fees and services 195 17 

To paid disbursements 56 73 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 127 24 

496 11 

Sheriff's Account. 

To paid summoning jurors $4 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 18 00 

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AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS. 165 

To paid sheriff, deputies and janitor per diem . $226 00 

To paid service of process 259 34 

To paid liglits 25 00 

To paid water and Ice 3 00 

To paid fuel 34 47 

To paid boarding Jurors 16 25 

$589 06 

Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding inmates $176 50 

To i>aid clothing 10 05 

TV) paid medical attendance and medicine 6 00 

To paid kty fees 50 

lb paid fuel 14 00 

207 05 

To amount of justice's bills of costs 198 75 

Total net cost to the state $3,539 15 

ORANOE COUNTY. 

December Term, 1900. 

Iteceipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, December term $2,000 00 

To state fees, civil causes, County Court $125 45 

To fines and costs paid by justices and in 
County Court 132 56 

258 01 

Total receipts $2,258 01 

By paid petit Jurors $947 36 

By paid witnesses 25 48 

By paid referees 479 01 

By paid reporters 226 00 

By paid assistant Judges 185 70 

By paid constables returning votes 17 00 

By paid State Treasurer 377 46 

Total disbursements $2,258 01 

Less state fees in civil causes $125 45 

Less fines and costs 132 56 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 377 46 

635 47 

Balance, showing net cost of December term $1,622 54 

County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid clerk per diem $52 00 

To paid fees, state causes 49 01 

To paid other fees and services 224 75 

To paid disbursements 63 31 

To i>aid dockets, printing and supplies 120 24 

509 31 

Sheriff's Account. 

To paid summoning jurors $2 00 

To paid clergyman opening, court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 18 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and janitor per diem. 208 00 

To paid service of process 48 06 

To paid lights 3 60 

To paid fuel 2 50 

To paid boarding jurors 29 25 

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Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding inmatee $237 00 

To paid clothing 41 02 

To paid medical attendance and medicine 15 75 

To paid fuel 58 50 

$352 27 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 273 47 

Total net cost to the state $3,071 90 



ORANGE COUNTY. 

June Term, 1901. 

Receiptee and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, June term $4,000 00 

To state fees, dvil causes, Coun^ Court $76 38 

To fines end costs paid by justices and in 
County Court 464 13 

530 51 

Total receipts $4,580 51 

By paid grand Jurors $381 44 

By paid petit Jurors ^184 00 

By paid witnesses 855 44 

By paid referees 102 98 

By paid reporters 302 00 

By paid assistant Judges 268 00 

By paid board of Jurors 312 00 

By paid State Treasurer 124 65 

Total disbursements $4,560 51 

I.ies8 state fees in dril causes $76 38 

Less fines and costs 464 13 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 124 65 

666 16 

Balance, showing net cost of June term $3,876 35 

County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid clerk per diem $74 00 

To paid fees, state causes 85 53 

To paid other fees and services 251 90 

To paid disbursements 85 47 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 103 06 

590 98 

SherifTs Account. 

To paid summoning Jurors $8 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 8 00 

To paid cleaning court house 18 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and Janitor per diem. 316 00 

To paid service of process 200 83 

To paid lights 50 00 

To paid water and ice 3 00 

To paid fuel 62 50 

To paid supplies for court house 6 60 

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Jailer's Aoconnt 

Td paid boarding inmates $325 50 

To paid clothing 24 14 

To paid medical attendance and medicine. ... 12 50 

To paid key fees 2 00 



$364 14 
To amount of justice's bills of costs 345 31 



Total net coat to the state $5,902 71 

ORANGB COUNTY. 

Decem>ber Term, 1901. 

BeceiptB and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, December term $1,500 00 

To state fees, civil causes, County Oourt $62 92 

To fines and costs paid by Justices and in 
County Court 600 34 



SherifTs Account, 

To paid summoning jurors $2 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 18 00 

To paid shorlfT, deputies and janitor per diem, 64 00 

To paid service of process 47 84 

To paid lights 37 50 

To paid fuel 5 00 

Jailer's Account 

To paid boarding inmates $146 00 

To paid clothing 11 36 

To paid key fees 1 26 

To paid fuel 66 00 



663 26 



Total receipts $2,163 26 

By paid grand jurors $275 04 

By paid referees 354 87 

By paid reporters 72 00 

By paid assistant judges 81 20 

By paid constables returning; votes 30 00 

By paid State Treasurer 1,350 15 



Total disbursements $2,168 26 

Less state fees in civil causes $62 92 

Less fines and costs 600 84 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 1,350 15 



2,013 41 



Balance, showing net cost of December term $149 86 

County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid clerk per diem $16 00 

To paid fees, state causes 65 28 

To paid other fees and services 130 08 

To paid disbursements 82 96 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 79 00 



373 31 



177 34 



224 60 



To amount of justice's bills of costs 711 96 

Total net cos* to the state $1,637 06 

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ORANGE COUNTY. 

June Term, 1902. 
Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, June term $2,000 00 

Total net cost to the state 12.000 00 

ORLflAJSS COUNTY. 

September Term, 1900. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as dtebursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, September term $2,000 00 

To state fees, civil causes. County Court $145 76 

To state fees, civil causes, Supreme Court 10 50 

To lines and costs paid by justices and in 
County Court 710 70 



By paid grand jurors $S13 36 

By paid petit Jurors 798 56 

By paid witnesses 345 24 

By paid referees 8 00 

By paid reporters 202 00 

By paid assistant judges 160 00 

By paid constables returning votes 18 00 

By paid State Treasurer 9G1 30 

By paid State Treasurer, Supreme Court fees. 10 50 



SheriflP's Account. 

To paid summoning jurors $8 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house ^00 

To paid ©heriff, deputies and janitor per diem. 238 00 

To paid service of process 56 20 

To paid water and ice 5 00 

To paid fuel 282 55 

To paid boarding jurors 6 50 



866 96 



Total receipts $2,866 96 



Total disbursements $2,866 96 

Less state fees in civil causes $145 76 

I^ess fines and costs 710 70 

Ijess amount repaid State Treasurer 1,001 80 



1,858 26 



Balance, showing net cost of September term $1,008 70 

County Clerk — Personal Account 

To paid clerk per diem $46 00 

To paid fees, state causes 23 02 

To paid other fees and services 210 10 

To paid disbursements 39 98 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 119 23 



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AUDITQ^t OF ACCOUNTS. 159 



Jailer's Account 

To paid boarding inmates $175 50 

To paid clothing 9 63 

To padd medical attendance and medicine. ... 25 00 

To paid key fees 1 25 

To paid fuel 148 00 

359 38 

To amount of justice's bills of costs 929 77 



Total net cost to the state $3,360 43 

ORLEANS COUNTY. 

March Term, 1901. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, March term $2,900 00 

To state fees, civil causes, Ck>unty Court $119 90 

To state fees, civil causes, Siq[>reme Court 7 00 

To fines and costs paid by Justices and in 
County Court 247 14 

374 04 

Total receipts $3,274 04 

By paid petit Jurors $2,135 04 

By paid witnesses 6 66 

By paid referees 262 05 

By paid reporters 352 00 

By paid assistant Judges 290 60 

By paid State Treasurer 220 69 

By paid State Treasurer, Supreme Court fees. 7 00 

Total disbursements $3,274 04 

Less state fees In civil causes $119 90 

Less fines and costs 247 14 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 227 69 

504 73 

Balance, showing, net cost of March term $2,679 31 

County Clerk — Personal Account 

To paid clerk per diem $88 00 

To paid fees, state causes 35 57 

To paid other fees and services 237 10 

To paid disbursements 26 92 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 123 24 

510 83 

Sheriff's Account. 

Tb paid summoning Jurors $2 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid deanrfng citurt house 25 00 

To paid ©heriff, deputies and Janitor per diem. 426 00 

To paid service of process 40 62 

To paid lights 63 40 

To paid water and ice 5 00 

To paid fuel 315 68 

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Jailer's Account 

To paid boarding Inmates $314 00 

To paid clothing 7 20 

To paid medical attendance and medicine... 20 00 

To paid key fees 1 50 

To paid fuel 147 00 

$489 70 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 616 67 

Total net cost to the state $6,177 21 



ORLEANS COUNTY. 
September Term, 1901. 

Becelpts and disbursements of countj clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, September term. . . $3,300 00 

To state fees, dvll causes. County Court $107 88 

To state fees, civil causes, Supreme Court. . . 7 00 

To fines and costs paid by Justices and in 
County Court 858 07 



972 96 



Total receipts $4,272 96 

By paid grand Jurors $313 44 

By paid petit Jurors 1,774 72 

By paid witnesses 668 35 

By paid referees 149 25 

By paid reporters — 519 25 

By paid assistant Judges 212 80 

By paid State Treasurer 628 15 

By paid State Treasurer, Supreme Court fees. 7 00 

Total disfbursements '. $4,272 96 

Less state fees in ciyll causes $107 89 

Less fines and costs 858 07 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 635 15 



1,601 11 



Balance, showing net cost of September term $2,671 85 

County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid clerk per diem $60 00 

To paid fees, state causes 125 27 

To paid other fees and services 237 17 

To paid disbursements 12 87 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 157 65 



Sheriff's Account 

To paid sumononlng Jurors $4 50 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 2500 

To paid sheriff, deputies and Janitor per diem. 330 00 

To paid service of process 467 36 

To paid lights 76 00 

To paid water and Ice 5 00 

To paid fuel 123 50 



592 96 



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Jailer's Account. 

To paJd boardiDi?. inmates $366 00 

To paid clothing 12 45 

To paid medical attendance and medicine 90 40 

To paid key fees 4 50 

To paid fuel 8 00 

$500 35 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 937 24 

Total net cost to the state $5 J36 76 



ORLEANS COUNTY. 

March Term, 1902. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, March term $2,200 00 

To state fees, civil causes. County Court $113 93 

To fines and costs paid by justices and In 
County Court 821 67 

• 935 60 

Total receipts $3,135 60 

By paid petit Jurors $1,100 24 

By paid witnesses 375 52 

By paid referees 138 60 

By paid reporters 253 90 

By paid assistant judges 166 60 

By paid State Treasurer 1,100 74 

Total disbursements $3,136 60 

Less state fees in civil causes $113 98 

Lees fines and costs 821 67 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 1,100 74 

2.086 d4 

Balance, showing net cost of March term $1,099 26 

County Clerk — Personal Account 

To paid derk per diem $50 00 

To paid fees, state causes 112 52 

To paid other fees and services 181 81 

To paid disbursements 21 40 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 130 30 

495 75 

Sheriff's Account. 

To paid summoning jurors $3 50 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 25 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and janitor per diem. 226 00 

To paid service of process 247 46 

To paid water and ice 7 55 

To paid boarding jurors Ill 00 

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Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding inmates $201 50 

To paid clothing 22 86 

To paid key fees 2 75 

To paid fuel 7 38 

$234 49 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 828 98 

Total net cost to the state $3,281 97 

RUTLAND COUNTY. 

September Term, 1900. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, September term $4,200 00 

To state fees, civil causes, County Court $261 89 

To state fees, civil causes, Supreme Court . . 24 50 

To lines and costs paid by Justices and in 
County Court 3,998 94 

4.285 38 



Total receipts $8,485 



By paid grand Jurors 

By paid petit Jurors 

By paid witnesses 

By paid referees 

By paid reporters 

By paid assistant Judges 

By paid State Treasurer 

By paid State Treasurer, Supreme Court fees, 

Total disbursements $8,485 33 

Less state fees in civil causes $261 89 

I^ss fines and costs 3,998 94 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 4,009 80 



$271 12 


3,028 64 


271 84 


137 33 


350 00 


416 60 


3,985 30 


24 50 



8.270 63 



Balance, showing net cost of September term $214 70 

County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid clerk per diem $118 00 

To paid fees, state causes 96 14 

To paid other fees and services 477 72 

To paid disbursements 71 20 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 198 95 



Sheriff's Account. 

To paid summoning Jurors $4 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 19 50 

To paid sheriff, deputies and Janitor per diem. 550 00 

To paid service of process 226 12 

To paid lights 21 29 

To paid water and ice 3 40 



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AUDITOR OP ACCOUNTS. 163 

To paid fuel ^158 52 

To paid boarding Jurors 143 00 

To paid supplies for court bouse 9 13 

|1 , 137 9G 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 3,851 80 

Total net cost to the state $6, 166 47 



RUTLAND COUNTY. 

March Term. 1901. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, March term |2, 500 00 

To state fees, civil causes, County Court $240 27 

To state fees, civil causes. Supreme Court 14 00 

To fines and costs paid by Justices and in 
County Court 5,254 68 

5.608 95 

Total receipts ?8,008 95 

By paid peUt Jurors $2,700 76 

By paid witnesses 137 46 

By paid referees 74 38 

By paid reporters 308 00 

By paid assistant Judges 338 80 

By paid publishing order in No. 527 12 00 

By paid State Treasurer 4,423 55 

By paid State Treasurer, Supreme Court fees. 14 00 

Total disbursements |8,008 95 

I^ss state fees in civil causes $240 27 

Less fines and costs 5, 254 68 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 4,437 55 

9.932 50 

Balance, showing net gain of March term |1,923 55 

County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid clerk per diem $100 00 

To paid fees, state causes 73 59 

To paid other fees and services 355 21 

To paid disbursements 79 91 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 290 65 

899 36 

Sheriffs Account. 

To paid summoning Jurors $2 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and Janitor per diem. 462 00 

To paid service of process 64 74 

To paid lights 20 88 

To paid fuel 304 49 

To paid boarding Jurors 97 50 

To paid transporting prisoners 11 75 

966 36 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 3,390 85 

Total net cost to the state $3,333 02 



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RUTLAXD COUNTY. 

September Term, 1901. 

Iteceipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, September term.. $2,000 00 

To state fees, civil causes, Ck)unty Court $287 79 

To state fees, civil causes, Supreme Court. .. 28 00 

To lines and costs paid by justices and in 

County Court 5,272 04 



5,587 83 



Total receipts $7,587 83 

By paid grand jurors $274 64 

By paid petit jurors 2, 174 88 

By paid witnesses 247 59 

By paid referees 332 92 

By paid reporters 239 75 

By paid assistant judges 288 60 

By paid State Treasurer 4,001 45 

By paid State Treasurer, Supreme Court fees. 28 00 



Total disbursements $7,587 83 

Less state fees in civil causes $287 79 

Less fines and costs 5, 272 04 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 4, 029 45 

9.589 28 



Balance, showing net gain of September term $2,001 45 

County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid clerk per diem $66 00 

To paid fees, state causes 150 85 

To paid otlier fees and services 388 42 

To paid disbursements 40 76 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 235 65 



Sheriff's Account. 

To paid summoning jurors $4 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 26 62 

To paid sheriff, deputies and janitor per diem. 284 00 

To paid service of process 182 76 

To paid lights 19 94 

To paid water and ice 3 30 

To paid fuel 42 00 

To paid boarding jurors 32 50 

To paid supplies for court house 1 18 

To paid transporting prisoners 12 30 



881 68 



611 eo 

To amount of justice's bills of costs 3, 112 13 



Total net cost to the state $2, 003 96 

RUTLAND COUNTY. 

March Term. 1902. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, March term $2,500 OO 

To amount of justice's bills of costs 1, 753 ^4, 



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WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

September Term, 1900. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, September term $8,000 00 

To state fees, civil causes, County Court $274 31 

lo state fees, civil causes, Supreme Court 28 00 

To fines and costs paid by justices and in 

County Court 2,846 30 

Peddlers' licenses 75 00 

3,223 61 

Total receipts $11,223 61 

By paid grand Jurors $1,403 92 

By paid petit jurors 4,252 18 

By paid witnesses ., 1,330 04 

By paiid referees 787 33 

By paid reporters 998 22 

By paid assistant judges 540 80 

Bj paid constables returning votes 30 00 

By paid State Treasurer 1,853 12 

By paid State Treasurer, Supreme Court fees. 28 OO 

Total disbursements $11,223 61 

Less state fees in civil causes $274 31 

Less fines and costs 2,846 30 

I^ss amount repaid State Treasurer 1, 881 12 

5,001 73 

Balance, showing net cost of September term $6,221 88 

County Clerk — Personal Account 

To paid clerk per diem $174 00 

To paid fees, state causes 485 93 

To paid other fees and services 686 61 

To paid disbursements 140 92 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 288 81 

1,776 27 

SheriCTs Account 

To paid clergyman opening court $3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 25 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and janitor per diem. 898 00 

To paid service of process 693 27 

To paid lights 51 22 

To paid water and ice 5 00 

To paid fuel 318 50 

1,993 99 

Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding inmates $1,051 50 

To paid clothing 135 98 

To paid medical attendance and medicine .... 29 75 

To paid key fees 8 25 

To paid fuel 271 38 

1,496 86 

To amount of justice's bills of costs 3,880 42 

Total net cost to the state $15,369 42 

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WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

March Term, 1901. 

Receipts and disbursement b of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, March term $7,000 00 

To state fees, civil causes, County Court $224 62 

To state fees, civil causes, Supreme Court 31 50 

To fines and costs paid by Justices and in 
County Court 2,857 95 

3,114 07 

Total receipts $10, 114 07 

By paid petit Jurors $6, 171 92 

By paid witnesses 1, 764 72 

By paid referees 67 75 

By paid reporters ^ 850 00 

By paid assistant Judges 702 80 

By paid board of Jurors 429 00 

By paid State Treasurer 96 38 

By paid State Treasurer, Supreme Court fees. 31 50 

Total disbursements $10, 114 07 

Less state fees in civil causes $224 62 

Less fines and costs 2,857 95 

Ivess amount repaid State Treasurer 127 88 

3,210 46 

Balance, showing net cost of March term $6,903 62 

County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid clerk per diem $214 00 

To paid fees, state causes 370 36 

To paid other fees and services 717 18 

To paid disbursements 121 37 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 250 37 

1,673 28 

Sheriff's Account. 

To paid summoning Jurors $52 70 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 25 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and Janitor per diem. 1,214 00 

To paid service of process 490 51 

To paid lights 29 01 

To paid fuel 385 83 

2,200 05 

Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding Inmates $658 00 

To paid clothing 71 38 

To paid medical attendance and medicine 40 00 

To paid key fees 5 75 

To paid fuel 224 26 

999 39 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 1,957 85 

Total net cost to the state $13,734 19 

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WASHINGKPON COUNTY. 

September Term, 1901. 

Receipts and diBbarsements of county clerk as disburBlng officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, September term $8»000 00 

To state fees, civil causes, County Court $273 35 

To fines and costs paid by justices and in 

County Court 3,043 33 

' 3,316 68 

Total receipts $11,316 68 

By paid grand Jurors $1,007 04 

By paid petit Jurors 3,808 16 

By paid witnesses 1,638 56 

By paid referees 227 00 

By paid reporters 774 40 

By paid assistant judges 681 40 

By paid board of jurors 139 75 

By paid State Treasurer 2,940 37 

Total disbursements '. $11,316 68 

Less state fees in civil causes $273 35 

Iiess fines and costs 3, 043 33 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 2,940 37 

6,257 05 

Balance, showing net cost of September term $5,069 63 

County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid clerk per diem $212 00 

To paid fees, state causes 356 31 

To paid other fees and services 675 57 

To paid disbursements 163 40 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 233 25 

1,640 53 

Sheriff's Account. 

To paid summoning Jurors $8 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 25 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and janitor per diem. 1,058 00 

To paid service of process 605 87 

To paid lights 51 55 

To paid water and ice 5 00 

1,756 42 

Jailer's Account 

To paid boarding inmates $679 75 

To paid clothing 41 32 

To paid medical attendance and medicine 82 50 

To paid key fees 5 00 

To paid fuel 20 00 

— -^— — 828 57 

To amount of justice's bills of costs 2,782 79 

Total net cost to the state $12,067 94 

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WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

March Term, 1902. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerli as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, March term $4,000 00 

To state fees, civil causes. County Court $266 89 

To state fees, civil causes, Supreme Court 7 00 

To fines and costs paid by Justices and in 
County Court 826 07 

1,099 96 

Total receipts $5,099 96 

By paid petit Jurors $3, 059 92 

By paid witnesses 320 60 

By paid referees 210 16 

By paid reporters SCA 00 

By paid assistant Judges ^ 355 00 

By paid board of Jurors 71 50 

By paid State Treasurer 711 78 

By paid State Treasurer, Supreme Court fees. 7 00 

Total disbursements $5,099 96 

Less state fees in civil causes $266 89 

Less fines and costs 826 07 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 718 78 

1,811 74 

Balance, showing net cost of March term $3,258 22 

County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid clerk per diem $112 00 

To paid fees, state causes 69 74 

To paid other fees and services 462 66 

To paid disbursements 9 00 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 262 00 

915 40 

Sheriff's Account. 

To paid summoning Jurors $12 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 25 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and Janitor per diem . 552 00 

To paid service of process 173 54 

To paid lights 18 21 

783 75 

Jailer's Account 

To paid boarding inmates $306 50 

To paid clothing 31 65 

To paid medical attendance and medicine 38 50 

To paid key fees 5 25 

To paid fuel 18 40 

400 30 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 1, 359 31 

Total net cost to the state $6, 746 98 



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WINDHAM COUNTY. 

September Term, 1900. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor*s orders for court expenses, September term $2,250 00 

To state fees, civil causes, County Court $155 60 

To fines and costs paid by justices and in 

County Court 1,243 10 

1,398 70 



Total receipts $3,tt48 70 

• = 

By paid grand jurors $171 36 

By paid pettt jurors 1,594 08 

By paid witnesses 518 82 

By paid referees 80 22 

By paid reporters 244 00 

By paid assistant judges 206 00 

By paid constables returning votes 23 00 

By paid State Treasurer 811 22 



Total disbursements $3,648 70 

Less state fees In civil causes $155 60 

Less fines and costs 1, 243 10 

Les amount repaid State Treasurer 811 22 

2,209 92 



Balance, showing net cost of September term $1,438 78 

County Clerk — Personal Account 

To paid clerk per diem $58 00 

To paid fees, state causes 99 78 

To paid other fees and services 272 89 

To paid disbursements 149 94 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 30 65 



Sheriff's Account. 

To paid summoning jurors $4 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 5 00 

• paid sheriff, deputies and janitor per diem. 286 00 

To paid service of process 197 85 

To paid boarding jurors 204 50 



611 26 



Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding inmates $342 00 

To paid clothing 9 26 

To paid medical attendance and medicine 20 00 

To paid key fees 2 50 

To paid fuel 32 00 



700 36 



405 76 
To amount of justice's bills of costs 1,049 09 



Total net cost to the state $4,205 24 

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WINDHAM COUNTY. 

March Term, 1901. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, March term |1,750 00 

To state fees, civil causes, County Court $134 67 

To state fees, civil causes, Supreme Court. ... 10 50 

To fines and costs paid by Justices and In 

County Court 002 96 

748 13 

Total receipts $2,406 13 

By paid petit Jurors $406 48 ^ 

By paid referees 106 61 

By paid reporters 92 00 

By paid assistant Judges 92 00 

By paid State Treasurer 1,786 54 

By paid State Treasurer, Supreme Court fees. 10 50 

12,498 13 

Less state fees In civil causes |1S4 67 

Loss ilQf-s and costs 602 96 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 1 , 797 04 

2.534 67 

Balance, showing net gain of March term $36 54 

County Clerk — Personal Account 

To paid clerk per diem $18 00 

I'o paid fees, state causes 3P 03 

To paid other fees and services 243 19 

To paid disbursements 146 21 

432 43 

Sheriff's Account. 

To paid summoning Jurors $3 50 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 3 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and Janitor per diem. 78 00 

To paid service of process 36 69 

124 19 

Jailer's Account 

To paid boarding inmates $156 50 

To paid clothing 6 90 

To paid medical attendance and medicine.... 77 65 

To paid key fees 1 25 

To paid fuel 8 00 

250 30 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 455 82 

Total net cost to the state $1,226 20 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

September Term, 1901. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing oflElcer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, September term. . . $2,311 25 

To state fees, civil causes. County Court $208 11 

To state fees, civil causes. Supreme Court 17 50 

To fines and costs paid by Justices and in 

County Court 3,474 72, 

3,700 33 



Total receipts $6,011 58 

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AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS. 171 



By paid grand jurors 

By paid petit jurors 

By paid witnesses 

By paid referees 

By paid reporters 

By paid assistant judges 

By paid State Treasurer 

By paid State Treasurer, Supreme Ck)urt fees. 

Total disbursements $6,011 58 

Less state fees in civil causes $208 11 

Less fines and costs 3,474 72 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer I,d74 85 



$313 36 


2,268 88 


316 18 


326 66 


443 25 


368 40 


1,957 35 


17 50 



5,657 68 



Balance, showing net cost of September term $353 90 

County Cleric — Personal Account. 

To paid clerk per diem $86 00 

To paid fees, state causes 160 70 

To paid other fees and services 300 56 

To paid disbursements 216 93 



Sheriff's Account. 

To paid summoning jurors $68 46 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 5 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and janitor per diem. 360 00 

To paid service of process 222 55 



764 19 



649 01 



Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding inmates $476 50 

To paid clothing 11 06 

To paid medical attendance and medicine. ... 17 50 

To paid boarding jurors 162 50 

667 56 

To amount of justice's bills of costs 1,566 78 

Total net cost to the state $4,001 44 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

March Term, 1902. 

Receipts and disbursements of county cleric as disbursing officer. 
To auditor's orders for court expenses, March term $1,500 00 

To amount of justice's bills of costs $353 06 

WINDSOR COUNTY. 
June Term, 1900. 

Receipts and ddsbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, June term $2,510 00 

To state fees, civil causes, County Court $166 90 

To fines and costs paid by justices and in 
County Court 1,821 09 



1,967 99 



Total receipts $4,497 90 

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By paid grand Jurors $176 52 

By paid petit Jurors 1,505 16 

By paid witnesses 1,136 71 

By paid referees 413 17 

By paid reporters 490 61 

By i>aid assistant Judges 267 60 

By paid moieties under fish and game law. . . 55 00 

By paJd constables returning votes 5 00 

By paid State Treasurer 448 22 

Total disbursements $4,497 99 

Less state fees in civil causes $166 90 

Less fines and costs^ 1,821 09 

Less amount repaid 'State Treasurer 448 22 

2,436 21 

Balance, showing net cost of June term $2,061 78 

County Clerk — Personal Account 

To paid clerk per diem $62 00 

To paid fees, state causes 136 44 

To paid other fees and services 396 92 

To paid disbursements 29 75 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 302 74 

927 85 

Sheriff's Account. 

To paid summoning. Jurors $4 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 5 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and Janitor per diem. 288 00 

To paid service of process 441 47 

To paid water and ice 1 54 

To paid boarding Jurors 204 75 

To paid transporting prisoners 9 29 

957 05 

Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding Inmates $689 00 

To paid clothing 45 36 

To paid medical attendance and medicine 50 40 

To paid key fees 2 00 

To paid fuel 61 49 

848 24 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 1,623 47 

Total net cost to the state $6,418 39 

WINDSOR COUNTY. 

December Term, 1900. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, December term $3»O0O 00 

To state fees, civil causes. County Court $195 82 

To fines and costs paid by Justices and in 

County Court 1,175 42 

1,371 24 

Total receipts $^i.371 24 



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By paid grand jurors . . .% 

Py paid petit jurors 

By paid witness 

By paid referees 

By paid reporters 

By paid assistant judges 

By paid constables returning votes 
By paid State Treasurer 



$366 24 


1,263 92 


648 92 


549 41 


314 65 


246 40 


24 00 


967 70 



Total disbursements $4,371 24 

Less state fees In civil causes $196 82 

Less fines and costs 1,175 42 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 957 70 

2328 94 



Balance, showing net cost of December term $2,042 30 

County Clerk — Personal Account 

To paid clerk per diem $58 00 

To paid fees, state causes 156 88 

To paid other fees and services 414 93 

To paid disbursements 26 16 

To paid dockets, printing, and supplies 56 69 



712 66 



Sheriff's Account. 

To paid summoning jurors $7 50 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 7 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and janitor per diem. 282 00 

To paid service of process 450 11 

To paid fuel 96 87 

To paid boarding jurors 195 88 



Jailer's Account. 

To paid boarding inmates $572 00 

To paid clothing 47 30 

To paid n^edical attendance and medicine. ... 13 30 

To paid key fees 1 75 

To paid fuel 99 53 



1,0?^1 36 



733 88 

To amount of justice's bills of costs 1,539 49 



Total net cost to the state $6,079 69 



WINDSOR COUNTY. 

June Term, 1901. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, June term $2,500 00 

To state fees, civil causes, County Court.... $191 05 

To fines and costs paid by justices and in 

County Court 2,250 01 

2,441 06 



Total receipts $4,941 06 

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By paid petit Juror» $1.660 96 

By paid wltneasea 641 24 

By paid referees 401 06 

By paid reporters 400 00 

By paid assistant Judges 244 60 

By paid moieties under fish and game law.. . 25 00 

By paid board of jurors 123 60 

By paid State Treasurer 1,654 73 

Total disbursements |4,941 06 

Less state fees in civil causes $191 05 

Less fines and costs 2,260 01 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 1,664 73 

4,006 79 

Balance, showing net cost of June term $845 27 

County Clerk — Personal Account. 

To paid clerk per diem $68 00 

To paid fees state causes 277 73 

To paid other fees and services 383 04 

To paid disbursements 37 23 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 46 46 

80246 

SheriCTs Account 

To paid summoning Jurors $6 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 7 00 

To 'paid sheriff, deputies and Janitor per diem. 282 00 

To paid service of process 459 12 

To paid water and Ice 1 76 

To paid fuel 6 00 

To paid boarding Jurors 19 60 

784 37 

Jailer's Account 

To paid boarding Inmates $503 00 

To paid clothing 29 91 

To paid medical attendance and medicine. ... 4 96 

To paid key fees 60 

To paid fuel 47 06 

486 42 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 872 45 

Total net cost to the state $3,789 97 

WINDSOR COUNTY. 

December Term, 1901. 

Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing ofllcer. 

To auditor's orders for court expenses, December term $5,000 00 

To state fees, civil causes. County Ootnrt $226 46 

To fines and costs paid by Justices and in 

County Court 8,480 09 

3,706 67 

Total receipts $8,706 07 

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AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS. • 175 

By paid grand Jurors $481 04 

By paid petit Jurors 3,087 44 

By paid witnesses 1,408 66 

By paid referees 391 96 

By paid reporters 455 75 

By paid assistant Judges 351 00 

By paid bench warrant 7 06 

By paid autopsy 25 00 

By paid board of Jurors 442 00 

By paid State Treasurer 1,970 76 

Total disbursements $8,705 07 

Less state fees In civil causes $226 48 

Less floes and costs 3,480 09 

Less amount repaid State Treasurer 1,970 76 

5,676 33 

Balance, showing net cost of December term $3,028 74 

County Clerk — Personal Account 

To paid clerk per diem $108 00 

To paid fees, state causes 800 78 

To paid other fees find serrlces 505 15 

To paid disbursements 100 42 

To paid dockets, printing and supplies 298 21 

1,312 56 

SheriCTs Account 

To paid summoning Jurors $4 00 

To paid clergyman opening court 3 00 

To paid cleaning court house 5 00 

To paid sheriff, deputies and Janitor per diem. 662 00 

To paid service of process 803 42 

To paid Ughts 9 25 

To paid fuel 64 35 

1,441 02 

Jailer's Account 

To paid boarding Inmates $1,060 50 

To paid clothing 65 25 

To paid medical attendance and medicine. ... 80 55 

To paid key fees 2 25 

To paid fuel 113 12 

1,311 67 

To amount of Justice's bills of costs 3,333 69 

Total net cost to the state $10,427 68 



WINDSOR COUNTY. 
June Term, 1902. 
Receipts and disbursements of county clerk as disbursing officer. 
To auditor's orders for court expenses, June term $3,000 00 



Total net cost to the state $3,000 00 



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BURMNGTON CITY COURT. 

1900 and 1901 and 

1901. 1902. 

Tn orders for bills of costs and fees |7,380 56 $8,494 87 

Tc printing 14 00 

$7,880 56 $8,508 87 

By fines and costs paid State Treasurer 3,224 73 3,413 38 

Expense to state $4, 155 83 $5,095 49 



BENNINGTON COUNTY. 
Appropriation to complete records, No. 289 of the Acts of 1894: 



1900 and 1901. 

1901 and 1902. 



$590 41 
225 70 



The personal account's of county clerks contain orders drawn for 

printing and supplies that have been made payable to the printers. 

SUMMARIES. 

The following table shows the expense to the state for the County 
Court in each county for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1901: 

Debentures of Services and Dockets* 

County Court disburse- printing 

and Grand ments, and 

Jurors. clerks. supplies. 

Addison county $3,83157 $490 09 $148 30 

Bennington county 3, 552 11 1, 14G 14 387 55 

Caledonia county 4.909 99 946 78 432 36 

Chittenden county 8.084 74 1,870 63 725 '^ 

Essex county 1,030 59 363 07 94 13 

Franklin county 5,644 59 1,314 21 245 00 

Grand Isle county 1.402 14 197 98 89 15 

Lamoille county 3,340 73 679 25 289 85 

Oranpre county 4,597 47 757 94 247 48 

Orleans county 4,91151 706 69 242 47 

Rutland county 8,046 93 1,37177 489 60 

Washington county 19, 328 68 2, 910 37 539 18 

Windham county 3,538 57 1,013 04 30 65 

Windsor county 7,463 31 1,28108 359 43 

Totals $80,288 93 $15,055 64 $4,320 44 



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The following table shows the amounts paid the sheriffs, Jailers and 

for Jnstices' bills of costs, in each county, for the fiscal year ending 

June 30, 1901: 

Justices' 
bills of 
Sheriffs. Jailers. costs. 

Addison county |1,372 33 ^276 14 $1,002 07 

HenoiDgton county 1, 780 78 583 21 2,047 41 

Caledonia county 1,093 58 709 45 1,358 11 

Chittenden county 2,298 12 1.531 47 1,736 31 

Baseicounty 498 93 56125 1,024 37 

Franklin county 1.624 62 1,668 72 4.889 33 

JJrand Isle county 154 10 69 75 191 34 

LamoUle county 789 97 506 80 565 43 

Orange county 903 46 569 32 472 22 

Orleans county 1.504 95 849 08 1,546 44 

Jfutland county 2,104 32 7,242 65 

Washington county 4,194 04 2,496 25 5,838 27 

Windham county 824 54 656 06 1,504 91 

Windsor county 2,008 41 1,582 12 3,162 96 

Totals 121,152 15 $12,049 62 $32,582 72 



The following table shows the receipts of the county clerks which 
are accounted for in their settlements with the auditor for the fiscal 

year ending June 30, 1901: 

Fines and Fees In Fees in 

costs received Supreme County 

by clerk. Court. Court. 

Aildison county $855 15 $3 50 $97 73 

Bennington county 1,492 31 7 00 100 72 

Caledonia county 2,631 34 21 00 361 03 

Chittenden county 3,241 73 10 50 360 86 

E*sex county 1,176 74 65 37 

Franklin county 2.433 99 14 00 165 49 

•irand Isle county 212 41 14 60 

Umollle county 298 73 80 37 

Orange county 683 40 243 35 

Orleans county 957 84 17 50 265 66 

fintland county 9,253 62 38 50 502 16 

Washington county 5,704 25 59 50 498 93 

Windham county 1,846 06 10 50 290 27 

Windsor county 2,996 51 362 72 

Totals $33,78408 $182 00 $3,409 26 



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The following tables shows the expense to the state for the County 

Court in each county for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1902: 

Debentures of Services and Dockets, 

County Court disburse- printing 

and Grand ments. and 

Jurors. clerks. supplies. 

Addison county $4.430 59 $02189 $144 52 

Bennington county 309 52 230 00 

Caledonia county 9,47111 1,159 91 388 tSO 

Chittenden county 3,014 80 925 80 468 45 

Essex county 651 00 150 57 79 95 

Franklin county 281 16 

Grand Isle county 346 26 65 37 4 60 

Lamoille county 3,690 22 613 16 130 20 

Orange county 5,218 97 79121 182 08 

Orleans county 5,672 67 80104 287 95 

Rutland county 3,558 38 646 03 235 65 

Washington county 12,757 49 2,060 68 495 25 

Windham county 4.036 73 764 19 

Windsor county 10,02114 1,770 38 344 67 

Totals $62,869 96 $10,739 75 $3,273 14 



The following table shows the amounts paid the sheriffs, Jailers, 

and for justices' bills of costs, In each county, for the fiscal year ending 

June 30, 1902: 

Justices' 
biUs of 
Sheriffs. Jailers. costs. 

Addison county $1,171 03 $793 09 $2,205 24 

Bennington county 1, 168 81 467 40 3,580 30 

Caledonia county 2.392 41 893 01 2,446 90 

Chittenden county 1,192 87 931 65 1,493 82 

Essex county 277 47 55 00 216 i^ 

Franklin county 1,471 19 2,587 45 5,378 67 

C rand Isle county 72 94 188 10 25110 

Lamoille county 833 39 200 70 808 50 

Orange county 895 27 588 74 1,057 27 

Orleans county 1,657 87 734 84 1,70G 22 

Rutland county 616 60 4.865 47 

Washington county 2,540 17 1,228 87 4. 142 10 

Windham county 649 01 667 56 1,919 84 

Windsor county 2,225 39 1,797 09 4.206 14 

Totals $17,164 42 $11,193 50 -$34,338 42 



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The following table shows the receipts of the county clerks which 
are accounted for in their settlements with the auditor for the fiscal 



year ending June 30, 1902: 



Addison county . . . 
Bennington county 
Caledonia county... 
Chittenden county . 

Essex county 

Franklin county .. 
Grand Isle county, 
liamollle county . . . 
Orange county .... 

Orleans county 

Rutland county . . . 
Washington county 
Windham county . . 
Windsor county . . . 



Fines and 


Fees in 


Fees in 


costs received 


Supreme 


County 


by clerk. 


Court. 


Court. 


11,202 09 


^9 00 


$170 08 


2,664 05 


325 27 


1,671 3C 


4 50 


203 75 


367 79 




49 02 


; 140 74 




12 20 


1,010 98 


14 00 


107 88 


1,054 47 




139 30 


1,679 74 


7 00 


221 82 


5,772 04 


28 00 


287 79 


3,869 40 


7 00 


540 24 


3,474 72 


17 50 


208 11 


5,730 10 




416 53 


128,637 47 


1127 00 


$2,681 94 



RECAPITULATION. 
1900 and 1901. 

Disburse* ■ Net 

ments. Receipts. expense. 

Addison $7,128 00 $966 38 $6,17162 

Bennington 9,497 20 1,600 03 7,887 17 

Caledonia 9,450 27 3,013 87 6,436 90 

Chittenden 16,246 56 8,613 09 12,683 47 

E^sex 4,178 84 1,242 11 2,986 23 

Franklin 15.386 47 2,613 48 12,772 99 

Grand Isle 2,104 46 227 01 1,877 45 

Lamoille 6,172 08 879 10 5,792 93 

Orange 7,537 89 926 75 6.61114 

Orleans 9,76114 1,24100 8,520 14 

Rutland 19,255 27 9,794 28 9,460 99 

Washington 35,306 79 6,262 68 29,044 11 

Windham 7,567 77 2,146 83 5.420 94 

Windsor ; 15,857 31 8,359 23 12,498 08 

Totals $165,449 60 $87,875 34 $128,074 16 

Burlington City Court 7,380 56 8,224 73 4,155 83 

Total $172,830 06 $40,600 07 $132,229 99 

Less fines and costs paid at House of Correction. . . $3,894 87 



$128,335 12 



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RECAPITULATION. 
1901 and 1902. 

Disburse- Net 

ments. Receipts. expense. 

Addison $9,366 36 $1,372 12 $7,994 2i 

Bennington 5,816 03 5,816 03 

Caledonia 16,752 00 3.038 32 13,713 68 

Clilttenden 8,027 39 1,879 60 6, 147 79 

Essex 1,431 44 416 81 1.014 63 

Franklin 9,718 47 9,718 47 

(iraud Isle 928 37 152 94 775 43 

Lamoille 6.336 17 1 .132 86 5,203 31 

Orange 8,733 54 1,193 77 7,539 77 

Orleans 10,920 59 1,908 56 9,012 08 

Rutland 9,922 13 6,087 83 3,834 30 

Washington 23,224 56 4,416 64 18,807 92 

Windham 8,037 33 3,700 33 4,337 00 

Windsor 20,364 81 6, 146 63 14,218 18 

Totals $139,579 19 $31,446 41 $108,132 78 

Turlington City Court 8,508 87 3,413 38 5,095 49 

Totals $148,088 06 $34,859 79 $113,228 27 

Less fines and costs paid at House of Correction. .. . 3,413 38 



$109,814 89 



Note. In the foregoing summaries and recapitulations there is 
included for the fiscal year ending June 30th, 1901, $590.41, and for 
the fiscal year ending June 30th, 1902, $225.70, paid to the clerk of Ben- 
nington County Court for comple(ting certain records of said court 
under the provisions of Number 289 of the Acts of 1894. 

In the foregoing accounts, relating to court expenses, it will l>e 
observed that the itemized statements for some of the counties for 
certain terms are not completed. This arises from the fact that at the 
expiration of the last fiscal year the accounts that are thus incom- 
plete had not then been settled and audited, but as certainty in book- 
keeping can only be attained by letting the accounts, as stated in this 
report, appear as shown by the Auditor's ledger at the close of each 
fiscal year, no attempt Is made to include in this report accounts not 
settled and audited until after the close of the fiscal year. The items 
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STATE'S ATTORNEYS. 

This account as will appear, includes In a few instances fees paid 
to a state's attorney's clerk before the grand Jury, and also attorney's 
bills In insane pauper cases, paid to state's attorney's substitutes. 

1900 and 1901 and 

Addison: 1901. 1902. 

James B. Donoway, salary ?800 00 $400 00 

James B. Donoway, stationery and office 
supplies 9 00 24 00 

James B. Donoway, fees and expenses in in- 
sane pauper eases 34 15 46 00 

Wm. H. Davis, fees and expenses in Insane 
pauper cases 5 00 

F. W. Tuttle, fees and expenses in insane 
pauper cases 5 00 

James B. Donoway, fees and expenses in 
hearings before railroad commissioners... 10 50 

Totals $848 15 $485 50 

Bennington: 

E. L. Bates, salary $400 00 

£. L. Bates, stationery and office supplies... 15 75 
E. L. Bates, fees and expenses in Insane pau- 
per cases 59 66 

E. L. Bates, conviction fees 10 00 

J. J. Shakshober, salary $1,200 00 

J. J. Shaksbober, fees and expenses in insane 
pauper cases 23 04 

J. J. Shaksbober, fees and expenses in bear- 
ings before railroad commissioners 13 75 

J. J. Shaksbober, stationery and office sup- 
plies 28 40 

Totals $485 41 $1,265 19 

Caledonia: 

L. P. Slack, salary $400 00 

L. P. Slack, fees and expenses in insane pau^ 
per cases 35 00 

h. P. Slack, stationery and office svpplies 50 00 

David E. Porter, fees and expenses in insane 
pauper cases 5 00 

David E. Porter, salary $1,200 00 

David E. Porter, fees and expenses in Insane 
pauper cases 30 00 

Fees and expenses before railroad commis- 
sioners 10 00 

F. D. Thompson, fees and expenses in insane 

pauper cases 10 00 

Ony W. Hill, fees and expenses in insane pau- 
per cases 5 00 

Totals $49000 $1,255 00 



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1900 and 1901 and 
Chittenden: 1901. 1902. 

Ruf us E. Brown, salary $750 00 

Bufus E. Brown, fees in insane pauper cases. 35 00 

E. C. Mower, salary 750 00 $1,500 00 

E. C. Mower, fees in Insane pauper cases 40 00 5 00 

E. C. Mower, fees before railroad commis- 
sioners 5 00 

E. O. Mower, stationery and office supplies 28 16 14 29 

Thos. E. Hopkins, fees and expenses in in- 
sane pauper cases 5 00 

T. E. Wales, fees and expenses in insane pau- 
per cases 5 00 

Totals $1,608 16 $1,529 29 

Essex: 

H. W. Lund, salary $200 00 

H. W. Lund, fees and expenses in insane pau- 
per cases 8 45 

F. D. Hale, fees and expenses in insane pau- 
per cases 15 70 

F. D. Hale, salary $400 00 

F. D. Hale, fees and expenses in insane pau- 
per hearings 15 35 

F. D. Hale, fees and expenses before railroad 
commissioners 16 60 

Totals $224 15 $43195 

Franklin: 

D. W. Steele, salary $1,200 00 $1,800 00 

D. W. Steele, fees and expenses in insane 
pauper cases 93 00 116 65 

D. W. Steele, fees before railroad commis- 
sioners 5 00 

D. W. Steele, conviction fees 40 00 

D. W. Steele, stationery and office supplies. . . 35 05 

Totals $1,333 00 $1,956 70 

Grand Isle: 

Jed P. Ladd, salary $100 00 

J. L. Collins, salary 100 00 $100 OO 

J. L. Collins, fees and expenses in insane pau- 
per cases 10 30 

J. L. Collins, fees and expenses before railroad 
commissioners ', 9 65 

J. L. Collins, stationery and office supplies ... 14 30 15 OO 

Totals $234 25 $115 OO 

Lamoille: 

L. J. Thompson, salary $250 00 

Thos. C. Cheney, salary $750 OO 

Thos. C. Cheney, fees and expenses in insane 

pauper cases 10 To 

S. B. Walte, paid fees as clerk before grand 

jury 45 00 

Totals $295 00 $760 TS 

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1901 and 
1902. 


$7 75 

6 00 

800 00 


59 82 
22 49 


$896 06 


$800 00 


15 00 


23 76 
5 00 



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1900 and 
Orange: 1901. 

Hale K. Darling, salary $400 00 

Hale K. Darling, fees and expenses In insane 

pai:q>er cases 24 50 

Hale K. Darling, stationery and office supplies 

David S. Conant, salary 400 00 

David S. Conant, fees and expenses in insane 

panper cases 22 50 

David 8. Ck>nant, stationery and office supplies 

Totals $847 00 

Orleans: 

Horace F. Graham, salary $800 00 

Horace F. Graham, fees and expenses in in- 
sane pauper cases 45 00 

Horace F. Graham, stationery and office sup- 
plies 1175 

Horace F. Graham, conrlcton fee 

Geo. B. Young, fees and expenses in Insane 
panper case 5 00 

E. A. Cook, fees and expenses in Insane pau- 
per case 5 00 

J. W. Redmond, fees and expenses in insane 
pauper case 5 00 

Totals $866 75 $848 76 

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Rutland: 

Geo. L. Rice, salary $750 00 

Geo. L. Rice, fees and expenses in insane pau- 
per cases 36 20 

Geo. L.Rice, fees and expenses, hearing before 
railroad commissioners 5 90 

Geo. Ir. Rice, stationery and office supplies. .. 13 20 

Geo. B. Liawrence, salary 750 00 

Geo. E. Liawrence, fees and expenses in insane 
pauper cases 43 78 

Geo. E. Lawrence, stationery and office sup- 
plies 

Wm. H. Davis, services as clerk before grand 
jury 21 00 

Totals $1,620 08 

Washington: 

Blchard A. Hoar, salary $1,200 00 

Richard A. Hoar, fees and expenses in insane 
pauper cases 56 00 

Kichard A. Hoar, fees and expenses before 
raihroad commissioners 

Richard A. Hoar, stationery, printing and 
office supplies 160 60 

Nelly Cox Laird, services as stenographer be- 
fore grand Jury 172 25 

Totals r... $1,588 85 



$1,500 00 


57 00 


29 66 


$1,586 66 


$1,200 00 


51 50 


10 40 


16 60 


$1,278 50 



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1900 and 1901 and 

Windham: 1901. 1902. 

H. G. Barber, salary $400 00 

H. G. Barber, fees and expenses in insane 
pauper cases 16 58 

R. G. Barber, stationery and office supplies.. . 12 19 

Geo. Weston, salary $1,200 00 

Geo. Weston, fees and expenses in insane pau- 
per cases 58 26 

Geo. Weston, conviction fees 50 00 



Totals $428 77 $1,308 26 



$500 00 


51 


91 


20 77 

110 05 


55 


00 


$737 


73 



Windsor: 

J. G. Sargent, salary $500 00 

J. G. Sargent, fees and expenses in insane 

pauper eases 149 92 

J. G. Sargent, fees and expenses before rail- 
road commissioners 8 12 

J. G. Sargent, stationery and office supplies. . 10 00 

Chas. P. Tarbell, salary 500 00 

Chas. P. Tarbell, fees and expenses In Insane 

pauper cases 46 00 

Chas. P. Tarbell, fees and expenses before 

railroad commfssioners 18 50 

Cbas. P. Tarbell, stationery and office supplies 

A. G. Whitham, services as clerk before grand 

Jury 

Totals $1,232 54 



Summary of salaries and expenses of state's attorneys for the 
respective counties: 

Addison $848 15 $485 50 

Bennington 485 41 1,265 19 

Caledonia 400 00 1.255 00 

Chittenden 1,608 16 1,529 29 

Essex 224 15 431 95 

Franklin 1,333 00 1,956 70 

Grand Isle 234 25 115 OO 

Lamoille 295 00 760 75 

Orange 847 00 896 OO 

Orleans 866 75 848 7«> 

Rutland 1,620 08 1,586 6ft 

Washington 1,588 85 1.278 50 

Windham 428 77 1,308 2ft 

Windsor 1,232 54 737 73 

Totals $12,102 11 $14,455 35 

ATTORNEY FEES— ASSIGNMENT FOR STATE. 

Supreme Court $269 45 $449 fts 

County Court 2,788 65 1,683 30 

Justice Court 113 25 107 71 

Employment by Governor 1,345 33 105 OO 

Totals $4,516 68 $2,345 04 

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ATTORNEY FEES— ASSIGNMENT FOR RESPONDENTS. 

1900 and 1901 and 

1901. 1902. 

Supreme Court $544 57 $272 73 

County Court 3.913 36 2,674 89 

Totals $4,457 93 $2.947 62 



EXPERT EVIDENCE UNDER VERMONT STATUTES, SECTIONS 

1963-5396. 

Expert evidence allowed by the courts under 

No. 1993 $75 00 $28 50 

Ordered under No. 5396 (services) 71 00 38 00 

Ordered under No. 5396 (expenses) 106 05 72 00 

Totals $252 05 $138 50 



AUTOPSIES UNDER VERMONT STATUTES, SECTION 1984. 
Amounts allowed by Court $75 00 $88 42 

SERVICE OF PROCESS. 

Not Included In sheriff's account 

Service of requisitions $1,075 88 $342 99 

Service of certified warrants 92 30 133 10 

Warrants to transfer from Industrial School 

to House of Correction 7 96 

Unsuccessful search warrants in liquor cases. 9 30 397 90 

Warrants to recommit to State Prison 23 61 

Unsuccessful search for stolen property 29 80 

Totals $1, 185 44 $927 40 

DETECTIVE SERVICE. 

Paid on order of the Grovernor, Vermont 

Statutes, section 2957-8 $493 05 $415 07 

Paid on order of the State's Attorney, Vermont 

Statutes, section 2956 148 70 45 50 

Totals $651 75 $460 57 



CITY AND MUNICIPAL JUDGES. 

Silas W. Flinn, St. Albans, salary $300 00 

Chas. H. Darling, Bennington, salary 150 00 $312 50 

W. A. Boyce, Barre, salary 300 00 

Chas. L. Howe, Rutland, salary 300 00 

John M. Thome, St Albans, salary 300 00 

Totals $1.050 00 $612 50 

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PROBATION OFFICERS. 



Caledonia County, per diem 

Caledonia County, expenses 

Chittenden County, per diem 

Chittenden County, expenses 

Franklin County, per diem 

Franklin County, expenses 

Orleans County, per diem 

Orleans County, expenses 

Rutland County, per diem 

Rutland County, expenses 

Washington County, per diem 

Washington County, exi>enses 

Windsor County, per diem 

Windsor County, expenses 

Totals $555 25 $482 72 



COMMISSIONERS OF JAIL DELIVERY. 

Compensation $2 per day and certain fees, Vermont Statutes, section 
5404. 

Caledonia County $4 59 $12 5& 

Chittenden County 34 16 

Franklin County 4 79 

Orleans County 7 14 

Windsor County 9 58 

Totals $60 26 $12 58 



1900 and 


1901 and 


1901. 


1902. 


$2100 


$39 00 


50 


5 05 


171 00 




400 




86 25 


75 25 


3 15 


2 70 


33 00 


16 00 


14 00 


800 


41 00 


13 00 


1 48 


17 98 


51 00 


105 OO 


18 34 


42 23 


105 00 


106 OO 


5 53 


52 51 



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PBOBATE COTTBTS. 



The following statements show the net gain or cost to the state of 
each of the Probate Districts for the year ending May 31, 1001: 

ADDISON DISTRICT— Wm. H. Bliss, Judge. 

To salary of J. M. Slade, June 1st, to Septem- 
ber 13th, 1809 $184 16 

To salary 650 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 198 85 

To fuel and light 61 10 

$1,094 11 

By fees collected and paid to the state $587 00 

Net cost for the year 507 11 

$1,094 11 



BENNINGTON DISTRICT-^ohn V. Cabney, Judge. 

To salary $650 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 138 55 

$788 55 

By fees collected and paid to the state $660 00 

Net cost for the year 128 56 

$788 55 



BRADFORD DISTRICT— Samuel M. Gleason, Judge. 

Tosalary A $900 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 30 98 

To fuel and Ughts 23 50 

$954 48 

By fees collected and paid to the state $574 50 

^et cost for the year 379 98 

$954 48 



CALEDONIA DISTRICT— W. P. Smith, Judge. 

Jo salary $1,350 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 66 65 

^ $1,416 65 

By fees collected and paid to the state $1,907 50 

^et gain for the year 490 85 



$1,416 65 

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CHITTENDEN DISTRICT— M. A. Binoham, Judge. 

To salary $1,750 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 234 94 

To fuel and lights 10 84 

$1,905 78 

By fees collected and paid to the state $2,801 50 

Net gain for the year 805 72 

$1,905 78 

ESSEX DISTRICT— Robert Chase, Judge. 

To salary $600 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 00 50 

To fuel and lights 50 00 

$710 50 

By fees collected and paid to the state $376 50 

Net cost for the year 334 00" 

$710 5a 



FAIRHAVEN DISTRICT— Henry L. Clark. Judge. 

To salary $000 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 85 35 

To fuel and lights 40 40 

$1,025 75 

By fees collected and paid to the state $882 DO 

Net cost for the year 143 75- 

$1,025 75 



FRANKLIN DISTRICT— Otis N. Kelton, Judge. 

To salary $1,60000 

To postage, printing and stationery 236 86 

$1,836 86 

By fees collected and paid in the state $2, 414 50 

Net gain for the year 577 04 

$1,836 86 



GRAND ISLE DISTRICT— Wm. Haynes, Judge. 

To salary $450 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 69 25 

To fuel and lights 30 00 

$549 25 

By fees collected and paid to the state $181 03 

Net cost for the year 36S *>^ 

$540 2 ^ 

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HARTFORD DISTRICT— T. O. Seaver, Judge. 

To salary $1,360 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 65 97 

To fuel and lights 59 63 

$1,475 60 

By fees collected and paid to the state $1,631 00 

Net gain for the year 155 40 

$1,475 60 

LAMOILLE DISTRICT— Edwin 0. White, Judge. 

To salary $900 00 

To postage, printing and stationery Ill 05 

$1,011 05 

By fees collected and paid to the state $867 50 

Net cost for the year 143 55 

$1,011 05 



MANOHE2STER DISTRICT— W. B. Edgerton, Judge. 

To salary $750 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 30 60 

To fuel and lights 31 40 

$812 00 

By fees collected and paid to the state $534 00 

Net cost for the year 278 00 

€812 00 

MARLBORO DISTRICT— B. L. Waterman, Judge. 

Tosalary $1,100 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 46 00 

To fuel and lights 15 89 

$1,161 89 

By fees collected and paid to the state $1,543 OO 

Net gain for the year 381 11 

$1,161 89 

NEW HAVEN DISTRICT— John D. Smith, E. A. Hasseltine, Judges. 

To salary $600 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 198 15 

To fuel and lights 47 43 

$845 58 

By fees collected and paid to the state $630 50 

Net cost for the year 215 08 



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ORLEANS DISTRICT— F. E. Alfred, Judge. 

To salary $1,250 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 123 05 

$1,373 05 

By fees collected and paid to the state $2,379 50 

Net gain for the year 1,006 45 

$1,373 05 



RANDOLPH DISTRICT— Wm. H. Nichols, Judge. 

To salary $900 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 53 70 

To fuel and lights 16 00 

$909 70 

By fees collected and paid to the state $679 00 

Net cost for the year 290 70 

$969 70 



RUTLAND DISTRICT— Thos. C. Rorbins, Judge. 

To salary $1,500 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 83 70 

$1,583 70 

By fees collected and paid to the state $2,300 90 

Net gain for the year 725 80 

$1,583 70 



WASHINGTON DISTRICT— Hiram Carleton, Judge. 

To salary $1,750 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 179 70 

$1,929 70 

By fees collected and paid to the state $3,975 OO 

Net gain for the year 2,045 30 

$1,929 70 

WESTMINSTER DISTRICT— L. M. Read, Judge. 

To salary $700 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 61 24 

To fuel and lights 20 00 

$781 24 

By fees collected and paid to the state $95T 5o 

Net gain for the year 170 20 

$78X^ 

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WINDSOR DISTRICT— F. A. Walker, Judge. 

To salary $800 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 54 43 

To fuel and lights 39 88 

$894 31 

By fees collected and paid to the state 

Net gain for the year 



$994 50 
100 19 



$894 31 

PROBATE COURTS, 1901. 

Diitrtot. DltbarsMMOtt. Beoeiptt. Net gain. NetoMt. 

Addison $1,094 11 $587 00 $507 11 

Bennington 788 55 6G0 00 128 55 

Bradford 954 48 574 50 379 98 

Caledonia 1,416 65 1,907 50 $490 85 

Chittenden 1,995 78 2,80150 805 72 

Essex 710 50 376 50 334 00 

Fair Haven 1,025 75 882 00 143 75 

FranitUn 1,836 86 2,414 50 577 64 

Grand Isle 549 25 181 03 368 22 

Hartford 1,475 60 1,63100 155 40 

Lamoille 1,01105 867 50 143 55 

Manchester 812 00 534 00 278 00 

MarlhoPo 1,16189 1,543 00 38111 

New Haven 845 58 630 50 215 08 

Orleans 1,373 05 2,379 50 1,006 45 

Randolph 969 70 679 00 290 70 

Butland 1,585 70 2,309 50 725 80 

Washington 1.929 70 3,975 00 2,045 30 

Westminster 781 24 957 50 176 26 

Windsor 894 31 994 50 100 19 

Totals $23,209 75 $26,885 53 $6,464 72 $2,788 94 

Net gain 3,675 78 



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The following statements show the net gain or cost to the state 
of each of the Probate Districts for the year ending May 31, 1902: 

ADDISON DISTRICT— WxLLiAic H. Bliss, Judge. 

To salary $976 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 50 13 

$1,025 13 

By fees collected and paid to the state $1>023 50 

Net cost for the year 1 63 

11,025 IZ 



BENNINGTON DISTRICT— John V. Carney, Judge. 

To salary $660 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 96 10 

$748 10 

By fees collected cuid paid to the state $630 50 

Net cost for the year 108 60 

$748 10 



BRADB'ORD DISTRICT— Samuel M. Gleason, Judge. 

To salary $600 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 57 34 

$657 34 

By fees collected and paid to the state $548 00 

Net cost for the year 100 84 

$657 84 



CALEDONIA DISTRICT— W. P. Smith, Judge. 

To salary $900 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 13 05 

$913 05 

By fees collected and paid to the state $1,847 OO 

Net gain for the year 983 95 

$913 05 

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CHITTENDEN DISTRICT— M. A. Bingham, Judge. 

To salary $1,300 00 

To postage, printisg and etationery 183 57 

To fuel and Ughts 7 02 

$1,400 59 

By fees collected and paid to the state $1,857 50 

Net gain for the year 366 91 

$1,490 59 

ESSEX DISTRICT— Robert Chase, Judge. 

To salary $400 00 

To postage, iMlntlng and stationery 37 60 

To fuel and lights 25 00 

$462 60 

By fees collected $291 00 

Net cost 171 60 

$462 60 

FAIR HAVEN DISTRICT— Henry L. Clark, Judge. 

To salary $600 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 11 75 

To fuel and lights 63 85 

$675 60 

By fees cc^ected $637 50 

Net cost 38 10 

$675 60 

FRANKLIN DISTRICT— Ons N. Kelton, Judge. 

To salary $1,200 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 115 40 

$1,315 40 

By fees collected $1,591 00 

Net gain 275 60 

$1,315 40 

GRAND ISLE DISTRICT— Wm. Haywes. Judge. 

To salary $300 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 14 61 

To fuel and lights 15 00 

$329 61 

By fees collected $188 50 

Net cost 141 11 

$329 61 

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HARTFORD DISTRICT— T. O. Seaver, Judge. 

To salary $900 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 52 74 

To fuel and lights 76 70 

$1,029 44 

By fees collected $1, 174 60 

Net gain 145 06 

$1,029 44 



LAMOILI/E DISTRICT— E. C. White, Judge. 

To salary $600 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 50 61 

$650 61 

By fees collected $485 60 

Net cost 165 11 

$650 61 



MANCHESTER DISTRICT— W. B. Edgebton, Judge. 

To salary $500 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 93 47 

To fuel and Ughts 16 27 

$609 74 

By fees collected $403 50 

Net cost 206 24 

$609 74 



MARLBORO DISTRICT— E. L. Waterman, Judge. 
To salary $800 00 

By fees collected $1,265 OO 

Net gain 465 OO 

$800 OO 



NEW HAVEN DISTRICT— E. A. Hasseltine, Judge. 

To salary $600 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 53 05 

To fuel and lights 42 56 

$695 61 

By fees collected $486 CO 

Net cost 200 61 



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ORLEANS DISTRICT— F. E. Alfred, Judge. 

To salary $900 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 211 91 

$1,111 91 

By fees collected $1,470 00 

Net gain 358 09 

$1,111 91 



RANDOLPH DISTRICT— Wm. H. Nichols, Judge. 

To salary $600 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 43 55 

$643 55 

By fees collected $443 50 

Net cost 200 05 

$648 55 



RUTLAND DISTRICT— Thos. C. Robbins, Judge. 

To salary $1,000 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 23 80 

$1,023 80 

By fees collected $2,056 50 

Net gain 1,032 70 

$1,023 80 



WASHINGTON DISTRICT— Hiram Carleton, Judge. 

Tosalary $1,300 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 169 17 

$1,469 17 

By fees collected $1,952 50 

Net gain 483 33 

$1,460 17 



WESTMINSTER DISTRICT— La vant M. Read. Judge. 

Tosalary $1,050 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 52 45 

$1,102 45 

By fees collected $1,253 50 

Net gain 151 05 



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BIENNIAL REPORT OF THE 



WINDSOR DISTRICT— F. A. Walkeb, Judge. 

To salary $1,200 00 

To postage, printing and stationery 7 50 

$1,207 50 

By fees collected $2,007 00 

Net gain for the year 799 50 

$1,207 50 

PROBATE COURTS, 1902. 

Distriot. DisbanementB. Receipts. Net gain. Netoost. 

Addison $1,025 13 $1,023 50 $1 63 

Bennington 748 10 639 50 108 GO 

Bradford 657 34 548 00 100 34 

Caledonia 913 05 1,847 00 $933 95 

Chittenden 1, 490 59 1, 857 50 366 91 

Essex 462 60 29100 17160 

Fair Haven 675 60 637 50 38 10 

Franklin 1,315 40 1,591 00 275 60 

Orand Isle 329 61 188 50 141 11 

Hartford 1,029 44 1,174 50 145 00 

Lamoille 650 61 485 50 165 11 

Manchester 609 74 403 50 206 24 

Marlboro 800 00 1,265 00 465 00 

New Haven 695 61 486 00 209 61 

Orleans 1,11191 1,470 00 338 09 

Randolph 643 55 443 50 200 05 

Rutland 1, 023 80 2,056 50 1,032 70 

Washington 1,469 17 1,952 50 483 33 

Westminster 1, 102 45 1,253 50 151 05 

Windsor 1,207 50 2,007 00 799 50 

Totals $17,96120 $21,62100 $5,01119 $1,35139 

Net gain 3,659 80 



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CONDENSED ABSTRACT. 



The following is a condensed abstract of the expenses of the state 
for the two preceding fiscal years: 

1900 and 1901 and 

Executive department: 1901. 1902. 

Governor |1,780 35 $1,772 70 

Lieutenant-Governor 7 50 

Secretary of civil and military affairs 537 87 200 00 

Executive clerk 5O0OO 20000 

Special executive expenses 57 27 1, 585 60 

Totals 12,882 99 $3,758 30 

State Treasurer $2,184 66 $2,180 80 

Secretary of State 1,952 16 1,745 95 

Anditor of Accounts 2,668 64 2,910 64 

Insurance Department 2,467 24 2,346 38 

Commissioner of State Taxes 1,577 01 1,650 10 

Inspector of Finance* 1,450 41 1,373 73 

Sergeant-at-Arms 7,544 50 6,234 20 

State Geologist 670 07 1,053 47 

Curator of the Cabinet 577 86 634 83 

Educational: 

State Superintendent of Education $3,483 49 $3,784 38 

University of Vermont and State Agricultural 

College 14,13000 14,130 00 

Middlebury College 2,400 00 2,400 00 

Norwich Unlversty 4,200 00 6,000 00 

Normal school commissioners 835 31 1,067 11 

Normals schools 17, 107 96 16,444 63 

Teachers* institutes 201 35 278 31 

Summer schools 746 35 1, 174 47 

Instruction of deaf, dumb, blind and feeble- 
minded 9,801 53 8,583 67 

County examiners 4,901 41 3,877 75 

Appropriation under V. S., sec. 625, for union 

schools 40 00 

Totals $57,957 40 $57,760 22 

♦No cost to state. 

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Libraries: 

State Ubrartan $437 50 $350 00 

Assistant state librarian 1,000 00 1,000 00 

State library 719 63 1,720 00 

Library commissioners 435 43 214 87 

Town Hbraries 900 00 300 00 

Traveling libraries 230 56 572 47 

Totals 13,723 12 $4,157 34 

Military: 

Military expenditures $23,650 43 $24,367 40 

Adjutant and Inspector General 573 93 

Quartermaster-General 360 80 

Adjutant, Inspector and Quartermaster-Gen- 
eral, since offices combined 773 32 1.698 06 

Totals $25,358 48 $26,065 46 

Insane: 

Supervisors of the Insane $1,319 00 $1,486 16 

Trustees Vermont Hospital for Insane 905 69 623 90 

Vermont Hospital for Insane 113,588 67 115,245 48^ 

Brattleboro Retreat 42,904 29 51,264 74 

Totals $158,717 65 $168,622 28 

Penal: 

Board of Visitors $24 48 $83 23 

Prison Commissioners 458 53 149 30 

Directors State Prison and House of Ck>r 562 71 358 8S 

State Prison 2,623 22 375 22 

♦House of CJorrection 4,467 96 

Trustees Vermont Industrial School 325 90 301 38 

Vermont Industrial School 22,836 07 22,530 4e 

Totals $31.298 87 $23,796 47 

* The House of Ck)rrection shows a net gain 
to the state for the fiscal year ending June 

30, 1902, of 1,550 OO 

$22,248 47 

Legislative expenses $61,979 83 

Special appropriations 11, 104 04 $722 50 

Soldiers claims No. 73, Acts of 1900 174 2S 

Printing: 

Commissioners of State Printing $246 24 

Public printing 12,047 18 $9,834 lO 

Promulgating public acts 3,560 11 182 67 

Totals $15,853 53 $10,016 77 



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Agriculture: 

Board of Agriculture $3,771 36 $3,053 77 

Cattle CJommisBloners 1,790 41 2,2S4 51 

Testing eatae 3,664 97 1,496 83 

Animals killed by arder of Cattle Com'rs 12, 646 58 20, 289 75 

Totals $21,873 32 $27,066 86 

Public Health: 

Board of Health $5,091 61 $1,937 87 

Laboratory of Hygiene 10,229 46 10,957 65 

Totals $15,321 07 $12,895 52 

BaUroad Oommissioners $4,866 40 $2,984 61 

State Highway Commissioner 1, 633 93 756 63 

Special Commissions: 

Antietam Battle Field Commissioners $2,048 47 

Highway Commissioners 1,235 00 $2,550 00 

Commissioners Taxes, Towns and Gores 212 60 165 62 

Boundary Line Commissioners 40 70 

Bar £>xamination Committee : 23 95 57 23 

Commission to inyestigate double taxation. . . . 510 98 

Digest Commission 526 65 

Totals $4,58836 $2,772 85 

•State Board of Pharmacy $621 64 $372 73 

Fish and Game: 

Fish and Game Commissioners $3, 110 36 $1, 616 81 

Fish Hatchery at Roxbury 2,151 27 2,456 57 

Fish Hatchery at Swanton 1,499 87 99 08 

Fish net bounties 70 00 7 50 

Moieties under Fish and Game Law 135 00 78 00 

Totals $6,966 50 $4,257 96 

Noxious Animal bounties $3,398 60 $3,258 20 

Moieties under Liquor Law 101 25 27 50 

Soldiers' Home $8,005 00 $9,000 00 

Deceased Veterans. 1,438 93 1,370 67 

Pensions 240 00 240 00 

Dairyman's Association 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Maple Sugar Maker's Association 500 00 500 00 

Feeding stuffs, inspection expenses 1,539 70 1,413 52 

Fertilizer Control 1,900 00 900 00 

County Commissioners 925 21 745 77 

Presidential electors 54 06 

Old Home Week Association 328 25 171 75 

•No expense to state. 

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Administration of Justice: 

Judges of the Supreme Court |23, 638 80 |24,001 88 

Rei)orter of Decisions 1,494 21 

Supreme Court 2,078 59 815 85 

•County Courts 124, 179 29 104,719 40 

•Burlington City Court 4, 155 83 5,095 49 

State's Attorneys 12, 102 11 14,455 35 

Counsel for state 4,516 68 2,345 64 

Counsel for respondents 4,457 93 2,947 62 

Expert evidence V. S., sections 1983 and 1596. 252 05 138 50 

Autopsies under V. S., section 1984 75 00 88 42 

Serv. process, not includ. in sheriff's accts 1,185 44 927 40 

Detective service 651 75 460 57 

City and Municipal Judges 1,050 00 612 50 

IM-obutlon officers 555 25 482 72 

CoiiiiiiisKloners of Jail Delivery 60 26 12 58 

Totals $178,968 98 $158,598 13 

tProbate Courts , $23,209 75 $17,961 20 



SUMMARY. 

The following summaj-J^edK .cpwparailve statement of the expenses 
of tlie stat4j for the two preceding fiscal years contains only such 
accounts as are an expeus^ .tp .the. Atate. The Item of legislative ex- 
pense is derived largely from the books of the State Treasurer. The 
item of interest and the item of state pay to certain soldiers are derived 
wholly from the books of the State Treasurer. No account is made of 
taxes which are received by the State Treasurer and by him reap- 
portioned to the various municipalities of the state. 

Executive Department $2, 882 99 $3. 758 30 

Stato Treasurer 2,184 66 2,180 80 

Secretary of State 1,952 16 1,745 U5 

Auditor of Accounts 2,668 64 2,910 64 

Insurance Department 2,467 24 2,346 38 

Coniinisslouer of Statti Taxes 1,577 01 1,650 10 

Sergeant-at-Arms 7,544 50 6,234 20 

State Geologist 670 07 1.053 47 

Curator of Cabinet 577 86 634 83 

?ll"^*t^^°*^ 57,957 40 57.760 23 

Libraries 3.725 12 4.157 34 

J^*"tary 25,358 48 26,065 46 

i?8**^« 158.717 65 168,622 28 

f®°f\ •• 31.298 87 22,248 47 

Legislative expense 61,979 83 

Special approprlaUon 11,104 04 722 50 

Soldiers' claims 174 28 

A^l"?,? ••; • 15,853 53 ^"10.016 77 

P^.Hoi "li*, 21.873 32 27.066 86 

K^^o^^n*^ "r\ 15.32107 12.895 52 

Railroad Commissioners 4,866 40 2 984 61 

State Highway Commissioners l! 633 93 756 63 

Special Commissions 4.588 35 2.772 85 

Fish and Game 6,966 50 4.257 96 

Noxious animals 3,393 eo 3.258 20 

♦Net expense. 

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AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS. 201 

Moieties under Liquor Law 1101 25 $27 50 

•Soldiers* Home 8,005 00 9,000 00 

Deceased veterans 1,438 93 1,370 67 

Pensions 240 00 240 00 

Dairyman's Association 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Mapie Sugar Makers' Association 50000 50000 

County Commissioners 925 21 745 77 

Presidential Electors 54 06 

Old Home Weelt Association 328 25 171 75 

Administration of Justice 178, 958 98 158, 598 13 

Totals 1638,712 90 $537,928 44 

Interest 24,727 37 27,724 13 

State pay to certain soldiers 70 4 66 

Totals $663,440 97 $565,657 23 

No actual expense to the state: 

Inspector of Finance. 
Board of Pharmacy. 
Feeding Stuffs Inspection. 
Probate CJourts. 

The books of the State Treasurer show the net liabilities of the 
state at the close of the two preceding fiscal years to have been as 

follows: 

June 30, 1901 * $317,742 35 

June 30, 1902 46,871 64 



In the last four fiscal years the indebtedness of the state has 
decreased from $517,398.57 to $46,871.64. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ORION M. BARBER. 

Auditor of Accounts. 

•Net expense. 



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ABSTRAC5T OF EXPENSES FOR FOUR YEARS. 

For conyenieDce of reference the following table has been made, 

Bhowing in condensed form the expenses of the state for the four 
preceding fiscal years. 

1898 and 1899 and 1900 and 1901 and 

1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 
Executive Department: 

Governor $2,725 29 $1,634 04 $1,780 36 $1,772 70 

Lieut-Governor 7 50 

Sec. Civ. & Mil. Aff . . 1,010 40 343 11 537 87 200 00 

Executive clerk 114 00 200 00 500 00 20O 00 

Spec. exec, expenses. 139 74 1,802 99 57 27 1,585 60 

$3,990 03 $3,960 14 $2,882 90 $3,758 30 



State Treasurer $2,396 26 $2,066 81 $2,184 66 $2,180 80 

Secretary of State. . . 1,952 85 1,877 99 1,952 16 1,745 95 

Auditor of Accounts. 2,725 94 2,463 15 2,668 64 2,910 64 

Insurance Dept 6,518 22 3,876 36 2,467 24 2,346 38 

Com'r of State Taxes 1,652 99 1.435 00 1,577 01 1,650 10 

♦Insp. of Finance... 1,418 70 1,542 25 1,450 41 1,373 73 

Sergeant-at-Arms ... 5,442 01 3,839 76 7,544 50 6,234 20 

State Geologist 53© 67 397 63 670 07 1,053 47 

Curator of Cabinet. . 653 97 266 25 577 86 634 83 

Educational: 

State Supt. of Ed.. . 3,654 60 3,527 59 3,483 49 8,784 38 
Univ. of Vt. and St 

Ag. College 14, 130 00 14, 130 00 14, 130 00 14, 130 OO 

Middlebury CoUege.. 2,400 00 2,400 00 2,400 00 2,400 OO 

Norwich University. 4,200 00 7,800 00 4,200 00 6,000 OO 

Normal Sch. Oom'rs. 899 68 888 86 835 31 1,087 11 

Normal Schools 18,000 00 15,000 00 17,107 96 16,444 53 

Teachers' Institutes. 87 88 84 50 201 35 278 31 

Summer Schools 1,733 68 1,449 15 746 35 1,174 4T 

Inst. Deaf, Dumb, 

Blind and Feeble . 

Minded 6,428 53 8.065 15 9,80153 8,583 6T 

County examiners... 3,773 47 3,889 79 4,901 41 3,877 T5 
App. under Vt Stat, 

section 625 40 00 

$55,307 84 $57,235 04 $57,957 40 $57,760 2a 
•No cost to state. 

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AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS. 203 

ISdSand 18d9and 1900 and 1901 and 

Lihrarles: 1899. 1900. 11901. 1902. 

State Librarian $262 50 $350 00 $437 50 $350 00 

Asst. State Librarian 1,067 23 1,059 00 1,000 00 1,000 00 

State Library 4,044 42 1, 439 65 719 63 1, 720 00 

Library Com'rs 276 26 194 41 435 43 214 87 

Town libraries 500 00 1,300 00 900 00 300 00 

Trareling libraries . . 230 56 572 47 

$6,170 41 $4,343 66 $3,723 12 $4,157 34 

Military: 

MiUtary expend $13,244 64 $21,735 71 $23,650 43 $24,307 40 

Adj. & Ina. Gen'L. . . 1,726 26 1.273 67 573 93 

Qnartermaster-Genw. 979 18 669 14 960 80 

Adj. Ins. & Quarter- 
master-Gen 623 32 1,696 06 

Totals $15,960 06 $23,878 52 $25,358 48 $26,065 46 

Inune: 

Sop're of the Insane. $1,019 23 $1,478 97 $1,319 00 $1,488 16 

Tros. Yt. H. for Ins. 66506 666 31 90569 62390 

Vt. Hos. for Insane. 115,126 61 106,496 46 113.586 67 115,245 48 

Brattleboro Retreat. 14,607 67 19,518 27 42.904 29 51,264 74 

Totals $131,416 97 $126,160 01 $158,717 65 $168,622 28 

Penal: 

Board of Visitors . . $50 00 $64 34 $24 48 $83 23 

Prison Com'rs 235 02 458 53 149 30 

I>:r. S. P. & H. of C. 793 53 724 12 562 71 356 88 

State Prison 10,979 90 2,623 22 375 22 

•Honse of Cor 22,597 29 5,701 21 4,467 96 

Tnis. Vt Ind. Sch.. . 403 79 380 37 325 90 301 38 

Vt, Ind. School 20,343 35 19,809 34 22.836 07 22,530 46 

Totals $55.167 86 $26,934 40 $31,298 87 $23,798 47 

* The House of Ck>rrection shows a net gain 
to the state for the fiscal year ending June 

30, 1902, of $1,550 1,550 00 

$22,246 47 

Legislative expenses. $67,625 03 $1,479 20 $61,979 63 

Special app. 1896. ... $9, 101 00 $10, 526 39 

Special app. 1900. ... $11,104 04 $722 50 

Soldiers' claims - 10. 352 72 779 90 174 28 

Printing: 

C4^m'rs St. Printing.. $494 08 $246 24 

Public printing 12,729 17 $3,928 67 12, (M7 18 $9,834 10 

Prom. pub. acts 1.304 53 20 00 3,560 11 182 67 

Totals $14,527 78 $3.948 67 $15.853 53 $10. 016 77 

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1898 and 1899 and 1900 and 1901 and 

Agriculture: 899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 

B*d of Agriculture. .. $2,546 87 $3,374 98 $3,771 36 $3,053 77 

Cattle Com'rs 1,401 14 1,126 52 1,790 41 2,224 51 

Testing, cattie 3,323 63 3,877 25 3,664 97 1,498 83 

Animals killed by 

ord. Oat. Com'rs... 3,475 50 4,399 75 12,646 58 20,289 75 

Totals $10,747 14 $12,778 50 $21,873 32 $27,066 86 

Public Health: 

Board of Health.... $2,673 99 $1,978 30 $5,091 61 $1,937 87 

Lab. of Hygiene. .. . 10,276 48 7,502 32 10,229 46 10,957 65 

Totals $12,950 47 $9,480 62 $15,32107 $12,895 52 

Railroad Com'rs $4,517 20 $1,797 90 $4,866 40 $2,984 61 

St. H'way Com'r 1,633 93 756 03 

Special Commissions: 

Ant' tarn B. F. Cms. . $2,(M8 47 

H'way Com'rs $1,205 21 $1,375 00 1,235 00 $2,550 00 

Comrs. T., T. & G. . . 207 92 87 40 212 60 165 02 

B'ndary Line Cmrs. . 50 87 64 62 40 70 

Bar Ex. Committee. . 126 00 23 95 57 23 

Com. inv. dbl. tax'n. 132 20 283 00 510 98 

Digest Commission . . 526 65 

Totals $1,596 20 $1,936 02 $4,588 35 $2.772 85 

♦St. Bd. of Pharmac. $393 66 $181 03 $521 54 $372 73 

Fish and Game: 

F. & G. Com'rs $2,264 77 $1,607 52 $3,110 36 $1,616 81 

Fish hatchery 2,24163 1,607 74 2,15127 2,456 57 

S wanton flsh hat'ry. 1,499 87 99 (KS 

Fish net bounties 195 00 63 00 70 00 7 r»0 

Moieties under Fi^h 

and Game Law... 326 50 464 78 135 00 78 0(> 

Totals $5,027 90 $3,743 04 $6,966 50 $4,257 Oi» 

Nox. animals, b'nties $235 10 $2,722 40 $3,393 TiO $3,258 20 
Moieties under Liq- 
uor Law 28 75 12 50 101 25 27 r*<> 

Soldiers' Home $13,325 00 $10,020 00 $8,005 00 $9,000 OO 

Deceased Vet S>1 75 1,010 50^ 1,438 93 1,370 B7 

Pensions 240 00 240 00 240 00 240 OO 

Dairyman's Ass'n . . 1,000 00 1,000 00 1,000 00 1,000 00 
Maple Sugar Mak- 
er's Ass'n 500 00 500 00 500 00 50O OO 

Feed'g Stuffs, In. ex. 564 85 537 21 1,539 70 1,413 IS2 

Fertilizer control ... 1,800 00 1,800 00 1,900 00 90O OO 

County Com'rs 917 73 714 94 925 21 745 77 

Presidential elec ... 54 06 
Old Home Week 

Apsociatlon 328 25 171 7t> 

Peddlers' licenses . . 465 00 

♦No expense to state. 

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AUDITOR OP ACCOUNTS. 205 

1898 and 1899 and 1900 and 1901 and 

1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 

Administration of Justice: 

Judge of Supreme Ct. |22,831 43 ^24,505 76 $23,638 80 $24,001 88 

Rep'fr of Decisions. 850 00 425 00 1,494 21 

Supreme Court 2.078 59 815 85 

tCounty Courts 112,555 24 120,080 43 124,179 29 104,719 40 

tBurlington City Ct. 3,614 71 2,433 32 4,155 83 5,095 49 

State's Attorneys. .. . 12,758 46 13,913 35 12,102 11 14,455 35 

Counsel for state 1,026 02 2,261 47 4,516 68 2,345 64 

Counsel for respts... 2,524 33 3,803 85 4,457 93 2,947 62 
Exp. evidence, Vt. St, 

sections 1983, 1595 

and 1596 18150 24141 252 05 138 50 

Autopsies under Vt 

St., sec. 1984 75 00 25 00 75 00 88 42 

Serv. proc. (not Incl. 

In slierirs accts). . 405 00 653 52 1,185 44 927 40 

Detective service. 957 62 693 73 651 75 460 57 

City and mun. judges 600 00 1,200 00 1,050 00 612 50 

Probation officers. ... 172 68 555 25 482 72 

Com'rs Jafl Del 36 14 11 76 60 26 12 58 

Totals $168,405 44 $170,421 18 $178,958 98 $158,598 13 

•Probate Courts $16,967 64 $15,867 80 $23,209 75 $17.96120 



SUMMARY. 

The following comparative summary of tlie expenses of the state 
for the four preceding fiscal years is taken from the bool^s in the 
Auditor's office, except the items of legislative expense, interest and 
pay to certain soldiers which are taken wholly or in part from the 
books of the State Treasurer. Taxes received and reapportioned by 
him are not shown: 

1898 and 1899 and 1900 and 1901 and 
1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 

Executive Dept $3, 090 03 $3, 900 14 $2, 882 99 $3, 758 30 

State Treasurer 2.398 26 2,066 81 2,184 66 2,180 80 

Secretary of State... 1,9.52 a5 1,877 99 1,9.52 16 1.74.5^5 

Auditor of Accounts. 2,725 94 2.403 15 2,668 64 2,910 64 

Insurance Dept 6,518 22 3,876 36 2,467 24 2,846 38 

Com'r of St. Taxes.. 1,6.52 99 1,435 00 1..577 01 l.ajO 10 

Sergeant-at- Arms ... 5 , 442 01 3 , 839 76 7 , .^44 .50 6 . 234 20 

State Geologist 539 67 397 63 670 07 l.a53 47 

Curator of Cabinet. . 653 97 266 25 577 86 aS4 83 

Educational 56,307 84 67,235 04 57,457 40 57,760 22 

Libraries 6,170 41 4,343 66 3,723 12 4,157 34 

Military 15,950 08 23,878 52 25,358 48 26,065 46 

Insane 131 , 418 97 128, 160 01 158, 717 65 168, 622 1^8 

Penal 55,167 86 26,934 40 31,29887 22,248 47 

I^egislative expense. 67,625 03 1,479 20 61,979 83 

Special approp'ns. .. 9,101 00 10,. 526 39 11,104 04 722 .50 

Soldiers' claims 10,352 72 779 90 174 28 

Printing 14. .527 78 3, 948 67 15, 853 53 10, 016 77 

Agricultural 10, 747 14 12 , 778 50 21 . 873 32 27 , 066 86 

Public health 12 , 950 47 9 , 480 62 15 , 321 07 12 . »).5 .52 



•Fees collected exceed these amounts. 
tNet expense. 



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1898 and 1890 and 1900 and 1901 and 

1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 

Railroad Com'rs $4,617 23 $1,797 90 $4,806 40 $2,984 61 

State H'way Com'r.. 1,633 93 75G 63 

Special commissions. 1,596 20 1,936 02 4,588 35 2,772 85 

Fisli and Game 5,027 90 3,743 04 6,966 50 4,257 96 

Noxious animals.... 235 10 2,722 40 3,393 60 3,258 20 
Moieties under Liq- 

our Laws 28 75 12 50 101 25 27 50 

Soldiers* Home 13,325 00 10,020 00 8,005 00 9,000 00 

Deceased veterans.. 851 75 1,010 50 1,438 93 1,370 67 

Pensions 240 00 240 00 240 00 240 00 

Dairyman's Ass'n. . . 1,000 00 1,000 00 1,000 00 1,000 00 
Maple Sugar Makers* 

Ass'n 50000 50000 50000 500 00 

County Com'rs 917 73 714 94 925 21 745 77 

Presidential electors. 54 06 

Old Home Week As'n 328 25 171 75 

Admin, of justice... 158,405 44 170,42118 178,958 98 158,598 13 

Totals $601,838 34 $493,846 48 $638,712 90 $537,928 44 

Interest 31,034 36 35,155 64 24,727 37 27,724 13 

State pay to certain 

soldiers 17 49 12 86 70 4 66 



$632,890 19 $529,014 48 $663,440 97 $565,657 23 



The books of the State Treasurer show the net liabilities of the 
state for the four preceding fiscal years as follows: 

June 30, 1899 $517,398 57 

June 30, 1900 204,713 14 

June 30, 1901 317,742 35 

June 30, 1902 46,871 64 



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INDEX* 



A. PJLGB 

Addison CJounty, Clerk 128-132 

Addison County, Commissioner 122 

Addison County, Examiner 104 

Addison County, Jailer 129-132 

Addison County, Sheriff 129-132 

Addison County, State's Attorney 181 

Adjutant and Inspector General. ; 107 

Adjutant, Inspector and Quartermaster General 107 

Agriculture, Board of 115 

Antietam Battle Commissioners 125 

Assignment of Counsel 184-185 

Auditor of Accounts 99 

Autopsies 185 

B. 

Bacteriological Laboratory 117 

Bar, Eixamination Expenses 119 

Barre (Town) and Williamstown Union School 103 

Beneaciaries, State 122 

Bennington County, Clerk 132-134 

Bennington County, Commissioner 123 

Bennington County, Examiner 104 

Bennington County, Jailer 133-134 

Bennington County, Sheriff 133-134 

Bennington County, State's Attorney 181 

Board of Agriculture 115 

Board of Health 116-117 

Board of Visitors 109 

Boundary Line Commission 118 

Bounties, Fish Net 121 

Bounties, Noxious Animals 121 

Brattleboro Retreat 109 

Brattleboro Retreat, Statement of Account 81-97 

Burlington City Court 176 

O. 

Caledonia County, Clerk 135-138 

Caledonia County, Commissioner 123 

Caledonia County, Elxamlner 104 

Caledonia Coun^, Jailer 135-138 

Caledonia County, Sheriff 135-138 

Caledonia County, State's Attorney 181 

Cattle Commissioners 116 

Cattle Killed 116 

Cattle Testing 116 

Chittenden County, Clerk 139-141 

Chittenden County, Commissioner 123 

Chittenden County, Examiner 104 

Chittenden County, Jailer 139-141 

Chittenden County, Sheriff 139-141 

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Chittenden County, State's Attorney 182 

City Court, Burlington 176 

City and Municipal Judges. 185 

Civil and Military Affairs, Secretary of 98 

Commission to Establish Boundary Line 118 

Commissioner of State Taxes 100 

Commissioner, State Highway 118 

Commissioners, Highway 118 

Commissioners, Fish and Game 120 

Commissioners, Jail Delivery 186 

Commissioners, Railroad 117 

Commissioners, Railroad, Clerk of 117 

Commissioners, State Printing 114 

Commissioners Taxes Unorganissed Towns and Gores 118 

Commissioners to Investigate Double Taxation lid 

Condensed Abstract of Exi;>enses for Four Years 197-206 

County Commissioners 122-123 

County Examiners 104-105 

Curator of Cabinet 101 

D. 

Dairyman's Association 122 

Deceased Veterans 122 

Detective Service 185 

Digest Commission « 125 

Directors, State Prison and House of Correction 110 

E. 

Education, Superintendent of 102 

Electors, Presidential 124 

Essex County. Clerk 142-144 

Essex County, Commissioner 12a 

Essex County, Examiner 104 

Essex County, JaUer 142-144 

Essex County, Sheriff 142-144 

Essex County, State's Attorney 182 

Executive Clerk 98 

Executive Department 98 

Executive Expenses 99 

Expenses For Four Years, Abstract of 197-200 

Expenses of Testing Cattle IIB 

Exiieriment Station 124 

Experiment Station (feeding stuffs Inspection expenses) 124 

Experiment Station (fertilizer control) 124 

Exi>ert Evidence 185- 

F. 

Feeding Stuffs Expenses 124 

Fertilizer Control 124 

Fish and Game Commissioners 120 

Fish Hatchery, Roxbury 120 

Fish Hatchery, Swanton 120 

Fish Net Bounties 121 

Franklin County, Clerk 145-14T 

Franklin County, Commissioner 12^ 

Franklin County, Examiner .. .'. 104^ 

Franklin County, Jailer 145-14T 

Franklin Ck)unty, Sheriff 145-14T 

Franklin County, State's Attorney 182 



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G. PAOir 

Geologist, State 101 

Governor 98^ 

Grand Isle County, Clerk 148-150 

Grand Isle County, Ehcaminer 104 

Grand Isle County, Jailer 148-150 

Grand Isle County, Sheriff 148-150 

Grand Isle County, State's Attorney 182 

H. 

Health, Board of 116-117 

Highway Commissioners 118 

Highway Commissioners, State 118 

House of Correction 110-111 

Hygiene, Laboratory of IIT 

I. 

Industrial School Ill 

Industrial School, Trustees of Ill 

Insane Hospital 108-109 

Insane Hospital, Trustees of 108 

Insane, Supervisors of 108 

Insurance Commissionera 100 

Inspector of Finance 100 

Institutes, Teachers 103 

Instruction for Deaf, Dumb, Blind and Feeble-Minded 103 

J. 

Judges of Supreme Court 12& 

L. 

laboratory of Hygiene 117 

Lamoille County, Clerk 150-153 

T/amoille County, Commissioner — 123 

Lamoille County, Examiner 104 

Lamoille County, Jailer 161-154 

Umoille County, Sheriff 151-154 

Lamoille County, State's Attorney 182 

T^gislatlTe Expenses 111-112 

Lieutenant Governor '. 98 

Library, State 106 

Library Commissioners 106 

Libraries, Town 106 

Libraries, Traveling 107 

Librarian, State 106 

Librarian, State, Assistant 106 

M. 

Maple Sugar Makers' Association 122 

Middlebory College 102 

Military Expenditures 107 

Moieties imder Fish and Game Law 121 

Moieties under Liquor Law 121 

N. 

Norwich University 102 

Normal Schools 103 

Normal School Commissioners 102 

Noxious Animal Bounties 121 

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Orange County, Clerk 154-158 

Orange County, Commissioner 123 

Orange County, Examiner 105 

Orange County, Jailer 155-157 

Orange County, Sheriff 154-157 

Orange County, State's Attorney 183 

Orleans County, Clerk 158-161 

Orleans County, Commissioner 123 

Orleans County, ii^aminer 105 

Orleans County, Jailer 150-162 

Orleans County, Sheriff 158-161 

Orleans County, State's Attorney 183 

Old Home Week Association 125 

Orders drawn by Auditor to June 30, 1901 15-48 

Orders drawn by Auditor to June 30, 1902 49-80 

P. 

Tensions 122 

Pharmacy, Board of 119 

Presidential Electors 124 

Printing Commissioners 114 

Prison Commissioners 109 

Prison, State 110 

Promulgating Public Acts 115 

Probate Districts 187-196 

Pi-obatlon Officers 186 

Public Printing 114-115 

Q. 

Quartermaster General 107 

Hailroad Commissioners 117 

Kailroad Commissioners, Clerk of 117 

Recapitulations 179-180 

Reporter of Decisions 126 

Roxbury Fish Hatchery 120 

Rutland County, Clerk *. 162-164 

Rutland County, Commissioner 123 

Rutland County, Examiner 105 

Rutland County, Sheriff 162-164 

Rutland County, State's Attorney 183 

S. 

Schools, Apportionment under V. S. No. 625 103 

Schools, Normal 103 

Schools. Summer 103 

Secretary of Civil and Military Affairs 98 

Secretary of State 99 

Secretary Board of Agriculture 115 

Sergeant at Arms 101 

Service of Process 185 

Soldiers' Home 121-122 

Soldiers' Claims 114 

Special Appropriations 113-114 

Special Appropriations, Bennington County 176 



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PAoa 

Sute Treasurer 99 

State Geologrist 101 

State Beneficiaries 122 

State Prison 110 

State Prison Directors 110 

State Highway Commissioner 118 

State Board of Pharmacy 119 

State Library 106 

State Pish Hatchery, Boxbnry 120 

State Fish Hatchery, Bwantcm 120 

Summaries 176-179 

Supreme Court 126-128 

Supreme Court Judges 125 

Superintendent of Education 102 

Supervisors of Insane 108 

T. 

Teachers Institutes 103 

TeJiting Cattle 116 

Town Libraries 106 

Trareling Libraries 107 

Treasurer, State 99 

Trustees, Insane Hospital 108 

Trustees, Vermont Industrial School Ill 

U. 

Tnion Schools 103 

rnlrersity of Vermont 102 

V. 

Vfimont Dairyman's Association 122 

Vermont Hospital for Insane 108-109 

Vermont Industrial School Ill 

Veterans, Deceased 122 

W. 

Washington County, Clerk 165-168 

Washington County, Commissioner 123 

Washington Coimty, Examiner 105 

Washington County, Jailer 165-168 

Washington County, Sheriff 165-168 

Washington County, Staters Attorney 183 

Windham County, Clerk 169-172 

Windham County, Commissioner 123 

Windham County, Examiner 105 

Windham County. Jailer . , 169-172 

Windham County. Sheriff 169-172 

Windham County, State's Attorney 184 

Windsor County. Clerk 17^-175 

Windsor County, Commissioner 123 

Windsor County, Examiner 105 

Windsor County, Jailer 173-175 

Windsor County, Sheriff 173-175 

Windsor Cotmly, State's Attorney 184 

Williamstown and Barre (Town) Union School las 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



OF THE 



TREASURER 



TO THE 



GENERAL ASSEMBLY 



OF THE 



State of Vermont 



FOR THE TVO YEARS ENDING 



June 30th, 1902. 



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TREASURER'S REPORT^ 



STATE OF VERMONT, 

Treasurer's Office, 
White River Junction, July 1, 1902. 

To the Honorable Senate and House of Representatives: 

Gentlemen: — I have the honor to submit herewith my re- 
port of the operations of this office for the biennial period 
ending Jnne 30, 1902, as required by section 28 of chapter 2 
of the Constitution of Vermont. 

The total cash on hand at the commencement and close 
of the period, and the receipts and disbursements for each 
of the years composing it, are as follows, viz. : 

Cash on hand July 1, 1900 1117,161 20 

Receipts, year ending June 30, 
1901 1,166,808 80 

Total §1,283,970 00 

Disbursements, year ending June 
30, 1901 1,182,410 07 

Cash on hand July 1, 1901 |101,559 93 

Receipts, year ending June 30, 

1902 1,485,088 46 

Total 11,586,648 39 

Disbursements, year ending June 
30, 1902 1,261,679 11 

Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $324,969 28 

From this last amount are jmyable the State school and 
hijrhway taxes, aggregating f 233,639.07, apportioned for dis- 
tribution to the several towns and cities. 

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TEMPORARY LOANS. 

No temporary loans were outstanding at the commence- 
ment ofl the period covered by this report. During the fiscal 
year ending .Tune 30, 1901, 1260,000 was borrowed for the use 
of the State (|110,000 under act of 1898 and tl50,000 under 
act of 1900), of which |160,000 was paid during the same year, 
leaving |100,000 outstanding July 1, 1901. To this balance 
was added in the ensuing year |275,000, but all loans of this 
character were taken up prior to June 30, 1902. The interest 
payments on this class of obligations were: |3,094.51 for the 
first year of the period and |6,741.36 for the second. 

The total expenditures for interest of all descriptions were 
?;24,727.37 and t27,724.13, for the respective fiscal years. 

TRUST FUNDS. 

The deposit under section 4216, Vermont Statutes, by the 
Vermont Life Insurance Company of Burlington (reinsured 
in March, 1900, by the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company 
of New York) is still held with other funds in this office, no 
decision yet having been rendered by the Supreme Court as 
to the right of the reinsuring company to withdraw it. 

CORPORATION TAXES. 

The receipts on this account show considerable increases 
over preceding years, the totals received from the various 
classes of corporations assessed on deposits, appraisal or 
gross earnings for the years ending in 1901 and 1902 being 
|453,543.42and $462,816.62, respectively. The increase in license 
taxes paid (based upon the capital stock or deposit of cor- 
porations doing business in the State) during the year just 
closed is especially noteworthy, the amount received being 
116,418, or over $4,000 more than ever before. For this credit 
is due Hon. J. E. Cushman, Commissioner of State Taxes, 
who has added to the list of corporations chargeable with this 
tax a large number who were never before assessed. 

CLAIMS UNDER NO. 86, ACTS OP 1898. 

No change has occurred in the status of these claims, which 
were presented to the U. S. Government for allowance in 
1900. They consisted of amounts paid members of the First 
Vermont Volunteer Infantry (war with Spain) for medical 
expenses incurred. A measure making provision for the pay- 
ment of medical expenses of officers and enlisted men on 
leave or furlough during the Spanish- American war was 
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closed, but failed to become a law. There is therefore no pros- 
[X'ct at present of receiving reimbursement for the amounts 
expended under this act or No. 73 of the Acts of 1900, which 
extended the provisions of the previous enactment to include 
amounts expended in excess of f 100 in each case. 

Very respectfully, 

JOHN L. BACON, 

State Treasurer. 



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STATE OF VERMONT, 

In Accotmt with John L* Bacon^ Tfeasurer« 

CREDIT. 

Receipts from July 1, 1900, to June 30, 1901. 



ACCOCTST. 



Cash on band and in banks July 1, 1900 

Income, Agrl«altaral College Fund •• 

Income, BeDnington Battle Monument Fund 

From SAYings Banks and Trust Companies, salary and ex- 

penses of Inspector of Finance 

Commercial Fertilizer Companies, license fees 

Insurance Commissioners, fees collected of foreign com- 
panies • 

United States Qovemment : 

Aid to Soldiers' Home • • 

Endowment of Agricultural College 

Account reimbursement for expenses incurred in 

War with Spain 

JudgCH of Probate, fees • 

County Clerks, judgments and balances..... 

Joseph T. Stearns, Clerk Burlington City Court, fines 

and costs 

E. W. Oalces, Superintendent State Prison 

S. A. Andrews, Superintendent Industrial School .... 
D. L. Morgan, Superintendent House of Correction : 

Fines and coHts $3,894 87 

Board of United States prisoners 715 60 

Sales from greenhouse, farm, etc 468 51 

Visitors 40 60 

Mnniifactuiing Department 10,000 00 

Miscellaneous • 114 10 



M. Hutchinson, Superintendent State Hospital for the 
Insane : 

Private patients $3,639 92 

Miscellaneous sales 969 10 

House rents 156 00 

Land damages, Mt. Mansfield Electrio 

Railway Company 857 00 

Insurance 29 93 



Peddlers' licenses : 

O. P. Ray, County Clerk 

H. B. Cushman, County Clerk.. 
W. P. Davis, County Clerk ..., 
J. H. Merrifield, County Clerk . 
J. R. Pember, County Clerk.-.. 
M. E. Smilie, County Clerk — 



$30 00 

30 00 

30 00 

15 00 

120 00 

150 00 



Collateral Inheritance Taxes 

License Tax of 1901 and arrears of previous years.. .. 

Corporation Taxes. 

Charter fees under $ 1, No. 19, Acts of 1898 

Secretary of State, Charter fees under $ 2, No. 19, Acts 
of 1898 



Amount. 



$117,161 20 

8,13C 00 

32 17 

1,555 53 
900 00 

8,372 25 

3,692 67 
25,000 00 

2,248 85 
26,714 53 
1'5,026 18 

3,224 73 

21,127 41 

900 00 



15,233 58 



5,151 95 



375 OO 

50,758 14 

12,385 00 

453,543 42 

1,295 00 

2,800 00 



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Receipts, July 1, 1900, to Jane 80, lOOl. 



ACCOUNT. 



From Towns : 

BalADoe of State Tax of 1899 

Balance of State School Tax of 1900 

Balance of State Highway Tax of 1900 

State School Tax of 1901 

State Highway Tax of 1901 

United States deposit money, for redistribation on 

census of 1900 

Excess profit on liqaor agency salesi year ending 

February, 1901 

Aoeoont highways and bridges, under $ 8364-70, 
Vermont Statutes : 

Snnderland $500 00 

Jamaica 37 50 

Temporary loans, Act of 1898 

Temporary loans. Act of 1900 

Interest on bank balances, etc 

Sundries, tis.: 

Board of Agriculture, lines for unlawful 

importation of cattle $ 35 00 

Board of Dental Examiners, fees &4 75 

Board of Phnrmacy, fees 812 00 

Joseph L. Hills, Director Agricaltural 
Experiment Station, inspection tax on 

feeding stnffs 1,442 60 

W. H. Gilmore, Q. M. O., repayment ao- 

conot military expenditnres 810 81 

T« C. Phinney, Sergeant-at-Arms, sales: 
Carpets, $2; dock, $2.50; Inmber 
$3.50; engine, $50; lantern, $3.... 61 00 
D. W. Hyde, overpayment by Auditor's 

order No. 3798 247 60 

Charles L. Howe, overpayment by Audi- 
tor's order No. 4982 3 86 

Capt. B. H. Stiokney, milltaiy fines 32 00 

A. M. Allbe, guardian Rachel M. Smead, 
part reimbursement for money expended 
m supporting her at Brattleboro Retreat 85 42 
J. W. Titcomb, Fish and Game Com* 
missionnr: 

Saleofoldnet $ 5 

Seine licenses under $ 4600, 

Vermont Statutes 690 

695 00 

County Clerks, for auctioneers' licenses : 

H. B. Cushman 9 00 

J. H.Merrifleld 36 00 

O. P. Ray 9 00 

M. E. Smilie 81 00 

J. R. Pember 45 00 

Unexpended balances of appropriations: 
Directors State Prison, account elec- 
tric lif;ht plant under No. 148, Acts 

of 1898 537 81 

Normal School Commissioners, ac- 
count Randolph Normal School •... 142 04 



A moon t. 



$4,412 79 

2,065 82 

2,065 82 

88,621 81 

88,621 81 

42,055 27 

8,012 77 



537 50 
110,000 00 
160,000 00 

788 72 



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Receipts, July 1, lOOO, to Jane 30, 1001. 



ACOOUKT. 



Amount. 



From Sandriesi viz.: 

Uoexpeocled balanoes of appropriations : 
Board of Health, accoant Laboratory 

of Hygiene $10 29 

Forepangh dt Sells Bros.' circnsi 
license 1,000 00 



$6,160 08 



$1,283»970 00 



DEBIT. 

Dishnrsements from July 1, 1900, to Jane 30, 1901. 



ACCOITKT. 



Paid UnlTersity of Vermont and State Agrlonltnral College, 

United States endowment of agricnltnral colleger .... 

George F. Graves, Treasurer, income Bennington Battle 

Monument Fund • • 

Interest : 

On registered loan of 1910 $8,180 00 

On temporary loans • 3,094 51 

On Huntington Fund, to towns 12,663 42 

On United States deposit money, to towns 839 44 



Temporary loans, Aot of 1898 

Temporary loans, Act of 1900 

Arrears of State pay, Act of 1861 

Extra State pay. Aot of 1898 : 

On claims filed prior to July 1, 1900 $328 01 

On claims filed during current year 124 35 



Amonnts advanced to soldiers under No. 71, Acts of 1900 
Towns: 

Distribution of State School Tax of 1900 

Distribution of State Highway Tax of 1900 

Redistribution of Uoited States deposit money on 

census of 1900 

Debentures of Greneral Assembly, session of 1900 

Auditor's orders : 

To Treasurer Soldiers' Home, United 
States aid $3,692 67 

On miscellaneous accounts 687 , 265 97 

Cash on hand and in banks June SO, 1901 



Amoaot. 



$26,000 00 
32 17 



24,727 37 

110,000 00 

50,000 00 

70 



852 36 

530 84 

87,805 89 
88,305 45 

49,891 25 
54,805 40 



690,958 64 
101,559 93 



$1,283,970 00 



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LEDOKft LIABILITIES. 

Due to towns, United States deposit money 

Dae to towns, 5 per cent School Tax of 1901 

Due to towns, balance 6 per cent Highway Tax of 
1900 $ 11 38 

Dae to towns, 6 per cent Highway Tax of 1900 88,621 81 



Temporary loans, Act of 19G0 

Registered loan of 1910 (Agrioaltural College Fund) . . 

Total ledger liabilities 

Deduct ledger assets: Cash on hand and in banks. 



Excess of liabilities over assets July 1, 1901, as shown by 
Treasurer's books 



SOURCES 09 revenue VOB THB FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 1901, 
TO JUNE 30, 1902. 

state Tax of 15 eento on grand list of 1901, estiaiated 

Corporation Taxes, estimated 

Collateral Inheritance Tax, estimated 



LIABILITIES PAYABLE DURING THE YEAR. 

Dae to soldiers, War of 1861-6, nnpaid balances.— $8,028 72 
Due to soldiers, War with Spain, nnpaid balances 

on clwms filed to date 61 75 

Unpaid Auditor's orders 8,139 

Excess of ledger liabilities over assets, 

aealM>ve $317,742 85 

Less registered loan due 1910 135,600 00 

182,242 35 



$6,547 28 
88,621 81 



88,633 19 
100,000 00 
136,500 00 



$419,302 28 
101,659 93 



$317,742 35 



$265,000 00 

426,000 00 

36,000 00 



$726;000 00 



Balance available for the payment of onrrent expenses of the 
fiseal year, Jnly 1, 1901, to June 80, 1902 



198,465 70 



$526,634 30 



Pursoant to sections 292/ 303 and 304 of Vermont Statutes, 
the nnderslgned have examined the books, papers and items 
of account kept by John L. Bacon, Treasurer of the State of 
Vermont, relating to the finances of the State, from July 1, 
1900, to June 30, 1901, inclusive, and find them correct and 
sustained by proper vouchers. 

We have also examined the several securities held by the 
said Treasurer, belonging to the Agricultural College fund, 
the funds deposited by the National Life Insurance Company 
and the Vermont Life Insurance Company, the Bennington 
battle monument fund, the Huntington fund, and the deposit 
of the Connecticut Building and Loan Association, and find 
the same correctly set forth in the statement thereof upon his 
books and the schedules hereto attached. 



Treasurer's OflBce, 

White River Junction 

July 10, 1901. 



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ORION M. BARBER, 

Auditor of Accounts. 
FREDERICK S. PLATT, 

Inspector of Finance. 



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STATE OF VERMONT. 

In Account with John L. Bacon, Trbasurbse. 

CREDIT. 
Receipts from July 1, 1901, to June 30, 1902. 



ACCOUNT. 



Cash on hand and in banks Jnly 1, 1901 

Income, Agricultural College Fund 

Income, Benninfi^ton Battle Monument Fund 

From Savings Banks and Trust Companies, salary aud ex- 
penses of Inspector of Finance 

Commercial Fertilizer Companies, license fees 

Insurance Commissioners, fees collected of foreign oom> 

paniee ..••••.•.....••...... 

United States Government : 

Aid to Soldiers' Home • 

Endowment of Agricultural College 

Account reimbursement for ezpeuses incurred in 

War with Spain 

Judges of Probate, fees 

County Clerks: 

Judgments and balances. ..••• ••••• • 

Peddlers' licenses: 

A. F. Nichols, Caledonia Co $210 00 

Orman P. Ray, Chittenden Co. 60 00 

W. P. Davis, Franklin Co 60 00 

H. B. Cushman. Orleans Co. 75 00 

M. £. Smilie, Washington Co 185 00 



Auctioneers' licenses : 

A. F. Nichols Caledonia Co.... 
H. A. Harnian, Rutland Co.... 
M. E. Smilie, Washington Co.. 
J. H. Merrifield, Windham Co. 



$45 00 

27 00 

36 00 

900 



Joseph T. Steams, Clerk Burlington City Court, fines 
and costs 

E. W. Oakes, Snperintendent State Prison 

S. A. Andrews, Superintendent Industrial School. ... 

D. L. Morgan, Superintendent House of Correction : 

Fines and costs $4,891 

Manufacturing department 18,500 00 



M. Hutchinson, Snperintendent State Hospital for the 
Insane : 

Private patients $5,717 46 

Misrellaneous sales 1,192 30 

House rents 144 00 



Collateral Inheritance Tax 

License Tax of 1902 and arrears of previous yoars.... 

Corporation Taxes 

Secretory of State, Charter fees under $ 2, No. 19, Acts 

of 1898 

Towns : 

State Tax of 1901 

State School Tax uf 1902 

State Highway Tax of 1902 



AiDoaDt. 



$101,559 93 

8,130 00 

32 17 

1,403 00 
800 00 

7,929 00 

6,844 17 

25,1)00 00 

5,814 70 
15, iy8 50 

30,535 54 



540 00 



117 00 

3,413 38 

26,916 03 

419 56 



23,391 66 



7,053 76 

55,066 77 

16,418 00 

463,816 62 

2,495 00 

268,522 49 
143,211 91» 

89,508 50 



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Receipts, July 1, lOOl, to June 30, 1908. 



ACCOUNT. 



FVom Towns ; 

Excess profit on liqnor agency sales, year ODding 

Febraar^r, 1902 

Account highways and bridges, under i 3364-70, 
Termont Statntes: 

Jamaica $112 50 

Sunderland 500 00 

Woodford 700 00 



Temporary Loans, Act of 1900 

Interraton bank balances, etc 

Joseph L. Hills^ Director Agricultnral Experiment 

Station, iuspeotion tax on feeding staffs.. ... 
Sandries, viz.: 

Board of Ag^cnltare, fines for nnlawf nl 

importation of cattle 

Board of Pharmacy, fees 

W. H. Gilmore, Q. M. G.: 

Repayment aooount military 

expenditures $6172 

Bale of Q. M. supplies 45 22 



$10 00 
128 00 



Albert Worcester, J. P., overpayment by 

Auditor's order No. 5680 

Cant. H. W. Ballard, military fines 

A. M. Allbe, gdn. Rachel M. Smead, part 
reirnhnrnement for money expended in 
snpponing her at Brattleboro Retreat.. 
J. W. Titcomb, Fish and Game Commis- 
sioner: 
Seine licenses under $ 4600, 

V. S $181 00 

Sturgeon licenses under No. 
79, Acts of 1900 60 00 

E. A. Davis, Fish and Game Com- 
missioner : 

White fish license fees $85 00 

Seine license fees 425 00 



106 94 

8 50 

4 00 



29 18 



241 00 



510 00 



W. L. Main's circns, license 1,000 00 

D. P. Peabody, Sheriff Rutland County : 

sale of condemned property 28 50 

FranlLlin County Savings Bank and Trust 
Co.: Costd in State vs. said company, 
Caledonia County, September term, 

1901 15 00 

City of Montnelier, retained under No. 
125, Acts of 1900, ft*om its apportion- 
ments of the State school and highway 

taxes of 1901 ($2SL21 from each) 562 54 

Kormal School Commissioners : 
Unexpended balances of ap- 
propriations : 
Castleton Normal School.... $84 98 
Jbhnson Normal School 20 49 



55 47 



Anioant. 



$2,759 43 



1,312 50 

275,000 00 

611 86 

1,133 70 



2,694 18 



$1,586,648 39 

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DEBIT. 

Disbursements from July 1, 1901, to June 30, 1902. 



ACCOUNT. 



Amount. 



Paid UiiWersity of Yermont and State Agricnltaral Collegei 

United States endowmeDt of agrionitaral colleges 

George F. Graves, Treasarer, Inoome BenniDgton Battle 

Monament Fond 

Interest : 

On registered loan of 1910 $8,130 00 

On temporary loans 6,741 36 

On HuDtington Fand, to towns 12,663 42 

On United States deposit money, to towns. 189 35 



Temporary loans, Act of 1900 • • 

Arrears of State pay. Act of 1861 

Extra State pay. Act of 1898 

Towns ; 

United States deposit money 

Distribution of State school tax of 1901 

Distribution of State highway tax of 1901 

Auditors' orders: 

To Treasurer Soldiers' Home, U. S. aid... $6,844 17 

On misoellaneous aocounts.... 646,872 15 



Cash on hand and in hanks, June 30, 1902. 



UEDQER LIABILITIES. 

Due to towns : 

United States deposit mouey • • ...• 

Eight per cent. School Tax of 1902 

Balance 5 per cent. Highway Tax of 1901 $919 58 

Fivepercent. Highway Tax of 1902 89,507 50 

Registered loan of 1910 (Agricultural College Fund) 

Total ledger liabilities 

Deduct ledger assets: Cash on hand and in banks 

Excess of liabilities over assets July 1, 1902, as shown by 
Treasurer's books. 



$25,000 00 
32 17 



27,724 18 

375,000 00 

4 66 

20 98 

3,845 43 
88,621 81 
87,718 61 



658,716 32 
324,969 28 



$1,586,648 39 



$3,701 85 
143,211 99 



90,427 08 
1&5,500 OO 



$871,840 92 
324,969 28 



$46,871 64 



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EE80URCB8 FOB THE FISCAL TEAR, JULY 1, 1902, TO JT7KE SO, 

1903. 

Cash on hand and in bnnks Jaly 1, 1902 

Corporation Taxes, estimated 

Coliateral Inheritance Tax, estimated 



LIABILITIES PAYABLE DUBINO THB YEAB. 

Dae to soldiers, War of 1861-5, unpaid balances.. $8,024 06 

Dne to soldiers, War with Spain, unpaid balances S3 77 

Unpaid Auditor's orders 42,482 74 

Leclirer liabilities, as above $371,840 92 

1/688 registered loan das 1910.... 135,500 00 

286,840 92 



B;i lance aTailable for the paymentof current expenses of the 
fiscal year, Jaly 1, 1902, to June 30, 1909 



$324,969 28 

450,000 00 

50,000 00 



$824,969 28 



$286,881 49 



$638,087 79 



Pursnant to sections 292, 303 and 304 of Vermont statutes, 
the undersigned have examined the books, papers and items of 
account kept by John L. Bacon, Treasurer of the State of Ver- 
mont, relating to the finances of the State, from July 1, 1901 
to June 30, 1902, inclusive, and find them correct and sus- 
tained by proper vouchers. 

We have also examined the several securities held by the 
said Treasurer, belonging to the Agricultural College fund, 
the funds deposited by the National Life Insurance Company 
and the Vermont Life Insurance Company, the Bennington 
Battle monument fund, and the deposit of the Connecticut 
Building and Loan Association, and find the same correctly 
set forth in the statement thereof upon his books and the 
schedules hereto attached. 

ORION M. BARBER, 

Auditor of Accounts. 



Treasurer's Office, 

White River Junction 

July 11, 1902. 



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FREDERICK S. PLATT, 

Inspector of Finance. 



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MONTHLY TOTALS OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES FOR THE 
FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1901. 



MONTHS. 



July, 1900 

Angust, 1900 

September, 1900 . 
October, 1900 ... 
November, 19Q0 . 
December, 1900 . 
jAnuary, 1901 .. . 
February, 1901 -. 

March, 1901 

AprU, 1901 

May, 1901 

Judo, 1901 



Totals 

Casb on hand Jnly 1, 1900 .. 
Cash on hand Jane SO, 1901. 



Receipts. 



$52,468 11 

122,391 26 

84,090 38 

70,136 63 

62,66L 96 

158,498 97 

75,524 95 

137,050 86 

104,101 85 

57,322 39 

1V),971 67 

222,589 77 



$1,166,808 80 
117,161 20 



$1,283,970 00 



ExpenditnTM. 



$115,214 09 
97,427 04 

134,666 06 
50,725 25 

101,233 51 

100,332 32 
82,670 43 
68,090 43 

147,394 45 
47,278 51 
86,6il 69 

200,736 29 



$1,182,410 07 

""i6il659"93 

$1,283,970 00 



MONTHLY TOTALS OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES FOR THE 
FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1902. 



MONTHS. 



KeoeipU. 



Xxpenditorea. 



Jnly, 1901 

AugnBt, 1901 

September, 1901. 

October, 1901 

November, 1901.. 
December, 1901. . 
January, 1902 .. . 
February. 1902... 

March, 1902 

April, 1902 

May, 1902 

Jane, 1902 



Totals 

Cash on hand July 1, 1901 .. . 
Cash ou hand Jane SO, 1902 . . 



$215,651 56 

103,605 93 
59, 197 84 
85,530 82 

179,194 58 
62,993 82 
97,657 00 
76,485 15 

109,593 31 
67,894 69 
17,862 80 

409,420 96 



$1,485,088 46 
101,559 93 



$1,586,648 39 



$282,133 18 
54,788 84 
86,186 21 
71,438 93 

169,919 43 
97,579 14 
75,536 52 
42,227 16 

125,551 06 
62,263 49 
67,436 88 

136,623 27 



$1,261,679 11 
""824i9e9'28 



$1,586,648 89 



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StATEMENT OF THE SEVERAL FUNDS HELD IN TRUST BY THE 
STATE TREASURER, JULY 1, 1902. 



TVSD. 



Afcrienltural College FuDd. This fand is all in registered 
bonds of the State, payable in 1910 

Bennington Battle Monument Fnnd, created by Act of the 
Legislatnre of 1880. This f nod is deposited in bank, draw- 
ing interest at 3per eent 

Fund deposited by the National Life Insurance Company, 
MoDtpelier, under the Act of the Legislatnre of Noyember 
12, 1874. This fund is all in United States 4 per cent, regis 
tered bonds, due 1925 

Fund deposited by the Vermont Life Insurance Company of 
Burlington, under the Act uf the Legislature of November 
12, 1874, consisting of United States 5 per cent, registered 
bonds, due 1904 

Deposit of Connecticut Building and Loan Association, under 
MO. 82, Acts of 1896, loans secured by morrgage 



Amount. 



$133,500 00 
1,065 00 

100,000 00 

100,000 00 
26,150 00 



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UNITED STATES DEPOSIT MONEY. 

This fund, amounting to $669,086.74, was received by the 
State in 1837 as a deposit of her share of moneys accumulated 
in the national treasury and not needed for the support of 
government. It is apportioned to the several civil divisions 
in proportion to their population, the income to be devoted to 
the support of schools. 

Below is given a table showing its reapportionment, by the 
Treasurer, according to the census of 1900, and the loss and 
gain by towns and counties as compared with the amounts 
previously held by them under the apportionment of 1891. 

The sums shown as distributed in 1900 are now in the hands 
of the trustees of public money of the several towns and 
cities, except the following amounts due to towns not electing 
trustees and to unorganized towns and gores, which are 
retained in the State treasury: 

Averill |35 05 

Avery's Gore (Essex countv) 33 10 

Bethel \ 222 22 

Bloomfield 577 69 

BuePs Gore (Chittenden countv) 38 94 

Ferdinand 79 &3 

Lewis 15 58 

Norton 866 11 

St. George 175 23 

Victory 625 00 

Warren's Gore (Essex count}') 33 10 

Total 12,701 85 

The rate of interest on amounts so held in the State 
treasury is fixed by section 742, Vermont Statutes, as 
amended by No. 29, Acts of 1900, at 3 per cent per annum. 



Reapportionment an Census of 1900. 

ADDISO:^ COUNTY. 



Population. 


TOWNS. 




IhMS. 


OAtn. 


1890. 


1900. 


1891. 


1900. 


900 


861 

9S6 
2,061 

850 
1,019 

986 


Addison 


91,811 49 
2.048 99 
8,679 88 
1,865 88 
8,021 16 
625 97 


$1.656 94 
1,861 88 
4,012 87 
1,654 99 
8,152 28 
556 86 


$154 65 
187 61 




1018 


Brldport 




1.W8 
927 


Bristol 


•333 54 


Comvftll 


210 84 


1,901 
811 


Ferrisborfrh ............. 


»t 11 


Goshen 


69 11 



Digitized by LjOOQ IC 



THB TBBA8UBBB. 



17 



Umfttcd Utmfm Deposit Mom^T— €«BtImii*4l. 

ReapporHonment on Census of 1900 — Oontinued. 

ADDISON COXTNTY^-Coiitiiiiied. 



POPULATIOX. 


1880L 


1800. 


687 


544 


288 


268 


9n 


509 


1.286 


J,15t 


2,788 


8,046 


847 


912 


1.224 


1,107 


1,266 


1,180 


882 


40$ 


668 


526 


740 


692 


1,240 


1,186 


1,070 


906 


1,778 


1,758 


266 


964 


5tt 


618 


866 


861 


38,177 


21,812 



TOWKS. 



DvnuBunD. 



1881. 



1900. 



Oaln. 



CtmiTllle ..... 

Hanooek 

LfliflMter , 

Lincoln 

Mlddlebnry.. 

MonkUm , 

Hew H«T«n.. 

Orwell 

Pttiton 

BlpUm 

8idl«bary 

Shoroham.... 
SUrksboro... 
YergcnnM ... 

Wjdtham 

Weybridce... 
Whiting 



$1. 



13 
61 
1,181 17 
2,596 02 
6,63166 
1,704 61 
9,468 a 
9,646 16 

768 88 
1,148 26 
1,489 44 
9,486 88 
8,188 66 
8,668 68 

518 26 
1,092 98 

714 68 



$1,069 20 



8$1 
2,8tt 

S,«28 
1,776 
2,165 
2.289 



1,099 
1,847 
2,899 
1,766 
8,418 

614 
1,008 

702 



$44,888 88 



$42,668 78 



$989 86 

77 01 
140 19 
988 08 



808 98 

807 04 

'iii'oo 

142 08 
178 00 
887 42 
166 46 

"ii'S 

11 64 



$8,045 46 



607 19 
70 80 



97 46 



77 



$870 91 



1,869 


1,193 


8^891 


8,083 


1.696 


i,4n 


181 


48 


920 


326 


1,807 


1,955 


445 


873 


1,919 


1,876 


910 


1,189 


861 


863 


587 


488 


178 


161 


1,869 


1,857 


646 


on 


688 


518 


523 


449 


853 


179 


80.448 


21,705 



BENKIKC 
ArUncton 


HH)H OOU! 
$2,72196 
19,863 57 
8,413 66 

864 81 

442 82 
8,888 84 

886 68 
8,862 49 
1,881 61 
1,782 99 
1,181 49 

848 21 
3,396 08 
1,298 23 
1.274 08 
1.062 67 

710 50 


ITY. 

$2,322 88 

15,640 67 

2,875 80 

93 46 

488 09 

3.806 49 

798 25 

3,847 87 

8,217 69 

1,680 31 

988 48 

313 48 

8,615 67 

1.318 16 

1,008 67 

874 23 

543 23 


$888 a 

""iin'ii 

270 85 
4 78 
31 85 

169 48 
15 18 




Benningtion 


$2,777 10 


DoFMt ................. 


O'lMtenbary ...•■ 








Mandester 




Fern 




Pownal 






886 06 


Bapeit 


58 68 
248 01 
84 73 




Sa^mte 




Sdarsliargh. ......... .... 




Shaftibury ............. 


290 69 


tttamford 


178 44 
167 27 


19 92 


Hnnilifrluid 




Winhall 




Woodford 










$41,156 98 


$42,260 77 


$2,869 90 


$3,473 69 



1,897 


1,768 


1,196 


1,184 


1,784 


1,628 


1,040 


1,069 


1,547 


9,466 


865 


860 


2.619 


9,066 


586 


600 


8K 


794 


ltU6 


996 


6,667 


7.010 


760 


794 




999 


746 


694 


810 


764 


784 


706 


596 


567 


23,438 


34,881 



CALBDO: 
Bamet 


ETIA COUN 

$8,818 21 
2,41128 
8,690 77 
2,008 28 
3,113 74 
714 53 
5.271 43 
1,078 84 
1,795 88 
2,266 37 

13,217 82 

1.500 57 
481 06 

1.501 52 
1,680 34 
1.477 37 
1,18$ 61 


TY. 

$8,483 65 
9,806 81 
3,169 80 
2,061 98 
4,801 43 

681 47 
5,765 48 

978 58 

1.545 96 

1,937 82 

13,648 88 

1,400 67 

482 25 
1,851 25 
1,487 56 
1,372 67 
1,103 88 


$885 56 

106 08 

420 97 

3135 




Burke 




Danville 




^Oroton 




Hardwiok 


$1,687 60 


^rby 


33 06 

""iS'ii 

249 42 
329 05 


Lyncfon ................. 


484 05 


l^wark 




Feacbaip ,,t. t-- 




St. Johnabnry... 




481 01 


Sheffield 


99 90 
48 80 
150 27 
142 70 
104 70 
95 63 




Stannard .....i. .... 




Sutton 




Walden 




Waterford 




Wheelock.... 










$47,171 19 


$47,471 08 


$2,802 70 


$2,602 75 



* Alao ftccoontable for $30.19 held in 1890 by Harria Gore (Washington Co.), ainoe annexed. 

^ Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



18 



BIDNNIAL REPORT OF 



United States Deposit Momey— Oomtlnued. 

Reapportionment on Census of 1900 — Continued. 

CHITTBKDBN OOUNXr. 



POPULA-TIOV. 



1880. IMO. 



T0WK8. 



DUTBDUTID. 



1801. 



1800. 



Gidn. 



547 
21 
14,680 
1,240 
6,148 
8,018 
1,205 

728 
1,461 
1,686 
1,115 

106 
1,800 

845 
1,801 
1,088 
1,161 



86,888 



486 
20 
18,640 
1,»4 
6,852 
2,208 
1,216 

728 
1,878 
1.804 
1,067 
80 
1,208 

071 
1,140 

888 
1,176 



88,600 



Bolton 

Bael'sOore , 

BiiTli]iin»o 

ChATloUe < 

Colohester 

Essex 

Hlnesbargh 

HuntliiKton 

Jericho 

Milton 

Richmond 

St. George 

Shelbame 

South Burlington 

UnderhUl 

Westford 

WillUton 



11,100 88 

42 27 

28.866 22 

2.485 88 
10,861 64 

4,051 60 
2.426 88 

1.486 28 
2,840 65 
8,180 23 
2,244 28 

218 85 
2,616 58 
1,700 78 
8,618 60 
2,078 10 
2,886 82 



$846 27 
88 84 

86,288 04 
2,441 60 

10,420 63 
4,288 86 
2,867 62 
1,417 45 
2,678 SO 
8,512 48 
2,058 08 
175 28 
2,840 86 
1,880 60 
2,210 64 
1,728 88 
2.288 73 



$164 71 
8 88 



64 28 




67 76 

87 78 
267 86 

•"'iii'io 

88 12 
276 28 



886 86 

850 21 
47 00 



671,228 68 



677,108 24 



$1,871 87 



$6,926 82 

ii'ii 

287 67 



888 85 



188 81 



$7,746 58 



48 


18 


68 


17 


827 


664 


2,020 


2,028 


160 


106 


828 


884 


1,425 


1,128 


286 


171 


78 


41 


861 


182 


611 


466 


287 


204 




8 


1,018 


068 


188 


206 


860 


608 


664 


821 




17 


8,611 


JW 



E88R1 
Averill 


L OOUNTr 

$88 65 

116 74 

1.664 66 

4,066 78 

822 04 

1,668 68 

2,868 18 

476 01 

146 08 

726 61 

1,088 68 

466 80 


$86 06 

83 10 

1,088 14 

8.838 88 

206 88 
1,818 65 
2,188 22 

888 86 
78 88 

864 86 

886 81 

887 20 
16 68 

1,884 76 
401 08 

1,347 86 
626 00 
83 10 


$61 60 

83 64 

666 42 

126 88 
116 66 

""iii'ii 

142 06 

67 10 

872 25 

142 61 

08 70 

""loi'ie 

610 80 




Avery's GK>re. .«•■«...... 




Bloomfleld 




Brighton 




Prnnswiok ........r.«... 




(Tsnssn - 


$148 87 


Concord 




Bsst Hnren-r.. ......... 




Ferdinand 


**"""*" 


Grsnbv 




Onildhall 




Ijoniinffton .............. 




Lewis? 


16 58 




2,06100 

886 68 

1,888 25 

U86 20 






2 50 


Korton 




Victorr 




WsiTon s Gore.......... 


88 10 








$10,148 88 


$16,686 47 


$8.660 18 


8101 81 



FRAKKLIK COUNT 7. 



1,162 


1,168 


1,421 


1,826 


2,280 


2,054 


1.528 


1,838 


1,826 


1,880 


788 


760 


1.800 


1,146 


1,288 


1.880 


1,863 


1,880 


1.784 


1,876 


8,186 


2,421 


7,771 


?'S* 


...... 


1,715 


1,865 


1,841 


8,281 


3,745 


28,766 


30,198 



Bskersfleld 

Berkshire 

Bnoebnrgh 

Fsirfsz 

Fairfield 

Fletcher 

Franklin 

Georgia 

Highgate 

Montgomery , 

Riohford , 

*St. Albans, city. 
St. Albans, town. 

Sheldon 

Swanton 



92,888 88 
2,860 14 
4,627 84 
3,066 44 
3,678 88 
1,686 12 
2,616 50 
2,680 86 
8.728 66 
8,480 18 
4,490 03 

tl&,641 19 



2.747 42 
6,603 24 



92,254 60 
2,581 78 
8,888 24 

2,605 16 
8.663 10 

1,460 20 
2,229 37 
2.492 23 
8,866 16 

8,652 67 
4,718 81 
12,147 66 
8,888 19 
2,611 00 
7,281 71 



$59,889 77 $58,797 07 



$84 14 

278 85 
628 10 
460 88 
110 18 
136 88 
887 28 
88 18 



3,488 68 

""iii'ii 



$i» 

168 



8,888 

"'788" 



6\ 



$5.802 19 94,708 «» 



* Organised firom part of old town of St. Albans since 1880. 

t Apportioned to town in 1880, bnt tranaferred to oity npon organisation of latter. 

Digitized by \^\^^\JW 



le 



THE TREASURER. 



19 



United States Deposit Money— Continued. 

Reapportionment on Census of 1900 — Continued, 

GRAND I8LE COaNTY. 



Population. 


TOWNS. 




Loes. 


Ottin. 


1890. 


1900. 


1891. 


1900. 


1,890 


M74 
851 
608 
712 
917 


Albnrffh 


n7»7 74 
1,590 12 
1.109 03 
1,107 02 
1,125 14 


$2,809 96 

i;060 94 

989 10 

1,880 80 

1.785 45 




$72 21 


798 


Gnmd uie 


'"iiii'ii 


00 82 


651 


lalelaMotte 




650 


North Hero 


279 28 


659 


South Hero. . ............ 




000 81 










3.84S 


4,402 


$7,735 06 


$8,087 74 


$119 98 


$1,072 02 



LAMOILLE COUNTY. 



571 


428 


1.689 


1,000 


861 


788 


593 


550 


1,083 


1,472 


1.402 


1,891 


2.411 


2,583 


1.880 


1,928 


on 


529 


1,158 


1,000 


12,881 


12,289 



Belrldere.... 
Cambridge .. 

Sden 

Elmore 

Hjde Park.. 

Johnson 

MorrUtown . 

Stowe 

Waterville .. 
Woloott 



$1,149 29 
8.399 50 
1,712 80 
1.193 57 
3,280 84 
2.942 00 
4.852 77 
8,790 07 
1,101 30 
2,380 78 



$35,826 70 



$838 84 
3,120 97 
U30 92 
1.070 88 
2.800 00 
2,708 86 
5,029 23 
3,750 02 
1.029 99 
2,075 50 



$28,927 82 



$316 95 
272 69 
275 94 
122 09 
420 78 
234 81 



40 05 
131 37 
255 22 



$2,074 90 



ORAITGS COUNTY. 



l.i» 


1,888 


864 


770 


990 


990 


],»0 


1,070 


1.027 


978 


896 


488 


2,000 


^!2 


609 


598 


8,8S2 


8.141 


902 


1,000 


1,287 


1.249 


1,187 


1,117 


1,0U 


886 


764 


041 


890 


890 


601 


681 


1,188 


1,010 


19,675 


19.8W 



Bradford 

Bralntree 

Brookfleld 

Chelsea 

Corinth 

Fairlee 

Newbury 

Oranse 

Randolph 

Straflbrd 

Thetford 

Topsham 

TnnbrJdge .... 

Vershire 

Washlnjrton... 
WeatFflrlee . 
TVilllamatown 



$2,870 34 
1.718 90 
2,004 71 
2,475 70 
2,067 11 
80108 
4.180 66 
1,186 52 
0,505 26 
1,875 89 
2,590 48 
2,380 15 
2,034 90 
1,517 02 
1.060 47 
1,129 10 
2,891 10 



$39,899 84 $37,803 41 



$2,006 10 
1,610 91 
1,939 26 
2.083 85 
1,904 22 
852 81 
4,137 48 
1,104 34 
0,116 09 
1,947 05 
2,48187 
2,174 80 
1,723 14 
1,248 00 
1,590 58 
1,088 88 
8.134 75 



$271 08 

207 99 

06 46 

892 85 

102 89 

" "49*07 
21 18 
889 60 

"iS'io 

814 29 
81170 
209 50 
53 89 
96 28 



$2.002 91 



ORLEANS COUNTY. 



995 


1.028 


2417 


2,790 


799 


748 


1,068 


^25 


879 


728 


1,271 


1,961 


2,900 


8,274 


970 


891 


918 


874 


878 


838 


999 


989 


041 


630 


1.178 


962 


620 


510 


3.047 


■»!!! 


1,678 


M« 


768 


046 


896 


890 


22,101 


22,024 



Albany 

Barton 

Brownlnjirton. 
Charleoton... 

Coventey 

Craftsbury ... 

Derby 

Glorer 

Greensboro... 

Holland 

Irasburgh.... 

Jay 

Lowell 

Morgan 

Newport 

Troy 

Westfleld 

Weatmore 



$2,002 70 
4.408 29 
1.008 20 
2,129 50 
1,769 22 
2,658 22 
6,837 01 
1,952 38 
1,847 72 
1,707 21 
2,010 75 
1,290 18 
2,371 04 
1.040 04 
0,132 89 
3,807 35 
1,536 74 
705 04 



$2,001 57 
5,432 27 
1,456 89 
1,995 78 
1,417 46 
2,436 70 
0.374 05 
1,734 82 
1,701 72 
1,031 03 
1,828 28 
1,031 94 
1,912 00 

998 00 
8,001 17 
2,856 33 
1,257 80 

759 85 



$44,484 08 $42,881 86 



$1 18 


161 81 
133 77 
86177 
122 46 



217 50 
140 00 
135 68 
182 47 
268 24 
459 04 
68 04 
7172 
61102 
277 94 
86 09 



$176 40 



$170 46 



$5178 

"w'ii 



748 59 



$806 48 



$969 08 



587 64 



$3,109 84 $1,607 62 



Digitized by VJiV^^^W 



le 



20 



BIBIN^^IAL REPORT OF 



United States Deposit Momey— Oomtlnued. 

Reapportiomnent on Census of 1900 — Continued. 

RUTLAND COUNTY. 



POPULATIOM. 


TOWNS. 


DlSTEIBUTBD. 


Loea. 


OaiB. 


1800. 


1000. 


1801. 


1000. 


880 


844 
2.760 

621 
015 
064 

2,080 
488 
850 
802 
746 
000 
404 

1.781 
486 

1,866 

8,106 

2,186 
11,400 

1,100 
402 
085 
474 
404 

1,675 
606 
865 

2,014 


iienaoa 


$1,771 28 
6.662 25 
4,822 68 
1,460 82 
1,867 85 
2,18184 
6,617 62 
1,018 46 

847 87 
1,147 28 
1,682 08 
2,448 40 

877 56 
8,612 27 

04107 
8.672 65 
6,100 68 
8,688 44 
*20,015 85 
*2,754 25 

007 76 
1,000 48 
1,010 41 

875 65 
8,488 12 
1,240 08 

820 26 
7,406 07 


$1,648 81 

M7102 

4.067 80 

1.200 12 

1.781 65 

1,876 06 

6,880 81 

•50 16 

68147 

763 24 

1,452 50 

1,046 10 

06184 

8,870 85 

846 07 

8,688 20 

6,05144 

4,168 00 

28,880 16 

2,160 28 

782 71 

1,820 40 

022 00 

786 61 

8.066 61 

1,170 01 

601 20 

6,678 71 


$U7 82 

*m 10 

260 20 

86 80 

804 88 

68*80 

165 00 
884 04 
120 58 
408 80 

05 00 




8,810 

2^806 

780 


BrMidon. >.>•*. .....^.... 




GMt1«ti>n 




ChltteDden 




028 


Clarendon 

Daoby 




1,084 

2^701 

606 




Fair ftaven 


$831 50 


Hnbbardton 




421 


Ira 




670 


Mendon 




786 


Middletown Springs.... 
Mount Holly ..-.-.* 




^'iJ 




Monnt Tabor 


84 88 


''IS 


Pawlet 




Pittafleld 


•**■«••.•• • 


1,775 
8,081 
1758 
11.760 


Pltt«ford 


60 55 


Ponltnoy ....•.....••.■• 


40 24 




Pxootor.. 


820 46 


Rutland, city.....,,,.... 


"'"'ioi'w 

125 05 
180 01 

87 51 

88 04 
421 61 

70 02 

118 06 

1,788 26 


1,47>80 




461 


Sherbnriie 

Sbiowibary 




874 




502 


Sndbury 




486 


Tlnmonth 




1.788 
621 


Wallincford 




weiiir...v^.:::;:.:::.:: 




412 


West Haven 




8.680 


Ww»t Ratiand 








46,807 


44,200 




$01,878 42 


$86,077 20 


$7,756 40 


$2,400 18 



WASHINGTON COUNTY. 



6,812 


8,448 




8,846 


1,514 


1.021 


1,074 


1,126 


1.082 


1.101 


012 


778 


068 


1.061 


688 


466 


16 




1.121 


1,032 


880 


883 


4,160 


6.266 


052 


802 


2.628 


2,865 


745 


716 


768 


712 


816 


760 


866 


826 


2,282 


2,810 


810 


862 


725 


686 


20,606 


86,607 



Barre, city 

Barre, town.... 

Berlin 

Cabot 

Calais 

Duxbury 

S. Mompelier.. 

Fayaton 

^Harris' Grore.. 

Marahfleld 

Middlesex 

Montpelier 

Moretoivn 

Northfleld 

Plainfield 

Roxbury 

Waitofield 

Warren 

Waterbnry — 

Woodbnry 

Worcester 



t$0,878 04 
t4,882 00 
8.047 88 
2.161 71 
2,177 81 
1,885 64 
1.018 16 
1,072 80 
80 10 
2,256 31 
1,788 35 
8.878 10 
1,016 16 
5,280 64 
1,400 61 
1.545 80 
1.610 40 
1,748 05 
4,402 40 
1,680 84 
1,450 26 



$16,448 60 
6,614 84 
1,887 84 
2.182 88 
2,143 70 
1.614 81 
2,066 82 
007 88 

"'i00O*88 
1,710 26 
12,200 23 
1,756 24 
6,656 83 
1,804 00 
1,886 80 

1.470 76 
1,608 20 

5.471 21 
1,078 86 
1,288 82 



$50,588 87 $71,275 72 



'VCooo'so 


84 11 
820 88 


165 47 
80 10 

246 85 
70 10 


150 01 


"■"'i06*42 

150 50 
160 64 
184 70 





220 08 



$2,868 28 



$7,060 75 
2,182 8A 


80 67 


147*66 






'K827*is 

aio'ii 






078*74 

48 02 



$14,554 



* $28, 670. 10 apportioned to town of Ratiand in 1880 ; above division made by looal author- 
itlea. 

t$18,710.04 apportioned to towns of Barre in 1800 ; above division made by loeal aa« 
thoritles. 

i Annexed to Groton (Caledonia Co.) since 1880. 



Digitized by LjOOQ IC 



THE TBEASURBR. 



21 



limited State* Deposit Money— Conttnved. 

Reapportionment on Census of 1900 — Continued. 



WINDHAM COtJNTr. 



POPITLATIOV. 


TOWHS. 


DlBTBIBUTBD. 


Loss. 


aain. 


1880. 


looa 


1801. 


1800. 


805 


180 
6,640 
171 
508 
7» 
804 
788 
602 
800 
861 
448 
006 
060 

^1! 

J7l 

888 

578 

687 

1.805 

1.048 

1.SI1 

856 


Atbens 


$412 61 
18.811 58 

826 07 
1,054 00 
1,780 06 
1,644 48 
1,751 10 
1.418 06 
2,161 71 
2,088 80 

806 82 
1,016 15 
2,168 78 
0,216 44 

122 78 

446 88 
1.741 04 
1,141.24 
1.416 80 
2,546 14 
2.807 80 
8,286 12 

762 84 


6860 47 

12,028 48 

882 85 

070 87 

1,413 56 

1,565 48 

1,522 50 

1.288 05 

1,557 64 

1,871 12 

872 28 

1,762 08 

1.886 60 

11,810 48 

180 45 

527 65 

1.621 88 

1,125 40 

1.840 27 

2.521 48 

2,028 88 

2,877 85 

603 15 


662 14 
883 16 




8^812 


Bimttleboro 




161 


Bnwkllne 


$6 88 


584 


Dover 


75 82 
817 48 

70 00 
228 61 
184 01 
604 07 
161 77 
124 04 
154 07 
877 08 




880 


Dammentoii 




817 


Onfton ................. 




870 


Guilford 




708 


Halifax 




1.074 


tTamaicii -,,.»-r-r-, ..,»,. 




1.JJ. 






Marlboro 




86i 


Newfone 




lOff 


Putney 




*^ 


SoekiDfham 


8.003 00 


SSiiewrt 




7 67 


888 


StrattoB 




80 82 


885 


Townehend 


110 15 
15 84 

176 72 
24 71 

868 87 




567 


Vernon..... 




704 


Wardeboro .............. 




1.885 
1,181 


Weetnlnster ...... ...... 




Whltingbam ............ 




L106 


Wflminicton... 


151 88 


So 


Windham ..^ 


60 60 








88,511 


86.680 


658,482 88 


651,008 80 


68.865 02 


♦8,840 58 



WINDSOE COUNTY. 



418 


372 


64 


55 


018 


840 


1,448 


1.611 


1.U4 


872 


1.172 


1,853 


1,WT 


1,775 


8,740 


8,817 


M»8 


1.840 


1,168 


2.042 


M04 


1.808 


786 


646 


865 


777 


746 


610 


1.257 


1,250 


1.4» 


1,427 


1S7 


700 


2,881 


8.4S8 


804 


888 


U74 


1,080 


864 


756 


811 


518 


1.846 


8.119 » 


21546 


8,557 


31,706 


32,885 



Andorer 

Baltimore 

Barnard 

Bethel 

Bridgewater... 

Garendiah 

Chatter 

Hartford 

Hartland 

Ludlow 

Norwich 

Plymouth 

Pomfret 

Beading 

Roehe«ter 

Boyalton 

Sharon 

Sprtnsileld ... 
Stookbridge... 
Weathersleld . 

Weoton 

W.Windsor,.. 

Windsor 

Woodstock.... 



6841 88 
128 82 
1.847 72 
2,014 48 
2,262 85 
2,858 06 

8.506 81 
7,527 78 
2,803 78 
8.568 57 
2,624 64 
1.510 64 
1,741 04 

1.507 56 
2.580 04 
2.884 20 
1,488 40 
5,708 77 
1.790 41 
2,862 08 
1,789 03 
1.147 28 
8,715 56 
5,122 48 



6724 30 
107 00 
1,635 52 
8,136 70 
1,892 58 
2.632 41 
8.456 03 
7.431 00 
8,600 05 
8,075 88 
8,587 01 
1,857 80 
1,513 86 
1,268 64 
2,433 81 
8.778 44 
1,880 46 
6,682 28 
1,600 48 
2,120 84 
1,471 07 
008 81 
4,125 80 
4.078 61 



668,816 67 662,743 74 



6117 03 
21 73 
212 20 

'*860"82 

"iio'TO 

05 83 

104 73 

261 84 

228 18 
243 09 

06 28 

105 85 
102 04 



108 98 
242 64 
267 06 
148 44 



143 87 



68.279 66 



6222 22 

"Wis 



417 81 



883 51 



410 24 



62,206 "j;} 



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BIENNIAL REPORT OF 



United States Deposit Money^Contlnved. 

Reapportionment on Census of 1900 — Continued, 

NET LOSS AND GAIN BY COUNTIES. 



POPUUkTION. 



1890. 1900. 



COUNTIES. 



DiSTBIBUTBD. 



1891. 



1900. 



Loaa. 



Gain. 



29,977 


21,912 


90,448 


21,706 


28,486 


24,881 


89,889 


89.600 


0,611 


8,066 


20,785 


80,198 


8,848 


4.462 


12,881 


12.2H9 


19,876 


19,818 


22,101 


22,024 


46,897 


44,209 


29,000 


86.607 


26,647 


26,660 


31,706 


82,226 


882,422 


848,641 



AddiMn.... 
Benningtoii 
Caledonia.. 
Chittenden 

Eaaex 

Franklin ... 
Grand Isle. 
Lamoille ... 

Orange 

Orleans 

Rutland ... 
Waahinjeton 
Windham .. 
Windsor ... 



944,888 88 
41,166 98 
47,171 12 
71,229 68 
19,148 89 
69,889 77 
7,736 06 
26,826 76 
89.899 84 
44,484 08 
91,873 42 
69,689 87 
68,482 88 
68,816 67 



179 



142,663 
42,260 
47,471 
77,103 
15,686 
68,797 
8,687 
28,927 
87,608 
42,881 
86,077 
71.276 
61.906 
62,748 



92,174 66 



3,457 92 
1,092 70 

"liSMM 
1,796 43 
1,602 22 
6,296 22 

"U24'44 
1,072 98 



9669,086 79 919,915 85 919,916 85 



$1,108 70 

290 96 

6,873 66 



962 69 



11,686 85 



AGGREGATE LOSS AND GAIN BY COUNTIES. 



COUNTIES. 




Addison .... 
Bennington 
Caledoma .. 
Chittenden . 

Essex 

Franklin.... 
Grand Isle.. 
Lamoille ... 

Orange 

Orleans 

Bntlaad 

Washington 
Windham... 
Windsor.... 



13,046 46 
2,369 90 
2,802 79 
1.671 97 
8.669 13 
6,802 10 
119 98 
2,074 90 
8402 91 
8,109 81 
7.756 40 
2.868 28 
8,865 02 
8,279 66 

614,788 33 



Gain. 



$870 91 

8,473 60 

2,602 76 

7,746 63 

201 31 

4.709 49 

1,072 62 

176 46 

866 48 

1,607 62 

2,460 16 

14,664 06 

8,340 68 

2,206 73 

$44,788 83 



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THE TREASURER. 23 



THE HUNTINGTON FUND. 

Under the provisions of Act No. 230 of the Legislature of 
1884, the securities received from the estate of Araunah Hunt- 
ington were sold, and the proceeds applied to the general pur- 
poses of the State. 

The sum realized from the sale was 1211,131.46, and this 
constitutes the fund upon which interest is paid by the State. 

The annual income at 6 per cent is 112,667.88. 

THE FOLLOWING SECURITIES BELONGING TO THE FUND HAVING 

ONLY A NOMINAL VALUE HAVE NEVER BEEN SOLD AND 

ARE STILL ON HAND IN THE TREASURY I 

46 shares stock St. Johnsbury & Lake Champlain 

E. R. common, par 12,300 00 

33 shares stock St. Johnsbury & Lake Champlain 

R. R. preferred 1,650 00 

Preferred stock scrip 40 00 

Common stock scrip 10 00 



14,000 00 

By the further provisions of the act referred to, the Treas- 
urer was directed to annually apportion to the several towns 
in the State, in proportion to the number of inhabitants in 
each, based upon the last census, the income and interest 
arising from said fund; the first division to be the income and 
interest accruing in 1885, and to be distributed in 1886. 

February 10, 1886, towns were paid as interest 

and income on said fund f 9,963 54 

11,174 46 
12,037 62 
12,197 32 
12,661 47 
12,659 91 
12,659 91 
12,659 91 

12.659 91 

12.660 45 
12,660 45 
12,660 45 
12,660 45 
12,660 45 
12,660 45 
12,663 42 
12,663 42 



February 10, 1887, 


do 


do 


FebruarT 10, 1888, 


do 


do 


May 27, 1889, 


do 


do 


May 26, 1890, 


do 


do 


March 20, 1891, 


do 


do 


March 15, 1892, 


do 


do 


March 15, 1893, 


do 


do 


March 15, 1894, 


do 


do 


March 15, 1895, 


do 


do 


March 15, 1896, 


do 


do 


March 15, 1897, 


do 


do 


March 15, 1898, 


do 


do 


March 15, 1899, 


do 


do 


March 15, 1900, 


do 


do 


March 15, 1901, 


do 


do 


March 15, 1902, 


do 


do 



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24 



BIENNIAL REPORT OF 



Hnntincton Fund. 

The Apportionment, Babhd on the United States Census op 
1900, IS AS Follows: 

ADDISON county. 

Addison f 31 37 

Bridport 35 24 

Bristol 75 98 

Cornwall 31 33 

Ferrisburgh 59 68 

Goshen 10 54 

Granville 20 05 

Hancock 9 33 

Leicester 18 76 

Lincoln 42 47 

Middlebury 112 25 

Monkton 33 62 

New Haven 40 81 

Orwell 42 39 

Panton 15 08 

Ripton 19 35 

Salisbury 25 51 

Shoreham 43 99 

Starksboro 33 25 

Vergennes 64 62 

Waltham 9 73 

Weybridge 19 10 

Whiting 13 31 

*807 76 

BENNINGTON COUNTY. 

Arlington |43 98 

Bennington 296 13 

Dorset 54 45 

Glastenbury 1 77 

Landgrove " 8 29 

Manchester 72 07 

Peru 13 75 

Pownal 72 84 

Readflboro 41 99 

Rupert 31 81 

Sandgate 17 77 

Searsburgh 5 94 

Shaftsbury 68 46 

Stamford 24 96 

Sunderland 19 10 

Winhall 16 55 

Woodford 10 28 

800 14 



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Hvntlncton irvnd— Continued. 

CAIiDDONIA COUNTY. 

Barnet f 64 99 

Burke 43 65 

Danville 60 01 

Groton 39 04 

Hardwick 90 91 

Kirby 12 90 

Lyndon 108 97 

Newark 18 43 

Peacham 29 27 

Ryegate 36 68 

Shemeld 26 69 

Stamiard 8 18 

St. Johnsbupy 258 41 

Sutton 25 58 

Walden 28 16 

Waterford 25 99 

Wheelock 20 90 



CHITTENDEN COUNTY. 

Bolton tl7 92 

Burlington 687 14 

Charlotte 46 23 

Colchester 197 29 

Essex 81 21 

Hinesburgh 44 83 

Huntington 26 84 

Jericho 50 61 

Milton 66 50 

Richmond 38 96 

Shelburne 44 31 

South Burlington 35 79 

St. George 3 32 

Underbill 42 02 

Westf ord 32 73 

Williston 43 35 



ESSEX COUNTY. 

Bloomfleld t20 79 

Brighton 74 58 

Brunswick 3 91 

Canaan 34 43 

Concord 41 62 

East Haven 6 30 

Granby 6 71 

Guildhall 16 77 



1898 76 



1,459 05 



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BIENNIAL REPORT OF 



1293 24 



Unntinvton Fond— Comtlnued. 

Lemington |7 62 

Lunenbnrgh 35 68 

Maidstone 7 59 

Norton 25 51 

Victory 11 83 

FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

Bakersfleld t42 69 

Berkshire 48 88 

Enosburgh 75 72 

Fairfax 49 32 

Fairfield 67 46 

Fletcher 27 65 

Franklin 42 21 

Georgia 47 19 

Highgate 72 99 

Montgomery 69 16 

Richford 89 25 

Sheldon 49 43 

St. Albans, City 229 99 

St. Albans, Town 63 22 

Swanton 138 05 

GRAND ISLm COUNTY. 

Alburgh 154 34 

Grand Isle 31 37 

Isle la Motte 18 73 

North Hero 26 25 

South Hero 33 80 

LAMOILLB COUNTY. 

Belvidere |15 78 

Cambridge 59 20 

Eden 27 21 

Elmore 20 28 

Hyde Park 54 26 

Johnson 51 28 

Morristown 95 22 

Stowe 71 00 

Waterville 19 50 

Wolcott 39 30 



1,113 21 



164 49 



463 03 



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UantlniTtoii Fund— Contlniied. 

OBANOB COUNTY. 

Bradford |49 32 

Braintree 28 61 

Brookfield 36 72 

Chelsea 39 44 

Corinth 36 06 

Fairlee 16 15 

Newbury 78 34 

Orange 22 04 

Randolph 115 79 

Strafford 36 86 

Thetf ord 46 04 

Topsham 41 18 

Tnnbridge 32 62 

Vershire 23 63 

W aahington 30 23 

West Fairlee 19 57 

WilliamBtown 59 35 



f711 94 



ORMJANB COUNTY. 

Albany f37 90 

Barton 102 85 

Brownington 27 57 

Charleston 37 79 

Coventry 26 84 

Craf tsbury 46 12 

Derby 120 69 

Glover 32 85 

Greensboro 32 22 

Holland 30 89 

Irasburg 34 61 

Jay 19 54 

Lowell 36 20 

Morgan 18 80 

Newport 114 76 

Troy 54 08 

Westfleld 23 81 

Westmore 14 38 

RUTLAND COUNTY. 

Benson f31 11 

Brandon 101 71 

Castleton 77 01 

Chittenden 22 89 

Clarendon 33 73 



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28 BISNNIAL RBPORT OF 



Hnntinirtoii Fnnd^Coittliived. 

Danby |35 64 

Fair Haven 110 55 

Hubbardton 17 99 

Ira 12 90 

Mendon 14 45 

Middletown Springs 27 50 

Mount Holly 36 83 

Mount Tabor 18 21 

Pawlet 63 81 

Pittsfield 16 04 

Pittsford 68 79 

Poultney 114 57 

Procto/ 78 74 

Rutland, City 423 90 

Rutland, Town 40 88 

Sherburne 14 82 

Shrewsbury 34 47 

Sudbury 17 47 

Tinmouth 14 89 

Wallingfopd 58 06 

Wells 22 34 

West Haven 13 09 

West Rutland 107 42 



WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Barre, City f311 42 

Barre, Town 123 35 

Berlin 37 64 

Cabot 41 51 

Calais 40 59 

Duxbury 28 68 

East Montpelier 39 11 

Fayston 17 18 

Marshfleld 38 04 

Middlesex 32 55 

Montpelier 230 99 

Moretown 33 25 

Northfleld 105 25 

Plainfleld 26 39 

Roxbury 26 25 

Waitsfield 28 02 

Warren 30 45 

Waterbury 103 59 

W^oodbury 31 78 

Worcester 23 45 



11,629 71 



1,349 49 



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UiiiiUmvtom F«n4— Comt 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Athens f 6 64 

Brattleboro 244 77 

Brookline 6 30 

Dover 18 54 

Dummerston 26 76 

Grafton 29 64 

Guilford 28 83 

Halifax 24 40 

Jamaica 29 49 

Londonderry 36 43 

Marlboro 16 51 

Newfane 33 36 

Pntney 35 72 

Rockingham 214 14 

Somerset 2 47 

Stratton 9 99 

Townshend 30 71 

Vernon 21 31 

Wardsboro 23 48 

Westminster 47 74 

Whitingham 38 41 

Wilmington 45 01 

Windham 13 12 

WINDSOR COUNTY. 

Andover |13 71 

Baltimore 2 03 

Barnard 30 97 

Bethel 59 39 

Bridgewater 35 83 

Cavendish 49 84 

Chester 65 43 

Hartford 140 71 

Hartlaud 49 40 

Ludlow 75 28 

Norwich 48 03 

Plymouth 23 81 

Pomf ret 28 64 

Reading 23 92 

Rochester 46 08 

Royalton 52 60 

Sharon 26 14 

Springfield 126 52 

Stockbridge 30 30 

Weathersfleld 40 14 

Weston 27 87 



1982 77 



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30 BIBNNIAL BBPOBT OF 

Hnntlnffton Fund— Oonttnued. 

West Windsor f 18 91 

Windsor 78 12 

Woodstock 94 26 

11,187 93 

AOGRBOATD BY GOUNTIBS. 

Addison f807 76 

Bennington 800 14 

Caledonia 898 76 

Chittenden 1,459 05 

Essex 293 24 

Franklin 1,113 21 

Grand Isle 164 49 

Lamoille 453 03 

Orange 711 94 

Orleans 811 90 

Rutland 1,629 71 

Washington 1,349 49 

Windham 982 77 

Windsor 1,187 93 

Total amount distributed to towns. . . f 12,663 42 
Credited to gores and unorganized 

towns 4 46 

Total income 12,667 88 



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THE TBBASUBBB. 31 



STATE TAX. 

The Legislature of 1900 assessed a State Tax of fifteen 
cents on the dollar of the Grand List of 1901, one-half to be 
paid into the Treasury of the State on or before the tenth day 
of November, 1901, and the remaining half on or before the 
tenth day of June, 1902. 

Notices for payment of this tax were issued from this office 
to the treasurers of the several towns, cities, etc., on the tenth 
day of October, 1901, and the first installment of the tax was 
generally promptly paid. 

The Grand List for the year 1901, as certified to this office 
by the Secretary of State, amounting to |1,790,149.92, and the 
tax of fifteen cents on the dollar aggregated |268,522.49, 
apportioned to the several towns, cities, and unorganized 
towns and gores, as follows, viz.: 

ADDISON CX)UNTY. 

Addison |848 93 

Bridport 1,013 90 

Bristol 1,796 40 

Cornwall 789 14 

Perrisburgh 1,630 34 

Goshen 119 55 

Granville 223 57 

Hancock 194 86 

Leicester 373 51 

Lincoln 594 92 

Middlebury 2,895 74 

Monkton 697 64 

New Haven 1,144 61 

Orwell 1,186 25 

Panton 375 79 

Bipton 241 16 

Salisbnry 661 65 

Shoreham 1,139 51 

Starksboro 558 17 

Vergennes 1,304 08 

Waltham 232 98 

Weybridge 500 64 

Whiting 319 09 

f 18,842 43 

BENNINGTON COUNTY. 

Arlington f799 04 

Bennington 7,278 75 

Dorset 923 63 

Glastenbury 46 00 

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32 BIDNNIAL BBPORT OF 
State T«»- ■■ Conttmned. 

Landgrove t89 44 

Manchester 1,750 21 

Peru 201 70 

Pownal 1,257 59 

Readsboro 517 43 

Rupert 847 50 

Sandgate 223 86 

Searsburgh 88 07 

Shaf tsbury 1,102 80 

Stamford 311 77 

Sunderland 294 81 

Winhall 231 59 

Woodford 145 13 

f 16,109 32 

OALBDONIA OOUNTT. 

Barnet |1,631 20 

Burke 915 42 

Danville 1,167 08 

Groton 622 77 

Hardwick 1,378 15 

Kirby 266 57 

Lyndon 2,055 24 

Newark 241 35 

Peacham 760 82 

Ryegate 946 61 

Sheffield 344 93 

St. Johnsbury 6,361 51 

Stannard 86 99 

Sutton 441 61 

Walden 373 89 

Waterford 579 48 

Wheelock 75 67 

18,249 29 

OHITTBNDBN COUNTY. 

Bolton 1271 35 

Burlington 19,657 92 

Charlotte 1,364 55 

Colchester 2,266 16 

Essex 1,527 02 

Hinesbupgh 1,139 55 

Huntington 482 85 

Jericho 1,271 61 

Milton 1,228 96 

Richmond 1,025 87 

Shelburne 1,615 92 

South Burlington 726 64 



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State Tax— Contlnaea. 

St. George f88 56 

Underbill 769 08 

Westf ord 641 58 

Williston 1,181 68 



ESSEX COUNTY. 

Bloomfleld |233 92 

Brighton 1,107 80 

Brunswick 106 87 

Canaan 500 39 

Concord 571 31 

East Haven 177 10 

Granby 196 36 

Gnildhall 261 75 

Lemington 146 61 

Lnnenburgh 581 62 

Maidstone 158 85 

Norton 173 05 

Victory 167 66 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

Bakersfield f 616 22 

Berkshire 1,078 91 

Bttosburgh 1,672 75 

Fairfax 1,004 66 

Fairfield 1,154 42 

Fletcher 412 59 

Franklin 934 94 

Georgia 905 62 

Highgate 1,014 98 

Montgomery 710 26 

Richford 1,165 22 

Sheldon 927 95 

St. Albans (City) 5,423 51 

St. Albans (Town) 1,166 34 

Swanton 2,282 56 



GRANT) ISLE COUNTY. 

Alburgh f 743 18 

Grand Isle 460 84 

Isle la Motte 247 16 

North Hero 325 23 

South Hero 349 16 



135,259 30 



4,383 29 



20,469 93 



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34 BIEN7CIAL REPORT OF 

. State Tax— Contlnaea. 

LAMOILLE COUNTY. 

Belvidere fill 53 

Cambridge 1,288 56 

Eden 345 34 

Elmore 297 32 

Hyde Park 1,022 76 

Johnson 834 25 

Morristown 1,585 93 

Stowe 1,145 44 

Waterville 250 33 

Wolcott 533 35 

»7,414 81 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Bradford ?1,358 33 

Braintree 482 83 

Brookfleld 746 24 

Chelsea 642 75 

Corinth 481 66 

Fairlee 338 01 

Newbury 2,056 51 

Orange 335 09 

Randolph 3,291 60 

Strafford 546 22 

Thetford 758 27 

Topsham 576 47 

Tunbridge 624 97 

Vershire 345 46 

Washington 428 87 

West Fairlee 261 00 

Williamstown 913 85 

14,188 13 

ORLEANS COUNTY. 

Albany f572 62 

Barton 1,645 42 

Brownington 492 29 

Charleston 603 90 

<:'oventry 569 68 

Craftsbury 737 23 

Derby 2,056 69 

Glover 676 35 

Greensboro 570 16 

Holland 481 06 

Irasburgh 690 16 

Jay 201 21 

Lowell 429 18 

Morgan 290 15 



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State Tax— Continued. 

^>vport f2,198 30 

Troy 896 61 

Westfield 337 64 

IVestmore 255 74 



RUTLAND COUNTY. 

Benson f754 38 

Brandon 2,602 45 

Castleton 1,181 52 

Chittenden 438 45 

Clarendon 798 06 

J^anby 647 52 

Fair Haven 1,901 26 

Hubbardton 413 07 

Ira 252 06 

^^fndon 255 36 

Middletown Springs 617 97 

Monnt Holly 607 40 

3/oont Tabor 128 17 

^awlet 1,369 58 

i*nt»field 229 69 

^ttsford 1,619 96 

l^^^tuey 1,816 76 

™^tor 1,668 38 

Rntland (City) 11,836 96 

Kntland (Town) • 1,284 36 

^herbnme 248 91 

^brevrshurj 647 22 

l^^^^rj ./ y.y. 430 67 

iJnmonth 346 02 

^'allingford '.;; i 640 34 

;.^"» • 462 82 

" est Haven 425 78 

^'est Rutland '//, 2,516 64 



WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Barre (City) ?5,588 46* 

Barre iTown) 2,111 80 

^F^ia 876 61 

,;7^t 777 89 

[f""]^ 746 88 

nnxbury 4g3 ^9 

*-agt 3iontpelier 907 41 

3ferebfield 690 91 

Jiiddlesex g43 og 



114,304 39 



37,141 76 



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State Tax— Contlnved. 

Montpelier |7,684 U 

31oretown 765 17 

Northfleld 1,748 51 

Plainfleld 591 07 

Roxbury 395 04 

Waitsfield 767 63 

Warren 501 28 

Waterbury 1,843 98 

Woodbury 399 63 

Worcester 368 21 



128,171 90 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Athens »121 18 

Brattleboro 7,552 38 

Brookline 114 95 

Dover 289 95 

Dummerston 611 06 

Grafton 478 88 

Guilford 555 02 

Halifax 310 82 

Jamaica 431 00 

Londonderry 636 62 

Marlboro 285 04 

Newf ane 572 30 

Putney 840 00 

Rockingham 6,164 47 

Somerset 106 39 

Stratton 157 06 

Townshend 557 14 

Vernon 486 55 

Wardsboro 279 56 

Westminster 1,196 23 

Whitingham 569 17 

Wilmington 1,095 54 

Windham 229 62 



WINDSOR COUNTY. 

Andover |213 44 

Baltimore 45 02 

Bernard 507 08 

Bethel 1,252 79 

Bridgewater 532 95 

Cavendish 1,154 26 

Chester 1,572 63 

Hartford 4,026 34 

Hartland 1,061 23 

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THE TREASURER. 37 



State Tax— Cent tnned. 

Ludlow fl,396 06 

Norwich 781 06 

Plymouth 381 07 

Pomf ret 633 18 

Reading 418 89 

Rochester 848 57 

Royalton 1,162 48 

Sharon 542 32 

Springfield 3,129 46 

Stockbridge 477 22 

Weathersfleld 771 78 

Weston 428 18 

West ^Vindso^ 383 18 

Windsor 1,588 61 

Woodstock 4,334 07 



$27,641 87 



UNORGANIZED TOWNS AND GORES. 

Averill |143 53 

Avery's Gore (Chittenden County). . . 9 37 

Avery's Gore (Essex County) 40 50 

Avery's Gore (Franklin County) 19 46 

Ferdinand 180 05 

Lewis 153 45 

Warner's Grant 7 50 

Warren's Gore 25 63 



AGGREGATE BY COUNTIES. 

Addison ?18,842 43 

Bennington 16,109 32 

Caledonia 18,249 29 

Chittenden 35,259 30 

Essex 4,383 29 

Franklin 20,469 93 

Grand Isle 2,125 56 

Lamoille 7,414 81 

Orange 14,188 13 

Orleans 14,304 39 

Rutland 37,141 76 

Washington 28,171 99 

Windham 23,640 93 

Windsor 27,641 87 

Gores, etc 579 49 



579 49 



268,522 49 



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38 



BIENNIAL REPORT OF 



STATE SCHOOL TAX 

FOR 1901 AND 1902. 

The Legislature of 1900, by Act No. 30, amended the pro- 
visions of Vermont Statutes (section 758), so as to provide 
for the annual assessment of a tax of eight cents on the 
dollar upon the grand list for the support of public schools, 
instead of five cents as theretofore. The act referred to (not 
naming a date on which it was to take effect), went into force 
February 1, 1901, and it therefore did not affect the amount 
of the tax of 1901, the assessment of which was made and 
notices thereof mailed to the several treasurers and collectors 
December 31, 1900, as required by law. 

This tax is distributed on or before the tenth day of July 
annually, among the several cities, towns, and unorganized 
towns, in proportion to the number of legal schools sustained 
in each during the school year ending March 31 preceding, as 
certified by the State Superintendent of Education. 

The grand list for the year 1900 as certified to 

this office by the Secretary of State was. . . ?1,772,43G 22 
And the tax of five cents on the dollar 

amounted to 88,621 81 

The tax for 1902 was assessed upon the grand 

list of 1901, viz 1,790,149 92 

And the tax of eight cents on the dollar 

amounted to 143,211 9l> 

The following table shows the amounts paid into the treas- 
ury by the several cities, towns, unorganized towns, and 
gores for each year, and the sums subsequently repaid to 
them on the number of schools maintained for the year 1901, 
together with the apportionment of the tax of 1902, which is 
now about to be distributed, viz.: 

ADDISON COUNTY. 



TOWNS. 



Five 

per cent 

tax. 



1901. 



No. 

BOhoolS. 



Appor- 
ttonnent. 



Elgfat 

per cent 

tax. 



1902. 



No. 
schooU. 



App<»r> 
tionm«.i^t. 



Addison.... 
Bridport ... 

Bristol 

Cornwall... 
Ferriabnrj^h 

Goshen 

GranTille. . . 
Hanoook ... 
Leicester... 
Lincoln .... 
Hlddlebnry 
Monkton... 
Nev HaTen 



1274 08 

310 74 

589 97 

256 72 

647 18 

40 19 

75 86 

61 76 

118 66 

197 45 

948 06 

231 00 

887 76 



$290 80 
827 15 
608 91 
254 45 
681 61 
100 OS 
218 10 
72 70 
181 79 
863 50 
617 96 
254 45 
899 85 



$462 76 
540 75 
958 08 
420 88 
869 51 
63 76 
119 24 
103 91 
109 20 
817 29 

1,544 40 
872 08 
610 46 



«»30 41 

•48 2S 

825 09 

412 54 

884 02 

17e <*l 

853 61 

117 87 

^i»4 67 

, M9 3ri 

1>001 8a 

412 S4 

&80 3J 



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39 



State School Tax—Contlnved. 

ADDISON COUNTY-Continned. 



TOWNS. 



Five 

per cent 

uz. 



1901. 



No. 



Appor- 
tionment. 



Eight 
per cent 

tax. 



1902. 



No. 
schools. 



Appor. 
tionment. 



OrweU 

Panton 

JRipton 

Salisbury .. 
Shoreham .. 
SUrksboro . 
Vergennee . 
Waltham... 
Wevbridge. 
Whiting ... 

Total. 



Arlington.... 
Bennington .. 

Dorset 

GlAstenbnry . 
Landgrore ... 
Manchester .. 

Pern 

Pownal 

Beadsboro.... 

Bnpert 

Sandgate 

Sears Dargh... 
Shaitsbary.., 

Stamford 

Sunderland.. , 

Winhall , 

Woodford... 



Total. 



Bamet 

Barke 

Danville 

Groton 

Uardwick 

KirbT 

Lvndon 

Newark 

Peacham 

Byesate 

Sheffield < 

St. Johnsbnry. 

Stannard 

Sntton 

Walden 

Waterford .... 
Wheelock .... 



Total 



Bolton 

Borlington .. 

Charlotte 

Colchester... 

Essex 

Binesbargh . 
Hantington . 

Jericho 

Milton 

Bichmond ... 



$103 97 
128 29 

71 03 
216 64 
879 06 
188 28 
425 60 

79 42 
180 90 
110 24 



16,248 16 



186 



$399 85 
181 75 
318 10 
290 80 
436 20 
363 50 
254 45 
109 05 
145 40 
181 75 



$632 67 
200 42 
128 62 
862 88 
607 74 
297 69 
695 51 
124 25 
267 01 
170 18 



$6,761 13 



$10,049 30 



185 



BENNINGTON COUNTY. 



$264 16 

2.882 64 

803 88 

17 96 

30 74 

551 79 

68 08 

416 33 

165 19 

286 60 

77 45 
27 81 

821 76 
96 46 
95 26 

78 24 
52 59 



$5,234 81 



8 

35 

13 

1 

8 

11 

5 

15 

8 

9 

6 

8 

13 

4 

5 

4 

3 



146 



$290 80 
1,272 27 
47t 66 
36 35 
100 OS 
899 85 
181 75 
546 25 
290 80 
327 15 
218 10 
109 05 
472 56 
145 40 
181 75 
145 40 
1U9 05 



$5,807 14 



$426 16 

3,882 00 

492 60 

24 53 

47 70 

933 45 

107 57 

670 72 

275 97 

452 00 

119 89 

46 97 

688 16 

166 28 

167 28 
123 61 

77 40 



$8,691 64 



CALEDONIA COUNTY. 



$546 66 
298 40 
887 63 
k05 98 
426 82 

87 64 
603 07 

79 53 
256 78 
823 97 
115 26 
2,066 68 

28 68 
150 63 
123 81 
106 06 

26 73 



$6,016 03 



$545 25 
290 80 
508 91 
363 50 
645 25 
181 75 
690 60 
218 10 
290 80 
327 15 
254 45 
872 41 
86 35 
290 80 
254 45 
290 80 
181 76 



169 $6,143 18 



$869 98 
488 22 
622 45 

33i 14 
736 01 
142 17 

1,096 13 
128 72 
4U6 77 
504 86 
188 96 

8,302 81 
46 40 
235 62 
199 41 
309 05 
40 36 



$9,732 96 



CHITTENDEN COUNTY. 



$89 00 


5 


6,611 08 


64 


457 84 


15 


739 55 


17 


495 87 


17 


381 10 


12 


155 12 


4 


421 08 


9 


40 L 80 


16 


834 76 


11 



$648 28 
294 68 
294 68 
471 4S 
707 2Z 
589 3S 
412 54 
176 81 
235 74 
235 74 



$10,902 96 



8 

81 

13 

1 

8 

11 

6 

14 

9 

9 

6 

2 

12 

4 

6 

6 

8 



141 



172 



$171 48 
1,826 98 
766 16 
58 98 
176 80 
648 29 
294 67 
825 10 
630 42 
530 42 
353 61 
117 87 
707 28 
235 74 
294 67 
204 67 
176 80 



$8,309 84 



$1,001 89 
353 61 
884 02 
589 35 
825 10 
235 74 

1,060 82 
412 64 
353 61 
589 35 
471 48 

1,591 26 
58 98 
471 48 
412 54 
471 48 
353 61 



$10,136 80 



$181 76 


$144 72 


6 


$294 67 


2,826 42 


10,484 23 


66 


3,830 78 


545 25 


727 76 


14 


825 10 


617 96 


1,208 61 


17 


1,001 80 


617 96 


814 41 


17 


1,001 89 


436 20 


607 76 


10 


589 35 


115 40 


257 52 


4 


235 74 


827 15 


678 19 


9 


530 42 


545 25 


655 41 


16 


942 96 


899 85 


547 13 


10 


589 35 



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BIENNIAL REPORT OF 



State Sohool Tax— Continued. 

CHITTENDEN COUNTY—Continned. 





Five 

p«r oent 

Ux. 


1001. 


Eight 

percent 

tax. 


10O2. 


TOWNS. 


Ko. 
fohooU. 


Appor- 
iionment. 


No. 
schools. 


Appor- 
UonmeDt. 


8helbiim6 ................ 


•584 62 
254 41 
20 47 
250 40 
216 05 
402 27 


6 
7 
1 

14 
8 

11 


•200 80 
264 45 
86 85 
608 01 
200 80 
800 85 


•861 82 
887 55 
47 23 
410 18 
842 18 
680 28 


12 
11 


•530 42 


BonthBarliDffton.... 


412 54 


8t GeoTffe.... 


58 08 


UnderhiU 


707 28 


Weetford 


471 48 


Williston 


648 20 






Totol 


•11,773 01 


216 


•7,024 86 


•18,804 06 


215 


•12,671 04 







Bloomfield 


BE 

•80 68 
848 66 

86 60 
168 86 
106 84 

68 80 
68 70 

87 82 
40 28 

101 02 
61 41 
60 06 
68 81 


»EX C< 
6 

12 
2 

12 


3UNTY. 
•181 75 
486 90 
72 70 
218 10 
486 20 
100 05 
100 05 
181 75 
100 05 
327 16 
145 40 
100 05 
100 05 


•124 76 
600 83 
67 00 
266 87 
804 70 
04 46 
104 72 
180 60 
78 10 
810 20 
84 72 
02 20 
80 42 


12 
18 


•204 67 


Brighton 


707 28 


BruDswiok ............... 


217 87 


CAnaan....**. ............ 


853 61 


Conoord .................. 


766 16 


East Hayen 


176 80 


OraDby--T...-TT»r»i.. 


117 87 


Oalldhall 


204 67 


liomiDgton ..••••>>•.••... 


176 80 


LinDCTiDnrffh ............. 


471 48 


Maidstone. •.•••••........ 


176 80 


Norton ...•••>>•.... 


286 74 




170 80 






Total 


•1,460 21 


70 


•2,644 60 


•2,887 76 


60 


Howgo 





Bakersfleld 


FRA 
•204 20 
957 87 
628 62 
824 64 
802 70 
188 42 
808 71 
205 43 
826 10 
227 06 
874 17 
811 27 
1,800 87 
808 28 
748 14 


NKLIN 
9 
18 
17 
12 
19 
7 
11 
9 
14 
12 
12 
15 
28 
10 
18 


COUNTY. 
•327 16 
472 66 
617 06 
486 20 
690 66 
254 46 
800 86 
827 15 
608 01 
486 20 
486 20 
645 25 
836 06 
868 50 
654 31 


•328 18 
575 42 
802 IS 
536 82 
615 60 
220 05 
408 63 
488 00 
641 82 
878 80 

621 46 
404 01 

2,802 54 

622 05 
1,217 87 


10 
12 
17 
11 
20 

7 
11 

6 
14 
12 
13 
15 
28 
10 
18 


•580 86 


Berkshire 


707 28 


Enosbnrgh ....••••...... 


1,001 80 


Fairfax 


648 20 


Fairfield 


1,178 71 


Fletcher 


412 64 


Franklin 


648 20 


Georgia ..•••>.•• 


471 48 


Higbgate 


825 10 


MOTitgoni«ry .— ........ 


707 28 


Richford 


766 16 


Sheldon 


884 02 


St. Albans, citv 


1.355 61 


8t Albans, town 


680 86 


Swanton ................. 


1,000 88 






Total 


•6.726 87 


201 


•7,806 41 


•10.017 30 


201 


•11,845 07 







Albargh 


GRAl 
•247 66 
127 20 
70 80 

112 84 

113 80 


miSLl 


B COUNTY. 

•327 15 

218 10 

72 70 

145 40 

145 40 


•386 86 
245 78 
18182 
173 46 
186 21 




•530 41 


Orsnd Isle ............... 


863 61 


IsIelaMotte 


117 87 


North Hero 


235 74 


f^onth H^ro. •••....••. ••*. 


285 74 






Total 


•68146 


26 


•808 75 


•1,188 63 


25 


•1,478 87 







BelTidere 


LAtt 
138 00 
426 80 
114 06 
103 60 
336 67 
278 62 
637 10 
382 66 
84 08 
177 35 


[OILLB 
4 
16 
8 
6 
12 
11 
18 
15 
6 
12 


COUNTY. 
•145 40 
581 61 
200 80 
218 10 
436 20 
300 85 
654 31 
645 25 
218 10 
436 20 


•50 48 
687 23 
184 18 
168 57 
545 47 
444 03 
845 83 
610 00 
133 51 
284 45 


4 

16 
8 
7 

11 
18 
17 
6 
12 


•235 74 


Cambridge 


012 06 


Eden. .7 


471 48 


Elmore .................. 


412 64 


Hyde Park 


630 41 


-Johnson ................. 


648 20 


Monistowii vw.T 


1,060 02 

1.001 89 

863 61 

707 22 


■Stowe ......•>•••....•.... 


Wat«rvillo 

'Wolcott 






Total .........T,... 


•2,465 04 


106 


•8,025 82 


•3.054 55 


108 


•6,864 06 





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41 



State School Tax— Continued. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 





Five 

per cent 

tax. 


1901. 


Ei^ht 

per cent 

tax. 


1002. 


TOWNS. 


No. 
school* 


Appor- 
tioument. 


Ko. 
schools. 


Appor- 
tionment. 


Bradford 


1 

$458 57 
156 00 
249 92 
208 70 
159 76 
110 56 
689 77 
108 88 
1,00108 
1*0 17 
249 29 
197 83 
206 07 
106 86 
140 04 
80 85 
804 66 


8 

10 

11 

10 

9 

4 

17 

7 

19 

8 

12 

10 

12 

5 

8 

6 

17 


$290 80 
863 50 
899 85 
868 50 
827 15 
145 40 
617 96 
254 45 
690 66 
200 80 
436 20 
863 50 
436 20 
181 75 
200 80 
218 10 
617 96 


$724 44 
257 51 
897 99 
842 80 
256 88 
180 27 

1,006 80 
178 72 

1,755 52 
201 32 
404 41 
807 46 
888 82 
184 26 
228 78 
130 20 
487 89 


8 
10 
11 
11 
10 

4 
16 

7 
18 

8 
12 

to 

It 
6 
7 
6 

16 


$471 48 
580 85 


BralDtree 


Brookfield 


648 29 


Chelsea 


648 29 


CoriBth 


689 35 


Fairl«e 


235 74 


Kewbory........ ......... 


942 96 


Oraoffe ................... 


412 54 


San^ifolph ................ 


1,060 82 
471 48 


Straffonl 


Tbetford 


707 22 


7opdhvm ................ 


689 85 


Tonbridffe .....a......... 


648 29 


Verahlre 


294 67 


'Wasbioffton 


412 54 


West F&rlee 


858 61 


WIlliamBtown 


942 96 






Total 


$4.604 00 


178 


$6.888 58 


$7,567 00 


170 


$10,018 94 





ORLEANS COUNTY. 



Albany 

B arton 

Browninj^ton • 
Charleston ... 

CoTentry 

(Jraftsbarj... 

Derby 

GloTor 

Greensboro... 

Holland 

Irasbnrgh.... 

Jay 

Lowell 

Morf^an 

Newport 

Troy 

Westfield .... 
Wentmore 



Total. 



$105 50 
548 03 
160 75 
197^8 
187 74 
244 64 
875 80 
230 08 
180 05 
157 62 
229 26 

68 00 
148 87 

98 70 
748 81 
288 09 
112 88 

78 53 



$4,746 83 



187 



$399 85 
654 81 
218 10 
899 85 
327 15 
508 91 
886 06 
399 85 
863 50 
290 80 
254 45 
181 75 
290 80 
145 40 
690 66 
486 20 
200 80 
100 05 



$6,797 49 



$805 40 
877 56 
262 55 
822 08 
808 88 
398 19 

1,416 90 
860 72 
804 09 
256 56 
868 06 
107 31 
228 00 
154 75 

1,172 48 
478 19 
180 07 
136 40 



$7,620 01 



RUTLAND COUNTY. 



BeoAon 

Brandon 

Castleton 

Cbittenden , 

Clarendon 

Danby 

Fair HBTOn 

Habbardton 

Ira 

Mendon 

Aliddletown Springs . 

Monnt Holly 

Monnt Tabor 

Pawlet , 

Pittsfleld 

Pittsford 

Ponltney 

Proctor 

Batland, city 

Ratland. town 

Sherbnme 

tfbrewsbnry 

Sadbary 

Tinmonth 



$250 80 
866 87 
391 26 
142 03 
270 71 
218 14 
577 57 
157 37 

84 30 

85 20 
206 23 
203 27 

42 81 
444 64 

76 45 
538 81 
607 84 
551 23 
8,840 68 
426 57 

82 84 
215 77 
141 60 
115 69 



$327 15 
545 25 
436 20 
254 45 
254 45 
254 45 
508 01 
290 80 
145 40 
145 40 
145 40 
863 50 

72 70 
436 20 

72 70 
436 20 
600 66 
436 20 
1.672 12 
290 80 
100 05 
363 50 
181 75 
145 40 



$402 83 
1.387 97 
630 H 
233 84 
425 63 
845 84 
1,014 01 
230 81 
134 48 
186 19 
820 58 
823 96 
68 89 
730 44 
122 50 
863 98 
968 94 
889 80 
6,313 05 
684 99 
182 75 
345 18 
229 69 
184 55 



$707 22 

1.001 89 
412 54 
589 85 
412 54 
825 10 

1.287 64 
589 85 
680 41 
47148 
471 48 
204 67 
471 48 
285 74 

1.119 77 
707 22 
471 48 
176 80 



182 $10,726 16 



8 


$471 48 


15 


884 02 


12 


707 28 




294 67 




412 54 




412 54 




942 96 




412 54 




176 80 




235 74 




235 74 




471 48 




176 80 




707 23 




176 80 




707 28 




1.178 71 




707 23 




2,769 96 




471 48 




176 80 




589 85 




294 67 




235 74 


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BIEXXIAL REPORT OF 



State School Tax— Continued. 

RUTLA.ND COUNTY—CoDUnaed. 





Five 

per cent 

tax. 


1901. 


Eight 

per cent 

tax. 


1902. 


TOWNS. 


No. 
schools. 


Appor- 
tioniuent. 


No. 
schools. 


Appor- 
tionment. 


Wallioffford 


$589 88 
158 10 
141 67 
804 86 


10 
6 
7 

16 


$363 50 
218 10 
251 45 
581 61 


$874 85 
246 84 
227 08 

1.842 21 


11 
6 
7 

16 


$648 29 
294 67 


WelU 


West Haren 


412 54 


Weet Railand. 


9l'> 96 






Total 


$12,186 10 


275 


$0,996 30 


$19,808 93 


274 


$16,148 20 





WASHINGTON COUNTY. 



Barre, clfy 

Barre, town 

Berlin 

Cabot 

Calais 

Daxbary 

East Montpelier., 

Fayston , 

Marsbfteld 

Middlesex 

Montpelier , 

Moretnwn 

Northfield 

Plainfleld 

Roxbury 

Waitffield 

Warren , 

Waterbury , 

Woodbury , 

Worcester , 



Total $9.272 62 



$1,822 95 
691 27 
281 24 
260 79 
248 44 
164 65 
826 58 
86 6J 
228 01 
208 13 
2,501 86 
248 23 
570 12 
192 69 
136 36 
248 67 
169 00 
617 42 
153 51 
126 07 



$1,199 56 
690 66 
254 45 
8B9 85 
899 85 
254 45 
361 50 
254 45 
899 85 
290 80 
*50e 91 
827 15 
690 66 
28 10 
290 80 
254 45 
290 80 
654 81 
827 15 
25145 



$2,980 51 


83 


1.126 29 


22 


467 52 


7 


414 88 


11 


398 33 


10 


257 70 


8 


494 62 


10 


139 15 


7 


868 48 


12 


343 08 


10 


4,098 21 


17 


408 09 


9 


982 54 


22 


815 24 


6 


210 69 


6 


400 40 


7 


267 35 


8 


083 46 


19 


213 14 


8 


196 88 


7 


115,025 06 


289 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 



Athens 

Brattleboro... 
Brookline .... 

Dover 

Dummerston . 

Grafton 

Guilford 

Halifax 

Jamaica 

Londonderry . 
Marlboro .... 

Newfane 

Putney 

Rockinf^ham . 

Somerset 

Stratton 

Townshend .. 

Vernon 

Wardsboro... 
Westminster 
Wbliingham . 
Wilmington . 
Windham.... 



Total 



$43 02 
3,425 67 

88 05 

98 16 
211 37 
167 U 
186 04 
107 50 
148 20 
210 12 

94 28 

193 03 

264 50 

2,066 29 

33 47 

50 92 
189 80 
155 49 

91 64 
898 97 
192 23 
355 91 

78 03 



$7,793 86 



199 



$109 05 
1,126 87 
72 70 
218 10 
254 45 
290 80 
327 15 
327 15 
25( 45 
327 15 
181 76 
254 45 
254 45 
1.090 52 
72 70 
145 40 
254 45 
109 U5 
218 10 
827 15 
472 56 
889 85 
145 40 



$7,233 70 



$64 63 
4,027 93 
61 81 
154 64 
825 90 
255 40 

296 01 
165 77 
229 87 
339 53 
152 02 
305 23 
448 00 

8,287 72 
56 74 
83 77 

297 14 
259 49 
149 10 
687 99 
303 56 
584 29 
122 47 



$12,608 51 



Andover . . 
Baltimore . 
Barnaid .. 
Bethel .... 



W£NDSOR COUJ^TY. 

$254 43 
36 35 
363 50 
472 56 



$69 41 


7 


15 38 


1 


169 29 


10 


419 12 


13 



$1,944 86 

1,296 57 
412 54 
648 2» 
589 85- 
471 4» 
589 85 
412 54 
707 23 
689 8& 

1,001 89 
530 41 

1,206 57 
853 61 
353 61 
412 54 
471 4K 

1,119 77 
471 48 
412 54 

$14,085 46 



197 



$176 80 
1,826 99 
117 b7 
353 61 
412 54 
412 54 
530 4L 
530 41 
412 54 
589 3> 
294 67 
412 54 
471 48 
1,826 99 
58 93 
176 80 
353 61 
176 80 
353 61 
589 35 
706 16 
530 41 
235 74 



$11,010 15 



$113 84 


7 


24 01 


1 


270 44 


10 


668 16 


14 



$412 54 

58 98 

689 35 

825 10 



* $281.27 deducted from this amount, under the provisions of No. 125, Acta of 1900, and 
entered as a credit on ** Sundry Receipts" account. 



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43 



State Scliool Tax— Continued. 

WINDSOR COUNTY-Continned. 





Fire 
per cent 

UX. 


1901. 


Eight 

percent 

tax. 


1902. 


TOWNS. 


So, 
schools. 


Appor. 
tionment 


No. 
schools. 


Appor- 
tionment. 


firidgewater 


$170 81 
300 04 
5^ 83 

1.271 91 
352 50 
473 89 
249 71 
131 00 
201 88 
136 04 
288 81 
880 91 
185 35 

1,012 00 
U6 34 
255 42 
144 52 
128 60 
518 05 

1,437 06 


10 

9 

16 

24 

13 

12 

10 

8 

6 

4 

12 

16 

5 

19 

7 

10 

8 

7 

10 

15 


$363 50 
327 15 
581 61 
872 41 
472 56 
436 20 
383 50 
290 80 
218 10 
145 40 
436 20 
581 61 
381 75 
690 66 
254 45 
863 90 
290 80 
254 45 
363 50 
545 25 


$284 24 
615 61 
888 78 

2,147 38 
565 99 
744 56 
416 56 

203 24 
337 70 
223 41 
462 57 
619 99 
289 24 

1.669 04 
354 52 
41161 
228 86 

204 86 
817 26 

2.811 51 


9 

11 

16 

23 

18 

11 

9 

9 

7 

6 

12 

15 

6 

20 

6 

11 
7 
6 
10 
15 


$530 42 
648 29 


CavendUh 


Chester .................. 


013 96 


Hartford 


1,355 51 
766 16 


Hartland 


liOdlow 


648 29 


Norwich 


530 42 


Pljmonth 


530 42 


Pomfret 


412 54 


Heading 


353 61 


KochesTer 


707 28 


Royalton ................. 


884 02 


8haron 


353 61 


Springfield 


1.178 70 
294 67 


fltookhridffe 


Weathersfleld 


618 29 


Weaton .................. 


412 54 


"Weat Windsor 


294 67 


Windsor 


. 589 85 


Woodatook -- 


884 02 






Total 


$9,117 96 


252 


$9,160 26 


$14,742 88 


252 


$14,851 64 





GORES AKD UNORGANIZED TOWNS. 



Aveiill 

Ayerj's Gore (Chittenden County) 

Avery's (4ore (£si»ez County) 

Arery's Gore (Franklin County) .. 

F«>rdioand 

Lewia 

Warner's Grant 

Warren's Gore 

Total 



1001. 




Five per 




cent tax. 


1 


$66 23 


563 


18 50 


»S 


6 49 


s 


60 41 


t 


51 15 


2 50 


^ 


8 54 


$201 45 



1902. 
Eight per 
cent tax. 



$76 55 
6 00 
21 60 
10 88 
96 02 
81 84 
4 UO 
18 67 

$309 06 



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44 



BIEN'XIAL REPORT OF 



State Scliool Tax— Continued. 

AGGREGATE BY COUNTIES. 
1901. 



COUNTIES. 


Tax paid. 


No. 
schools. 


Apportion- 
ment. 


Addi'On 


96,248 15 
6.284 81 
6.016 03 

11,778 91 
1,459 31 
6,726 87 
68148 
2.465 04 
4,694 90 
4,746 83 

12,186 19 
9,272 62 

9/.793 86 

9,117 96 

204 46 


186 
146 
169 
218 

70 
201 

25 
108 
178 
187 
275 
229 
199 
252 


16,761 18 


BtfDiii II jrton .••...... 


5,307 14 


Caledonia 


6.143 18 


CblttendeD 


7,924 85 


Essex 


2,544 50 


Franklin 


7,806 41 
908 75 


Grand lele 


Lamoille 


8.925 82 


Orange 


6,288 58 


Orleans 


6,797 49 


Rutland 


9.998 80 


Waabinffton • 


8,824 20 


Windham 


97,288 70 


Windsor 


0,160 26 


Gores, etc 










Total 


988,621 81 


2,438 


988,621 81 







Total State School Tax for 1901, distributed $88,62181 

Total number of legal schools maintained in the State, for the year ending March 

31,1901 ? 2,438 

Amount of tax apportioned to each $36.3502. 



1902. 








COUNTIES. 


Tax 
paid. 


No. 
schools. 


Apportion- 
ment. 


Addison ^ 

Bennington ...... ....^. ................ ............... 


$10,049 80 

8,591 64 

9,782 96 

18.804 96 

2,837 75 

10,917 80 

1,188 63 

8.954 55 

7.567 00 

7.629 01 

19.808 93 

15.025 06 

12.608 51 

14,742 88 

309 06 


185 
141 
172 
216 

69 
201 

25 
108 
170 
182 
274 
239 
197 
252 


$10,902 96 
8,809 84 


Caledonia 


10,186 80 


Chittenden.... - 


12,671 04 


Essex - 

Franklin 


4,066 50 
11.845 97 


Grand Tsle - 


1,478 37 


Lamoille 


6,864 96 


Orange .- 


10,018 94 


Orleans 


10,726 16 


Rutland 


16.148 20 


Washington — 


14,085 46 


Windham 


11.610 15 


Windsor.- - 


14,851 64 


Gores etc.. . 








Total 


$148,211 99 


2,480 


$143,211 99 





Total State School Tax for 1902. to be distributed $148,211 99 

Totsl number of legal schools maintained in the State for the year ending March 

31, 1902 ■- 2,430 

Amount of tax apportioned to each $58.9349-f 



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THB TREASURER. 



45 



FIVE PER CENT. STATE HIGHWAY TAX 

FOR 1901 AND 1902. 

Agreeably to the provisions of Vermont Statutes as 
amended by No. 65 of the Public Acts of 1898, notices for the 
collection of the five per cent. State highway taxes of 1901 
and 1902 were sent out December 31, 1900 and December 31, 
1901, the assessment being laid upon the grand lists of 1900 
and 1901, respectively. 

The grand list for the year 1900, certified to this office by 
the Secretary of State, was ?1,772,436.22. The tax of five 
cents on the dollar amounted to |88,621.81, which with the 
balance brought forward from the preceding year, |11.38, 
made a total for distribution in 1901 of ?88,633.19. 

The tax for 1902 was assessed upon the grand list of 1901, 
viz.: ?1,790,149.92, and amounted to ?89,507.50. The amount 
of the 1901 apportionment not certified as expended for per- 
manent roads and brought forward for addition to the tax 
of this year, was 1919.58, and the aggregate available for dis- 
tribution is 190,427.08. 

Details of the assessment of these taxes and their appor- 
tionment upon the basis of road mileage appear in the fol- 
lowing table: 





ADDISON COUNTr. 










Five 

perceot 

tax. 


1901. 


Five 

per cent 

tax. 


1902. 


TOWNS. 


Miles. 


Appor. 
tionment. 


Miles. 


Appor- 
tionment. 


Addison 


1274 08 

840 74 

589 97 

266 72 

547 18 

40 19 

75 86 

61 75 

118 66 

197 45 

943 06 

""iii'oo 

887 76 
408 97 
128 29 

71 93 
216 54 
879 06 
188 28 
425 60 

79 42 
180 90 
110 24 


61 
70 
62 
54 
90 
22 
42 
22 
82 
62 
58 

64 
67 
84 
26 
88 
40 
00 
64 
12 
14 
85 
22 


$868 42 
470 66 
809 81 
821 72 
636 20 
181 07 
250 23 
13107 
190 65 
869 88 
845 55 
58 62 
88129 
899 16 
500 45 
154 90 
226 89 
288 81 
536 20 
881 29 
71 60 
83 41 
208 52 
181 07 


$283 08 
887 97 
606 80 
268 05 
648 45 
89 85 
74 62 
64 95 

124 50 
198 81 
966 25 

881 58 
895 42 

125 26 
80 39 

280 55 
879 84 
186 06 
434 69 
77 66 
166 88 
106 86 


61 
79 
02 
64 
90 
22 
42 
22 
32 
03 
68 
9 
64 
67 
84 
26 
88 
40 
90 
64 
12 
14 
85 
22 


$870 40 
479 70 


Bridport 


BrUtol 


815 75 


Cornwall 


827 90 


Ferriabarsh ............. 


546 60 


6osh6n .•..•.•.•■•....... 


133 59 


GnmviUe 

flftnoock ................. 


255 03 
133 59 




194 81 


Lincoln 


876 48 


ViddlMbnry 


852 19 


MiddlebniT, TiUage.. 
Honkton 


54 65 

388 62 


N6W Havon...... ....... 


406 84 


OrweU 


610 08 


Panton ......«i-T-.r 


157 88 


BJpton..^ 

gaaabary 


330 74 
242 89 




646 50 


flt&r¥ aTwum 


888 62 


Verjzonnes ............... 


72 87 


Waltham- ,.,rrr.-r.--T--r 


85 01 


Werbridgtt 


212 53 


W£iting 


133 59 






Total 


$6,248 15 


1,180 


•6,785 87^ 


$6,280 82 


1,189 


$6,916 2& 







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4(i 



BIENNIAL REPORT OP 



State HlarliwRy Tax— Continned. 

BBNKINOTO!^ COUNTY. 



TOWNS. 



Five 

peroent 

tax. 



1901. 



Miles. 



Appor- 
tlonment. 



Five 

per cent 

tax. 



1803. 



HUes. 



Appor- 

tionment. 



Arlinf^ton 

Bennington 

Benninffton, village . 

North Bennington .. 

Bennington Center. . 

Dorset 

Olastenbnry 

li and iz rove •■■•••■••••«•> 

Mancnester 

Peru 

Pownal 

Iteadsboro 

Readsboro, village . . 

Rupert 

Handgate 

Searsonrgh 

Sbaftsbury 

Stamford 

Snnderland 

Winball 

Woodford 



Total. 



$264 16 
8,882 61 



808 88 
17 96 
80 74 

651 79 
68 08 

416 88 

166 19 

Mi'io 

77 45 
27 81 

824 75 
96 46 
95 25 

78 24 
52 69 



48 

77 
17 

4 

2 
62 

3 

19 
61 
82 
77 
62 

8 

60 
40 
15 
87 
39 
27 
87 
15 



65,284 81 



762 



1256 18 
458 74 
101 28 

28 88 

11 93 
869 88 

17 87 
118 20 
863 42 
190 65 
458 74 
809 81 

17 87 
297 89 
288 31 

89 37 
618 82 
232 85 
160 85 
220 43 

89 37 



1266 85 
2.426 26 



807 87 
16 38 
29 81 

583 40 
07 23 

419 20 

173 48 

'282'56 
74 62 
29 86 
867 60 
103 92 
98 27 
77 20 
48 38 



$4,539 78 



$5,869 77 



763 



CALEDONIA 



Barnet 

Burke 

Danville 

Groton 

Hardwiok 

Hard wick, village.... 

Kirby 

Lyndon 

Lyndonville 

Lyndon Center..^... 

Newark 

Peacham 

Ryegate 

hbeffleld 

8t. Johnsbnry 

St. JohnsDury, village 

Stannard 

Satton 

Walden , 

Waterford 

Wheolook 



Total 



$546 66 
298 40 
887 68 
205 08 
426 82 



87 64 
693 97 



79 53 

258 78 

823 97 

115 26 

2,066 68 

150 63 
123 31 
196 06 
26 78 



$6,016 03 



106 
73 

135 
80 
79 
8 
82 
86 
5 
2 
40 
74 
71 
44 
00 
27 
18 
72 
67 
63 
59 



1,189 



COUNTY. 
$631 52 
434 01 
804 29 
232 35 
470 66 
47 66 
100 65 
512 87 
29 79 
11 92 
288 81 
440 87 
428 00 
262 14 
536 20 
100 85 
107 24 
428 90 
399 16 
869 38 
851 51 



$7,083 74 



$548 73 
305 14 
889 03 
207 59 
450 88 

685 08 



80 45 

253 61 
815 54 

114 98 
2,120 50 

""""29*60 
147 20 
124 63 
193 16 
25 22 



$6,083 10 



106 
78 

135 

40 

79 

8 

82 

86 

6 

2 

40 
74 
71 
44 
90 
27 
18 
72 
67 
62 
59 



1,190 



Bolton 

Burlington 

Charlotte 

Colchester 

Winooski 

Essex 

EMex Junction. 

Hinesburgh 

Huntington 

Jericho 

Milton 

Richmond , 

Shelbnme , 

South Burlington ... 

St. George 

Underhin , 

Westford , 

WlUiston 



Total. 



$89 00 

1,611 08 

457 84 

789 55 



495 87 



CHITTENDEN COUNTY 

$166 81 

827 68 

452 79 

381 20 

53 62 
851 51 

77 45 
375 33 
268 10 
881 29 
542 16 
851 51 
236 31 
178 78 I 



881 10 
155 12 
421 08 

401 30 
834 76 
534 52 
254 41 

29 47 
250 49 
216 OS 

402 27 



$11,778 91 



85 75 
405 12 
851 61 
838 64 



$90 45 

6,552 64 

454 86 

755 38 

'"soi'oi 

'""879"85 
160 95 
423 87 
409 65 
841 96 
538 64 
242 22 
29 52 
256 86 
213 86 
893 89 



$5,272 60 $11,753 10 



885 



$261 10 
467 56 
108 28 

24 89 

12 14 
876 48 

18 88 
116 87 
876 48 
194 31 
467 66 
816 75 

18 22 
803 61 
848 89 

91 08 
528 28 
286 82 
168 05 
824 67 

91 08 



$4,638 09 



$648 65 

418 27 
819 75 
842 89 
479 70 
48 58 
104 81 
622 81 
80 36 
12 14 
242 89 
449 84 
431 13 
267 17 
546 60 
163 95 
109 80 
437 20 
406 84 
876 48 
858 25 



$7,885 91 



$170 08 
833 07 
461 49 
388 62 

64 65 
858 86 

78 94 
882 65 
273 25 
888 68 
552 67 
858 25 
242 89 
182 17 

86 43 
412 01 
858 25 
840 01 



$5,878 87 



Digitized by VJiV^/^J-V L\. 



THE TREASCRBR. 



47 



State Hlarli^fv-ay Tax— Continued. 

ESSEX COUNTZ. 



TOWNS. 



Five 

per cent 

tax. 



1901. 



Miles. 



Appor« 
tlonment. 



Five 

percent 

tax. 



1902. 



Miles. 



Appor- 
tionment. 



Bloomfleld... 
Brighton ... 
Brnnswick.. 

Canaan 

Concord..... 
East Haven . 

<Jranby 

GolldbaU.... 
Leminston ., 
Lanc^nbnrKh 
Uaidstone... 

Norton 

Victory 

Total. , 



180 58 
343 66 

35 69 
168 26 
195 34 

58 39 

68 79 
87 82 
49 28 

191 92 
51 41 

69 96 
58 31 



f 1.459 21 



1190 66 

283 97 

77 45 

280 01 

530 24 

59 68 

83 41 

178 78 

101 28 

375 83 

107 24 

'119 15 

178 73 



$77 97 
369 27 
85 62 
166 80 
190 44 
59 04 
65 45 
87 25 
48 87 
193 87 
53 95 
67 68 
55 fc9 



431 $3,567 77 



$1,461 10 



432 



$194 81 

291 47 

78 94 

285 8$ 

546 60 

60 72 

85 01 

182 17 

103 23 

882 66 

109 30 

121 44 

182 17 



$2,623 SO 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. 



Bakersfleld. 
Berkshire. 



Enosbnr|[h 

Eoosbargh Falls . 

Fairfax 

Fairfield 

Fletcber 

Franklin 

Creorgia 

Highgato 

Montgomery 

Kichford 

Kicbford, village . 

Sheldon 

8t. Albans, city 

St. Al bans, town 

bwanton 

Swanton, village . 



Total. 



$204 20 
267 37 
628 62 



824 64 
892 70 
188 42 
303 71 
295 43 
826 19 
227 96 
874 17 



311 27 

1,800 37 

393 28 

748 14 



$6,726 87 



66 
68 
77 

n 

79 
117 
64 
60 
75 
93 
68 
61 

7 
63 
20 
63 
78 

4 



1,054 



$393 21 

405 13 
468 74 

65 64 
470 66 
697 05 
321 72 
857 46 
446 83 
554 07 

406 12 
803 85 

41 70 
375 S3 
119 15 
375 83 
464 70 

23 83 



$6,279 41 



$206 07 
359 64 
667 58 

'"iii'is 

384 81 
137 53 
311 65 
801 87 
838 38 
236 75 
888 41 

""809*32 

1,807 84 

888 78 

760 85 



$6,823 81 



66 
68 
77 
11 
79 
117 
54 
60 
76 
98 
68 
61 

7 
63 
20 
63 
78 

4 



$400 76 
412 91 
467 66 

66 79 
479 70 
710 45 
827 90 
864 38 
456 41 
664 71 
412 91 
309 68 

42 51 
882 66 
121 44 
882 55 
473 68 

24 29 



1,054 $6,400 08 



Albnrgb .... 
Grand Isle... 
Isle la Motte 
North Hero . 
Soutb Hero. . 

Total.. 



GBAl 

$247 66 
127 29 
79 80 

112 81 

113 89 


7D ISLI 

68 
41 
)9 
25 
27 


5 COUNTY, 

$345 65 
244 27 
113 20 
148 94 
160 85 


$247 73 
153 61 
81 89 
108 41 
116 38 


68 
41 
19 
25 
27 


$352 19 
248 96 
115 37 
161 80 
163 96 


$681 48 


170 


$1,012 81 


$708 62 


170 


$1,032 27 



LAMOILLE COUNTY. 



Belvidere 

Cambridge , 

Eden 

Elmore 

Hyd«» Park 

Hyde Park, village. 

Johnson 

Morristown 

Morrisville — . 

Stowe 

Stowe, village 

WaterviUe 

Wolcott 



Total. 



$38 09 
426 80 
114 08 
103 60 
386 67 



273 62 
627 19 



382 66 



81 98 
177 86 



$2,465 04 



$154 90 
512 87 
333 64 
857 46 
671 95 

35 75 
428 00 
612 87 

69 68 
636 20 

11 92 
148 91 
405 12 



682 $4,063 20 $2,471 59 



$37 18 
429 52 
115 11 
09 11 
840 92 

'278'68 
628 64 

'Sill 

"83*44 
177 78 



687 



26 


$157 88 


91 


662 57 


56 


840 04 


60 


864 83 


96 


682 93 


6 


86 43 


71 


631 18 


86 


622 21 


10 


60 72 


90 


646 60 


2 


12 14 


25 


151 80 


68 


412 91 



$1,171 59 



Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



48 



BIENNIAL REPORT OF 



State Hlarhway Tax— Continued. 

ORANGE COUNXr. 





Five 

percent 

tax. 


1901. 


Five 

percent 

tax. 


1003. 


TOWNS. 


Miles. 


Appor- 
tionment 


Miles. 


Appor. 
tionment. 


Bradford 


$453 57 

""'loo'oo 

240 02 
200 70 
150 76 
110 56 
680 77 

""'loi'tt 

1,001 98 

*""i8o'i7 

240 29 
197 83 
206 07 
100 86 
140 04 
80 85 
804 06 


66 
5 
74 
92 
81 

106 
20 

107 
7 
61 

109 
11 
80 
98 
97 
99 
68 
88 
40 
99 


0098 21 

29 79 

440 87 

548 12 

482 58 

881 52 

172 77 

087 47 

4170 

808 42 

640 80 

65 54 

476 62 

588 86 
577 00 

589 82 
405 12 
524 28 
238 81 
580 82 


9152 78 

""ioo'oi 

248 75 
214 25 
100 55 
112 67 
665 50 


06 

6 
74 
02 
81 

106 
80 

107 

7 

61 

100 
11 
80 
06 
08 
09 
68 
88 
41 
99 


$400 70 
80 30 
140 84 


Bradford, Tillage 

Brain trao ................ 


Brookflold 


558 04 


CboisoA ............••••■■ 


491 85 


Corinth .................. 


013 65 


Falrlee 


182 17 


Nowbory. ..-..••.■...>•> • 


640 72 


Wftlfi RI Vftr , . . . . r r « « - 


42 51 


Onnse.. ...••-•.......■•■ 


11170 
1,007 20 

■"'itt'o? 

252 76 
102 16 
208 32 
115 15 
142 06 
87 00 
804 62 


870 40 


Randolph 


061 87 


Randolph, TillAge.... 
Strafford....! f. 


66 70 
485 78 


Thetford 


605 07 


Topahan •.... >..>■ 


505 07 


Tnnbridffo ...•■•. ^..r..^** 


001 15 


Vornbire 


412 01 


Washington 


534 35 


Weat Fairloe 


348 86 


WlinamttoYn....,.r*.... 


601 15^ 






Total 


01,604 00 


1,417 


08.442 11 


04.720 88 


1,420 


08,622 5a 





ORLEANS COUNTr. 



Albany. 
Barton . 



Barton, Tillage. 
Landing 



Barton Landing... 

Brownington 

Charleaton 

CoToniry 

Graftsbury 

I>erby 

Derby Center ..... 

Derby Line , 

West Derby 

GloTor 

Greensboro 

Holland 

Irasbargh 

Jay 

Lowell 

Morgan 

KewDort 

Newport, village. 
Trov 

IforthTroy 

Westfleld 

Westmore 



ToUl 



0105 50 
543 03 



100 75 
107 73 
187 74 
244 64 
875 80 



280 08 
189 05 
157 62 
229 26 

M 00 
143 87 

08 70 
748 81 



288 99 



112 83 
78 53 



73 

73 

4 

4 

52 

68 

58 

88 

94 

6 

2 

6 

72 

77 

55 

02 

38 

64 

37 

64 

8 

57 

6 

33 

80 



04,746 83 1,135 06,762 01 



$484 01 

434 01 

23 88 

28 83 

800 81 

406 12 

845 55 

404 40 

500 03 

85 75 

11 02 

85 75 

428 00 

458 74 

327 68 

800 SO 

226 80 

881 20 

220 48 

381 20 

47 06 

330 59 

85 75 

106 60 

232 35 



$190 87 
548 47 



164 10 
201 SO 
180 80 
245 74 

885 56 



225 46 
190 05 
160 85 
280 05 

67 07 
148 06 

06 72 
732 77 

■208*87 

"iii'M 

85 25 



04.708 12 



1,187 



RUTLAND COUNTr. 



Benson 

Brandon 

Castleton 

Chittenden 

Clarendon 

Danbv 

Fair Haven 

Fair Haven, village . 

Hubbard ton 

Ira 

Mendon 

Middletnwn Springs — 

Mount Holly 

Monnt Tabor 



$250 80 


61 


866 87 


74 


801 26 


66 


142 08 


38 


270 71 


56 


218 14 


90 


577 57 


22 







157 37 


38 


84 80 


21 


85 20 


81 


206 23 


38 


203 27 


00 


42 81 


10 



$443 27 

443 27 

24 20^ 

24 20 

015 75 

418 08 

852 10 

503 0» 

570 70- 

36 48 

12 14 

36 48 

437 20 

467 56- 

838 07 

376 48 

230 74 

888 62 

230 74 

888 6^ 

48 58 

846 11 

36 43 

200 3A 

230 82 



$0,004 07 



$363 42 


$251 46 


61 


0370 40 


440 87 


867 48 


74 


440 84 


803 21 


898 84 


66 


400 77 


232 35 


146 15 


80 


236 82 


333 64 


266 02 


56 


840 04 


589 82 


215 84 


00 


001 15 


181 07 


038 75 


22 


133 50 


53 62 







54 65 


226 80 


137 60 


88 


230 74 


125 11 


84 02 


21 


127 52 


184 00 


85 12 


81 


188 24 


226 30 


205 00 


88 


230 74 


571 05 


202 47 


06 


682 03 


113 20 


42 78 


10 


115 37 



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State Hlarli^fv-ay Tax— Continued. 

KUTLA^ND COnKTY-Continned. 



10WSB. 



Five 

per eent 

tax. 



1001. 



MUm. 



Appor- 
tionment. 



Five 

percent 

tax. 



1002. 



MUea. 



Appor- 
tionment. 



Pawlet 

PitUfield 

Pitteford 

Poaltney 

Pioctor 

Proctor, village . 

Rntland, city 

Bailand, town 

Sherborne 

Shrewsbury ........ . 

Sndbary 

Tin month 

Wallingford 

Wells .- 

West Haven 

WestBntland 



Barre, city 

Barre, town 

Berlin 

Cabot 

Cabott yillaKe 

Calait.... 

Bazbory 

East Montpelier 

Fayston 

Marsbfleld 

Middlesex 

Montpelier 

Moretown 

Northileld 

Northfleld, village . 

Plainfleld 

Roxbary 

Waltsfleld 

Warren . 



Waterbnry 

Waterbnry, village. 

Woodbury 

Worcester 



TCtal 



Athens 

BrattleboTO 

BratUeboro, village. 

Brookilne , 

Dover 

Dommerston 

GrafUm , 

Gaflford 

HaUfax 

Jamaica 

Xroodonderry 

Marlboro 

Kewfiane 

Putney 

Bockingham. 

BeUows 
Somerset... 
StrattOB .... 



Falls. 



N44M 

76 46 
588 81 
607 84 
65128 



8»840 68 
486 67 
82 84 
215 77 
14160 
115 60 
580 88 
158 10 
141 67 
804 86 



Total 018,186 10 



0351 51 
125 11 
405 18 
470 66 
28 88 
47 66 
268 10 
178 78 
814 48 
452 70 
220 48 
256 18 
428 00 
262 14 
208 52 
208 52 



08,102 51 



0456 58 
76 56 

530 00 
606 50 
556 18 

'8i845'65 
428 12 
82 07 
215 74 
148 56 
115 84 
546 78 
154 27 
141 08 
888 88 



0858 26 
187 52 
412 01 
470 70 
24 20 
48 58 
278 25 
182 17 
218 60 
461 40 
224 67 
261 10 
481 13 
261 10 
212 58 
212 58 



012.880 60 



1,850 



08,853 18 



01.822 06 
601 27 
281 24 
260 70 



WASHINGTON OOUNTT. 
0220 43 

483 50 

484 01 

440 87 
28 70 
505 77 
226 30 
468 74 
288 31 
458 75 
440 87 
•32172 



248 44 
164 65 
826 58 
86 68 
228 01 
208 13 
2,501 86 
248 23 
570 12 



103 60 
186 36 
348 67 
160 00 
617 42 



153 51 
126 07 



87 
81 
78 
74 

5 
100 
38 
77 
40 
77 
74 
54 
62 
85 
10 
47 
61 
43 
55 
76 

5 
60 
45 



00,372 62 1.287 07,667 60 



600 41 
00 58 
280 01 
368 42 
256 18 
827 68 
446 88 
20 70 
411 08 
268 10 



01,862 82 
708 03 
202 20 
250 30 

'"'"248*06 
161 06 
800 14 
88 07 
230 80 
214 48 
2,561 88 
255 06 
582 84 

■""'i07'02 
181 68 
255 88 
167 00 
614 66 

""lis'w 

122 74 



00,300 67 



30 
81 
73 
74 

5 
101 
88 
77 
40 
77 
74 
53 
62 
85 
10 
47 
61 
48 
55 
75 

5 

60 
45 



1,288 



0286 82 
401 85 
448 87 
440 84 

80 86 
618 20 
280 74 
467 56 
242 80 
467 56 
440 84 
815 76 
876 48 
516 14 

60 72 
285 80 
870 40 
861 10 
338 07 
456 41 

80 86 
418 08 
278 26 



07,820 07 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 



048 02 


22 


2,426 67 


65 




25 


88 05 


10 


08 10 


52 


211 37 


72 


167 11 


61 


186 04 


88 


107 50 


82 


148 20 


86 


210 12 


71 


04 28 


79 


103 03 


82 


264 56 


64 


2.066 20 


70 
10 
10 


82 47 


50 02 


26 



0181 07 


010 80 


22 


0188 50 


387 25 


2,617 46 


66 


304 60 


148 04 




26 


15180 


118 20 


38 82 


10 


115 37 


800 81 


06 65 


62 


815 75 


428 06 


208 60 


72 


437 20 


863 43 


150 68 


61 


870 40 


524 28 


185 01 


88 


684 86 


488 54 


103 61 


82 


407 02 


518 87 


148 67 


86 


522 21 


438 00 


212 21 


71 


481 18 


470 66 


05 01 


70 


470 70 


488 54 


100 77 


82 


407 02 


881 20 


280 00 


64 


888 62 


470 66 


2,054 82 


70 


470 70 


50 58 




10 


60 72 


50 58 


85 46 


10 


00 72 


154 00 


52 35 


26 


157 88 



*028L27 deducted tram this amount under the provisions of No. 126. Acts of 1000, and 
entered as a credit on ** Sundry Receipts *' account. 

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State Hlirltway Tax— Continued. 

WINOHAM COONTY-ConUiiattd. 



TOWNS. 



Five 
per oent 

tax. 



1901. 



Miles. 



Appor- 
tionment. 



Five 

per oent 

tax. 



1902. 



Miles. 



Appor- 
tionment. 



TowDsbend 

Vernon 

Wardsboro 

Westminster 

Wbltinghsm 

Wllminfcton 

Wilmington, tillage. 
Wiudbam 

Total 



$189 80 
1S9 49 
91 61 
898 97 
192 2S 
855 91 

"""7803 



$170 00 
184 69 
405 12 
500 41 
580 24 
440 87 
17 87 
285 97 



$7,793 86 



1,470 



$8,757 88 



$185 71 
162 18 
93 19 
898 74 
189 72 
365 18 

"""io'ii 



$7,880 81 



1,470 



$470 70 
188 U 
412 01 
616 14 
640 43 
440 84 
18 22 
291 47 



$8,926 12 



WINDSOR OOUNTr. 



Andorer 

BalUmore 

Barnard 

Bethel 

Bridgewater 

C^vendisb 

Chester , 

Bartford 

Hartland 

Ludlow 

Lndlow, Tillage .... 

Korwich 

Plymouth 

Pomfret 

Beading 

Bocbester 

Rojalton 

Sbazon , 

Springfield 

Springfield, Tillage. 

Btoekbridge , 

Weatbersfleld 

Weston 

West Windsor 

Windsor 

Windsor, village . ... 
Woodstock 

Woodstoek, village. 



Total. 



$69 41 
15 88 

169 29 
419 12 

170 84 
890 04 
627 83 

1,271 91 
8.t2 60 
472 80 



249 74 
131 00 
201 88 
186 04 
288 84 
380 91 
185 35 
1,042 00 



166 84 
255 42 
144 52 
128 60 
518 05 



1,487 06 



49 

8 

99 

89 

64 

60 

110 

107 

108 

65 

8 

103 

80 

91 

73 

78 

90 

62 

110 

12 

66 

100 

58 

51 

83 

4 

95 
8 



$8,117 96 1,881 $11,224 88 



$291 93 

47 66 
689 82 
530 24 
881 29 
857 46 
655 86 
637 48 
613 43 
887 25 

47 66 
618 64 
476 62 
612 16 
434 91 
464 70 
536 20 
809 38 
655 86 

71 50 
803 21 
695 77 
845 65 
821 72 
196 60 

23 88 
665 99 

47 66 



$71 15 
15 01 
169 03 
417 60 
177 65 
881 75 
524 21 
1,842 11 
863 74 
465 85 

"""iio'is 

127 02 
211 06 
189 68 
282 86 
887 49 
180 77 
1,043 15 

""i59'07 
267 26 
142 78 
127 73 
529 54 

'i'iii'ii 



$8,218 95 



49 
8 

99 
89 
64 
60 
110 
107 
108 
65 
8 
103 
80 
90 
76 
78 
90 
62 
110 
12 
66 
100 
58 
64 
83 
4 

95 
8 



1,886 



$397 64 

48 68 
601 15 
540 43 
888 62 
864 83 
667 94 
649 72 
655 80 
894 69 

48 68 
625 44 
485 78 
646 50 
46149 
473 68 
646 60 
876 48 
667 91 

72 87 
400 76 
607 22 
862 19 
827 89 
200 88 

24 20 
576 86 

48 68 



$11,452 18 



G0BB8 AND UNORGANIZED TOWNS. 



Averill 


$56 28 

6 63 

13 50 

6 49 
60 41 
51 15 
250 
8 54 


6 

1 

1 
5 


$29 80 
696 


$47 84 
8 12 
13 60 

6 49 

60 02 

51 15 

260 

8 64 


5 
1 

1 
5 


$30 86 


Avery's Gore, Chittenden 
County ................ 


6 07 


Avery's Gore, Essex 
County ................ 




Avery's Gore, Franklin 
County 


696 
29 80 


6 07 


Ferdinand 


80 86 


Lewis 




Warner's Grant 






Warren's Gore 












Total 


$204 45 


12 


$71 62 


$198 16 


12 


$72 86 





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State UitfltTray Tax— Continued. 

AGGREGATE BY COUNTIBS. 
1901. 



COUNTIES. 



Tax paid. 



Hilea. 



Appor- 
tionment. 



Addison 

Bennington . 
Oaledonia ... 
Chittenden . 



Franklin .... 
Grand lale.. 

Lamoille 

Orange...... 

Orleana , 

Rntland 

Waabington. 
Windham ..., 

WindMr 

Gores, eto... 



Total 



98,248 15 

6,284 81 
8,018 08 

11,778 91 
1,459 21 
6,738 87 
881 48 
2,485 04 
4,894 90 
4,748 83 

12,186 19 
9,272 62 
7,793 88 
9,117 96 
204 46 



188,621 81 



1,189 
762 

1,189 
885 

431 

1,054 

170 

682 

1,417 

1,185 

1,360 

1,287 

1.470 

1.884 

12 



14,877 



$6,785 87 
4,589 78 
7,088 74 
5,272 60 
2,667 77 
6,279 41 
1,012 81 
4,068 20 
8,442 11 
6.762 01 
8.102 51 
7,667 60 
8,757 88 

11,224 88 
71 52 



*888,688 19 



Leas balanoe not oertlfled as expended for permanent roads, oarrled forward to 
next year 



Amount actoaUy paid 

Apportionment per mile of highway. 



919 58 
" ^.718 61 

15.957727 

* Imdades the following amonnts not oertifled as expended for permanent roads brought 
orer from 1900, vis.: 

Landgrove |0 04 

lianenester. «. 8 89 

Berkshire 10 

Chelsea 1 88 

CoTentry 6 47 



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State Uitfltway Tax— Continued. 

AOGRBGATE BY COUNTIES-Continottd. 
1902. 



Addison..... 
Bennioffton . 
Caledonia .. 
Chittenden . 



Franklin — 
Grand Isle .. 
Lamoille ..... 

Orange 

Orleans 

Ratland 

Washington. 
Windham ... 

Windsor 

Gores, etc ... 



Total. 



COUNTIES. 



Tax 
paid. 



$8,280 82 
6,888 77 
8,088 10 

11,758 10 
1,481 10 
8,828 81 
706 62 
2,471 60 
4,729 88 
4,788 12 

12,880 80 
9,890 87 
7,880 81 
9,218 95 
198 18 



189,507 60 



HUes. 



1,189 

768 

1,190 

886 

432 

1,064 

170 

887 

1,420 

1,187 

1,869 

1,288 

1,470 

1,886 

12 



14,802 



Appor- 
tionment. 



$8,916 24 
4,888 09 
7.226 91 
6,878 87 
2,828 20 
6.400 08 
1.082 27 
4,171 69 
8,882 60 
8,904 07 
8.862 18 
7,820 97 
8,928 12 

11,462 18 
72 86 



•890,427 08 



Apportionment per mile of highway $8.072192 

* Inolades the following amounts not certified as expended for permanent roads brought 
oyer fkt>m 1901 : 

Granville 

Mlddlebnry, village 

Bennington Center, village 

Glastenbory ..M 

LandgroTO 

BeadsDoro 

Klrby 

Sutton 

Brighton « 

Bmnswick 

Norton 

Bden 

Hyde Park 

Stowe 

Orange 



Barton. 

Charleston 

Derby Line, yillage . 

WellS 

Cabot 

Nortbfleld 

Warren 



Waterbory, Tillage... < 

Dover 

Bellows Falls, village . 
Korwioh.. 



Sprinafleld, village 

Stockbridge 

Weston 

Windsor, village 

Unorganised towns and gores . 



$60 04 


6862 


10 92 


17 87 


10 98 


88 88 


17 86 


1150 


28 57 


2885 


119 15 


81 64 


4 47 


1192 


78 


5 18 


40 60 


1192 


26 21 


49 27 


1141 


148 
29 79 


5 60 


59 58 


89 14 


71 50 


88 08 


12 40 


88 83 


7152 



Total.. ~ $919 58 



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BBCXIPTS FROM COUNTY CLERKS-JUDGMENTS A.ND BALANCES. 



NAME. 



KafiM Wainwrlxbt... 
Harry T. Cuthman... 

Albro F. NioboU 

OrmanP. Bay 

Georse A . Habbard . . 
WUbnrP DavlB..... 

B. R. flatbaway 

Smith B. Waite 

Cnrtia 8- Emery . . . . . 

H. B. Casbman 

H. A. Harman 

MelTiUeE Smilie.... 

J. H. Merrifleld 

J. Read Pember 



Total. 



County. 



Additon 

Bennington.. 
Caledonia.... 
Cbittenden . . 

Essex 

Franklin 

Grand Itle... 

Lamoille 

Orange 

Orleans 

Batland 

Waabington . 
Windbam ... 
Windsor 



FI8C4L YiARS ExDora— 



June 80. 1901. 



Jone 80. 1902. 



$356 07 



2,108 92 
4,528 35 
2.005 52 
2,988 89 



1.048 56 
832 78 
1,286 49 
4009 80 
1,881 12 
2,639 26 
1,405 92 



125.020 18 



$607 87 



1,567 21 
8,542 80 



765 21 
2,970 69 
1,474 80 
1,746 89 
8.467 00 
8,794 08 
1,974 85 
3,625 19 



$30,585 54 



RECEIPTS FROM JUDGES OF PROBATE-FEES. 




NAME. 


District. 


FUCAL YKAB8 ENDING - 


June 80, 193L 


Jane 80, 1902. 


James M.Slade 


Addison 


$09 50 

487 50 

1,007 00 

292 50 

1,019 00 

404 00 

1,840 50 

2,80150 

876 60 

2,414 50 

181 03 

867 50 

574 50 

679 00 

2,879 50 

2,310 50 

882 50 

8,975 00 

1,038 50 

958 50 

994 60 




William H. Bliss 


Addison 


$694 00 


John D. Smith 


New Haven 




E A. Hass«1tin^ - 


New Haren . 


224 00 


John V. Carney 


Bennington ............. 


{ 689 50 


William B Bdgerton 


Manchester. .■■....••... 


154 00 


WalterP Bmith 


Caledonia 


1,095 50 

1,857 50 

291 CO 


Maroellns A. Bingham 


Chittenden 


Robert Chase 


Essex 

Fianklin .... 


OtlsN Xelton 


1,561 50 
86 00 


William Havnea 


Grand Tsle .......•• 


Edwin C. While 


Lamoille 


18L 50 


Samnel M. Glesson 


Bradford . 


786 50 


William fl. Niobols 


Randolph 


205 00 


Frank E. Alfred 


Orleans 


679 50 


Thomas C. Bobbins 


Kntland 


2,056 50 
637 50 


Henry L. Clark 


Fair B^aven ...... 


Hiram Carleton 


Washington 


966 50 


Bleoser L. Waterman 


Marlboro 


1,265 00 
827 00 


T^arant M. Read 


Westminster 


ZinaH. ABbee ~ 

Thomas 0. Seaver 


Westminster 

Hartford 


426 50 
564 00 


Frank A.Walker 


Windsor 










Total 


$26,714 58 


$15,198 50 







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BIEXXIAL REPORT OF 



PAYMENTS BY TOWNS ON ACCOUNT OF EXCESS 

PROFIT ON LIQUOR AGENCY SALES. 

1901 AND 1902. 

Under the provisions of sections 4456 and 4457 of Vermont 
Statutes as amended by No. 88 of the Public Acts of 1898, 
towns are required to pay into the State Treasury any excess 
of profits over ten per cent, of the total sales of liquor, and 
it is made the duty of the Auditors to report to the State 
Auditor and Treasurer the condition of the liquor agency 
accounts of the several towns and cities within fifteen days 
after making a settlement thereof. 

The total sales of liquor for the year preceding February 1, 
1901, as returned to this office, were |280,037.29; profits' on 
same, |27,955.45; excess paid State, |3,012.77. For the year 
preceding February 1, 1902, the figures were: total sales, 
?356,622.20; profit, f33,609.91; excess paid State, ?2,759.43. 

The following abstract shows the details of the reports re- 
ceived as to total sales, profits, amounts retained by towns, 
and excess due the State: 



ABSTRACT OF REPORT FROM TOWNS MAINTAINING LIQUOR 

AGENCIES FOR 1901 AND 1902. 
Towns omitted did not maintain an agency. 

ADDISON COUNTY. 



TOWNS. 


Total tales. 


Profit. 


Ten per cent 
total Bales. 


Ezceeadne 
Sute. 


1901. 
Bristol 


$2,071 50 
679 55 

2,554 55 
836 15 

3,886 45 


$401 00 

61 21 

17162 

25 16 

337 03 


$207 15 
67 95 

255 46 
83 61 

338 65 


$193 85 


Liinooln 


Middlebnry 




Orwell 




Vergennes ................ 








Total 


$9,528 20 


$996 02 


$962 82 


$193 85 




1902. 
Bristol 


$2,406 04 

1,041 42 

3,273 03 

874 93 

3,205 86 


$198 22 

161 52 

363 57 

56 39 

319 35 


$240 60 

104 14 

327 30 

87 49 

320 59 




Lincoln . .... .--- .... ...... 


$57 38 


Middlebnry 


36 27 


Orwell 




Vergennes 








Total 


$10,801 28 


$1,099 05 


$1,080 12 


$93 65 







1901. 
BenniDflrton ........ 


BE 


INNINGTON 

$5,677 47 

2,867 75 

172 00 


COUNTY. 

$715 77 

278 59 

48 


$567 75 

286 78 

17 20 


$148 02 


Manchester 




Pern 










Total ....... . 


$8,717 22 


$994 84 


$871 73 


$148 02 









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Iilauor Aareney Reporta^Contlnued. 

BENNINGTON COUNTY— Continued. 



T0WH8. 


Total gales. 


Profit. 


Ten per cent 
toUl salBB. 


Ezcees doe 
SUto. 


1902. 
Bennington ........... ..«• 


$6,446 15 

1,435 90 

3,675 32 

163 59 

156 75 


$713 24 

139 97 

363 30 

13 38 

7 93 


$644 62 

143 59 

367 53 

16 36 

15 68 


$68 62 


Dorset .... .... ..•••• ....*. 




Manchester ............... 




Peru 




Shaftobury .--— ^-... 








Total 


$11,877 71 


$1,237 82 


$1,187 78 


$68 62 







C 

1901. 
Bnrke 


ALEDONIA 

$2,852 58 

1,320 28 

534 46 

10,823 23 


COUNTY. 

$272 61 

128 18 

38 32 

1,109 82 


$285 26 

132 03 

53 45 

1,082 32 




Danville 




Peacham 




St. Johnsbnrv. ........ .... 


$27 50 






Total 


$15,530 55 


$1,548 93 


$1,553 06 


$27 50 






1902. 
Barke 


$3,143 87 

1,472 45 

2,313 92 

568 89 

12,045 55 


$292 61 
92 54 

22:^89 
44 73 

530 50 


$314 39 

147 25 

231 39 

56 89 

1,204 56 




Danville 




Lvndon .................. 




Peacham ................. 




fcSt. Jobnsbnry. 








Total 


$19,514 68 


$1,184 27 


$1,954 48 









CHITTENDEN COUNTY. 



Bolton . 
Colchester .. 

Essex 

Hinesburgh . 
Huntington , 
Jericho ..... 

Milton 

Richmond .. 
Wiliiston ... 



1901. 



Total 



Bolton . 
Burlington .. 
Colchester .. 

Essex 

Hinesburgh . 
Huntington . 

Jericho 

Milton 

Richmond .. 
Underbill... 
Willihton ... 



1902. 



Total 



$585 60 
6,275 28 
2,681 34 
1,511 18 
1,921 50 
598 85 
4,397 00 
2,949 39 
1,250 82 



$22,170 96 



$194 86 
13,490 21 
8,693 10 
3,225 57 
1,687 58 
2,748 65 
769 46 
4,394 96 
4,365 10 
2,430 28 
1,886 90 



$43,886 67 



$56 01 
561 36 
389 43 
141 53 
249 10 
36 35 
436 50 
288 29 
125 08 



$2,283 65 



$24 43 
809 06 
967 34 
297 43 
164 69 
296 59 
62 03 
428 25 
426 02 
263 51 
188 69 



$3,928 04 



$58 56 
627 53 
268 13 
151 12 
192 15 
59 89 
439 70 
294 94 
125 08 



$2,217 10 



$19 48 
1,349 02 
869 31 
322 56 
168 76 
274 85 
76 95 
439 50 
436 51 
243 03 
188 69 



$4,388 66 



$121 30 
"'56'95 



$178 25 



$4 95 
'98'03 



21 74 



20 48 



$145 20 



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lilquor Aveney Reports— Continued. 

ESSEX COUNTY. 



1901. 

Bakenfield 

Enosbargh 

Fairfax 

Fairfield 

Rioh&rd 

St. Albans, city . 

Sheldon 

Swanton 



Total 



1902. 

Bakersfield 

Enosburgh 

Fairfax 

Fletcher 

Highgate 

Montgomery 

Ricbford 

St. Albans, city. . 
St. Albans, town. 

Sheldon. ..•• 

Swanton 



Total. 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. 



$2,096 23 
1,747 24 
1,721 25 
1,324 67 
1,238 12 
2,490 54 
8,377 16 
957 00 
6,617 60 



$26,169 81 



$3 
2 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2 

19 
9 
1 
6 



,129 25 
,377 58 
,875 42 
,308 85 
,503 56 
,497 39 
,542 67 
,867 51 
,072 95 
,184 73 
,695 73 



$53,055 64 



$il6 41 
129 26 
159 58 
31 44 
131 58 
238 06 
1,018 78 
111 35 
385 90 



$2,622 36 



$538 56 
86 83 
182 04 
178 90 
270 61 
134 83 
246 09 
2,691 13 
936 55 
167 77 
673 61 



$6,106 92 



$269 62 
174 72 
172 12 
132 47 
123 81 
249 05 
837 72 
95 70 
561 76 



$2,616 97 



$312 93 
237 76 
187 54 
130 88 
250 36 
249 74 
254 27 
1,986 75 
907 29 
118 47 
669 57 



$5,305 56 



TOWNS. 


Total Mdet. 


ProfllL 


Ten per cent 
totaJ Mdea. 


EzcoM dne 
SUto. 


1901. 
Brighton ...••. ...... 


$6,290 09 
2,454 95 


$533 78 
15196 


$529 00 
245 49 


$4 78 


Concord. ...... ...... ...... 








Total 


$7,745 04 


$685 74 


$774 49 


$4 78 






1902. 
Brighton ...••• ...... ...... 


$5,311 75 
2,378 85 


$581 21 
119 83 


$531 17 
237 89 


$50 04 


Concord .................. 








Total 


$7,690 60 


$701 04 


$769 06 


$50 04 







$146 79 



7 77 



181 06 
15 65 



$351 27 



$225 63 



48 02 
20 2o 



704 38 
29 26 
49 30 

4 04 



$1,080 88 



Cambridge . 

Eden 

Hyde Park .. 
Johnson..... 
Morristown , 

Stowe 

Wolcott 



1901. 



Total.. 



GRAND ISLE COUNTY. 
No Agencies. 

LAMOILLE COUNTY. 



$2,741 79 
2,950 90 
4,605 13 
3,269 87 
6,312 09 
3,673 17 
1,567 50 



$25,020 45 



$255 85 
474 25 
768 01 
326 28 
691 22 
434 86 
150 01 



$3400 48 



$274 18 
295 09 
460 51 
326 99 
631 21 
857 31 
156 75 



$2,502 04 



$179 16 
307 SO 



60 01 
77 55 



S624 22 



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67 



I<l«iaor Am^ueT Report*— Continiaed. 

LAMOILLE COUNTY— Continued. 



TOWNS. 



Total mIm. 



Pioflt. 



Ten per oant 
toul salM. 



ExcMt dae 
Bute. 



1902. 

Cambridge 

Eden 

HjdePark 

Johnson 

Morristown .... 

8towe 

Wolcott 

Total.... 



$2,865 83 
2,933 95 
4,462 52 
3,462 73 
6,081 09 
3,338 42 
2,547 38 



$184 52 
814 35 
446 25 
346 27 
611 96 
288 86 
252 71 



$286 58 
293 40 
446 25 
346 27 
608 10 
333 84 
254 74 



$25,691 92 



$2,U4 92 



$2,569 18 



$20 95 



8 86 



$24 81 



ORANGE COUNTY. 



1901. 

Bradford 

Chelsea 

Newbury 

Randolph 

Topaham 

Williamstown . . 

Total 

1902. 

Bradford 

Chelsea 

Newbrny.. 

Randolph 

Topsham. .••••. 
Williamstown . . 

Total.... 



$5,207 99 
1,634 48 
851 04 
5,913 55 
1,631 83 
1,496 90 


$809 71 

201 10 

19 38 

381 14 

116 65 

52 09 


$520 79 
163 45 
85 10 
591 36 
163 18 
149 69 


$288 92 
37 65 

... ■••«.. 








$16,735 79 


$1,580 07 


$1,673 57 


$326 57 


$5,292 29 
1,510 82 
740 23 
6,424 67 
1,409 00 
1,479 98 


$413 93 
130 23 
—115 21 
433 00 
159 31 
153 00 


, $529 23 
151 08 
74 02 
642 47 
140 90 
148 00 










$18 41 
5 00 


$16,856 99 


$1,174 26 


$1,685 70 


$23 41 



1901. 
Albany ........ 

Barton 

Craftsbory 

Glover 

Irasbargh 

Newport 

Troy 

Total .... 

1902. 

Albany 

Barton 

Craftsbnry 

Glover 

Greensboro 

Irasbargh 

Newport 

Troy 

Total .... 



ORLEANS C 

$1,312 631 
2,343 82 
1,517 63 
789 09 
654 04 
2,369 89 
1,042 73 


OUNTY. 

|121 81 
299 38 
140 97 
78 12 
7 73 
251 06 
113 35 


$131 26 
234 38 
151 76 
78 91 
65 40 
237 00 
104 27 


***$65'6o 




""ii'oe 

9 08 


$10,029 83 


$1,011 92 


$1,002 98 

$U8 47 

257 76 

143 87 

86 20 

75 62 

58 25 

247 16 

94 64 


$88 14 


$1,184 67 

2,577 55 

1,438 70 

86195 

756 16 

582 45 

2,471 58 

946 40 


$70 12 

136 86 

78 07 

55 24 

43 90 

—12 57 

222 82 

94 04 




















$10,819 46 


$688 48 


$1,081 97 





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BIENNIAL REPORT OF 



I<l«nor Aveney Reports*— Continued. 

RUTLAND COUNTY. 



TOWNS. 



Total 



1901. 

Brandon 

Castleton 

Danby 

Fair Haven .... 

PittBfield 

Poultney 

Proctor 

Rutland, city... 
Shrewsbury .... 
Wallingford.... 
West Rotland.. 

Total .... 

1902. 

Brandon 

Castleton 

Danby 

Fair Haven..... 
Poultney ...... 

Proctor 

Rutland, city... 
Shrewsbury .... 
Wallingford... 
West Rutland . , 

Total . .. . 



$3,962 24 
2,804 23 
1,786 59 
1,424 07 
1,057 43 
1,513 56 
273 29 

12,192 70 
1,526 16 
5,040 55 
4,834 51 



136,415 83 



1 

1 
1 

1 



,864 57 
,967 42 
,804 43 
,528 12 
,135 27 
239 05 
J28 22 
,035 88 



20, 
3, 
4, 
8,432 67 



$47,998 01 



Proflt. 



Ten per cent 
total sties. 



$344 42 
205 22 
314 96 
241 99 
177 42 
142 31 
22 81 
1,481 57 
176 91 
539 84 
223 15 



$3,870 60 



$336 86 
284 84 
127 00 
185 43 
109 28 
81 99 
2,671 98 
880 21 
415 47 
835 88 



$5,377 43 



$396 22 
280 42 
178 66 
142 41 
105 74 

151 35 
27 33 

1,219 27 

152 62 
504 05 
483 45 



$3,641 52 



$386 46 
296 74 
180 44 
152 81 
113 53 
23 91 
2,072 82 
303 59 
426 24 
843 27 



$4,799 81 



Excess due 
State. 



$136 30 
99 58 
71 68 



262 30 
24 29 
85 79 



$629 94 



$32 62 

"Tos 

599 16 
76 62 



$716 48 



WASHINGTON COUNTY. 



1901. 

Barre, city 

Barre, town 

Marsbfield 

Middlesex 

Montpelier 

Northfleld 

Plainfield 

Warren 

Waterbury 



Town , 



1902. 



Barre, city.. 
Barre, town. 
Marsbfield .. 
Middlesex .. 
Montpelier .. 
Northfleld .. 
Plainfield ... 

Warren 

Waterbury-. 

Total . 



$7,073 30 
3,468 66 
1,424 49 
2,017 66 

29,544 26 
4,161 55 
1,905 54 
2,373 67 
3,461 66 



$55,430 TO 

$7,494 13 
4,064 56 
1,393 00 
2,836 53 

28,814 50 
4,875 10 
2,597 16 
2,066 02 
3,720 02 



$57,861 02 



$5TO 69 
356 97 
135 75 
256 69 
2,999 54 
889 89 
190 68 
237 37 
353 86 



$5,500 U 



$496 88 
894 36 
134 51 
286 23 
8,292 61 
474 26 
278 22 
179 52 
348 95 



$5,885 54 



$707 33 
346 87 
142 45 
201 77 
2,954 42 
416 16 
190 55 
237 87 
346 16 



$5,543 08 



$749 41 
406 45 
139 30 
283 65 
2,881 45 
487 51 
259 72 
206 60 
872 00 



$5,786 09 



$10 10 



54 92 
45 12 



IS 
'I'lO 



$117 97 



$2 58 
411 16 

' 'is'io 



$432 24 



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59 



lilanor AgexkCT Reports— Continued. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 



TOWNS. 


Total mIm. 


Profli. 


Ten per rent 
total sales. 


Excess dne 
State. 


1901. 
Brattleboro ... .----. ...... 


$9,098 87 

611 26 

1,027 85 

6,301 00 


$679 12 
39 84 
13 83 


$909 89 

61 13 

102 78 

630 10 




GraftoQ 




LoDdonderTY .............. 




Rockingham .............. 










Total 


$17,038 98 


$732 79 


$1,703 90 








1902. 
Brattleboro ............... 


$8,693 14 

589 08 

1,313 36 

7,116 88 


$525 55 

19 62 

143 70 

189 07 


$869 31 

58 91 

131 33 

711 69 




Grafton 




Londonderry 


$12 37 


Bookingham 






Total 


$17,712 46 


$877 94 


$1,771 24 


$12 37 







WINDSOR COUNTY. 



1901. 

Barnard 

Bethel 

Bridgewater 

Cavendish 

Chester 

Hartford 

Hartland 

Lndlow 

PoDifret 

Reading.. ..... .. 

Rochester 

Royalton 

Springfield 

Weston 

Windsor 

Woodstock 



Total 



1902. 

Barnard 

Bethel 

Bridgewater .... 

Carendi»h 

Chester 

Hartford 

HarUand 

Ludlow 

Pomfret 

Residing 

Rochester 

Royalton 

Springfield 

Weston 

Windsor 

Woodstock 

Total 



$648 65 


$42 90 
248 26 
140 27 
173 01 
257 66 
265 78 
119 35 
819 02 

*'**i22"65 
158 70 
78 23 
424 00 
161 35 
893 82 
123 21 


$64 87 
258 28 
144 87 
144 28 
217 11 
239 33 
121 98 
327 92 

36 30 
181 24 

98 02 
179 71 
294 23 
158 32 
364 46 
119 52 




2,582 82 




1,448 75 




1,442 78 
2,171 09 
2,393 28 
1,219 80 
3,279 15 
362 99 


$28 73 
40 55 
26 45 




1,812 40 

980 21 

1,797 11 


*'"66"68 


2,942 29 
1,583 18 
3,H44 63 
1,195 21 


129 77 

3 03 

29 36 

3 69 


$29,504 34 


$3,027 61 


$2,950 44 


$322 26 


$715 09 


$67 60 
250 99 
143 94 

65 88 
361 68 
252 69 

75 57 

482 49 

7 21 

128 39 
4 28 

161 80 
168 80 

129 80 
394 39 
205 69 


$71 51 
268 22 
149 78 
138 04 
360 80 
235 49 

99 04 
508 15 

40 86 
169 38 

83 17 
203 33 
300 14 
145 22 
852 08 
157 35 





2,682 19 




1,497 84 
1,380 37 
3,608 01 
2.354 87 
990 37 




""$3*88 
17 20 


5,081 55 
408 64 

1,693 84 
831 74 








2,033 26 




3,001 43 
1,452 19 




3,520 83 
1,573 54 


42 :u 
48 34 


' $32,825 76 


$2,904 20 


$3,282 56 


$LU 73 



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60 



BIBNNIAL REPORT OP 



lilqnor Avency Reports— Contlnned. 

RECAPITULATION BY COUNTIES. 



COUNTIES. 



ToUl 



Proflt. 



T«n 



r«n per oenl 
toul mQm. 



cent 



EzceM doe 
State. 



1901. 

Addison 

BenDiDgtoD 

Caledonia 

Chittenden 

Essex 

Franklin 

Grand Isle (no agencies). 

Lamoille 

Orange 

Orleans 

Rutland 

Washington 

Windham 

Windsor 



Total. 



1902. 

Addison 

Bennington ..••••••..••. 

Caledonia 

Chittenden 

Essex 

Franklin 

Grand Isle (no agencies). 

Lamoille 

Orange 

Orleans 

Rutland 

Washington 

Windham 

Windsor 



$9,528 20 
8,717 22 

15,530 55 

22,170 96 
7,745 04 

26,169 81 



25,020 45 
16,735 79 
10,029 83 
36,415 33 
55,430 79 
17,038 98 
29,504 34 



$280,037 29 



Total. 



$10,801 28 
11,877 71 
19,544 68 
43,886 67 
7,690 60 
53,055 64 

'25^69i'92 
16,856 99 
10,819 46 
47,998 01 
57,861 02 
17,712 46 
82,825 76 



994 84 
1,548 93 
2,283 66 

685 74 
2,622 86 

'3",i66'48 
1,580 07 
1,011 92 
8.870 60 
5,500 44 
732 79 
8,027 61 



$27,955 45 



$356,622 20 



$1,099 05 
1,237 82 
1,184 27 
8,928 04 
701 04 
6,106 92 

"'2^444*92 
1,174 26 

688 48 
5,377 43 
5,885 54 

877 94 
2,904 20 



$33,609 91 



$952 82 

871 73 

1,553 04 

2,217 10 

774 49 

2,616 97 

"2^562'64 
1,673 57 
1,002 98 
3,641 52 
5,543 08 
1,703 90 
2,950 44 



$193 85 

148 02 

27 50 

178 23 

4 78 

351 27 

"624'22 

826 57 

88 14 

629 94 

117 97 

"322'26 



$28,003 68 



$1,060 12 
1,187 78 
1,954 48 
4,388 66 
769 06 
5,305 56 

"2i569'i8 
1,685 70 
1,081 97 
4,799 81 
5,786 09 
1,771 24 
8,282 56 



$35,662 21 



$3,012 77 



145 20 

50 04 

1,080 88 

'"'"24*81 
23 41 

"'"iie'is 

432 24 

12 37 

111 78 



$2,759 43 



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THE TRBASURER. 



61 



CHARTER FEES 

nnder § 1, No. 19, Acts of 1898, received from corporations 
created by special enactment. 

Fiscal year ending Jane 30, 1901. 



NAME OF COMPAKY. 



Amount. 



Newport, Hardwick and Montpelier R. R. Co. 
CitiMns' Tel^nttph and Telephone Exchange 
Proctorgyille Telesraph and Telephone Co. .. 

Franklin County Telephone Co 

Vermont Accident Insnranoe Co 

Washington County Telephone Co..... 

Mt. Kilbnrn Hospital 

Bellows Falls Trust Co 

Granville and Poaltney R. R. Co 

Addison and Panton Telephone Co 

Union Slate and Real Estate Co 

Chester Water and Light Co 

Brattleboro Hospital 

Essex and Mt. Mansfield Electric Railway Co 

Hart land Mntnal Fire Insnrance Co 

Peoples' Lighting, Heating and Power Co... . 

State Mutual Fire Insurance Co 

American Fidelity Co 

Peoples' Lighting and Heating Co 

Bristol Cemetery Association 

Congregational Church of Chester 

Forestdale Water Co 

Essex County Savings Bank and Trust Co 

White River Aqueduct Co 

Black River TruHt Co , 

Lincoln and Bristol Telephone Co 

East Bamet Water Co 

Prospect Cemetery Association 

Forest Stream Water Co 

New Haven Power and Manufacturing Co.. .. 
Vermont Mining and Improvement Co. ...••. 

Hard wick Cemetery Association 

Bradford Cemetery Association 

Total 



$100 00 
50 00 
25 00 
50 00 
25 00 
50 00 
10 00 
50 00 

100 00 
25 00 
25 00 

100 00 
10 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 

100 00 

100 00 
50 00 
10 00 
10 00 
25 00 
50 00 
25 00 
50 00 
25 00 
25 00 
10 00 
50 00 
25 00 
25 00 
10 00 
10 00 



$1,295 00 



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62 



BIENNIAL REPORT OF 



CHARTER FEES 

received of the Secretary of State under the provisionB of § 2, 
Act No. 19, Acts of 1898. 

(Incorporations under general law.) 

Fiscal year ending Jane 30, 1901. 



KAME OF COMPANY. 



Gaysyille Taroing Co..... 

Bradford Paper Co 

Chittenden Power Co 

Fair Haven Foundry and MachiDe Co 

Davis Feed Co 

Social Clnb No. 2, Barre 

Johnson Sl McCormiok..... 

Montreal and Brandon China Clay Co 

Northfield Slate Co 

Manchester Sewer Co 

Old Bee Hive 

Stone LnmberCo 

Stone-Tracy Co 

Rutland Wrapper and Skirt Co 

Vershire Creamery Association 

The New Bellows Falls Athletic Association 

Cushman & Kaukin Co 

Odd Fellows Building Association 

Lake Mausfield Trout Clab (Increase) 

Burlington Marble Co 

Wallingford Manufacturing Co 

Backus Co 

Malted Cereals Co 

Meccawe Club 

Lester H. Greene Co 

The Bartlett Co 

Northern Manufacturing Co 

New England Manufacturing Co 

Yale Wonder Clock Co 

Brown Mining Co... 

Harrison SupDiy Co , 

Caverly-Qouia Co. (loorease) 

St. Albans Hotel Co 

Mahocan Club 

The Fall Mountain Electric Light and Power Co 

Proctorsville Fraternal Co , 

Beecher Slate Co 

Juuction Hotel Co 

Warren Leather Co. (Increase) 

Burlington Driving Club , 

Fair Haven Electric Co 

The Hygiene Milk Co 

Fairfax Creamery. 

Graduate Nurses^ Association , 

New England Bridge Co 

J. G. TorDbttll Co 

Brattleboro Automobile Co , 

Lookout Farm , 

George C. Carey Co , 



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THE TRBASUBBB. 



63 



Cliarter Fee*, See. 2» No. 19» Acts of 1898. 

Fiscal year ending Jane SO, 1901— Continued. 



KAMB OF COMPANY. 



Vermont Lime Co. (Increase) 

Maple wood Sugar and Syrup Co.. 

Union Driving Fark Society 

Mountain Mining Co 

Peels Remedy Co 

Killington Mannfaoturing Co 

The Brandon Garment Co 

fiutland-Florenoe Marble Co 

Wait Radiator Co 

Molndoe Falls Electric Light Co .. 

Verd Mont Mills 

Ross Huntress Co 

Fletcher Dairymen's Association .. 

Raleigh Marble Co 

White Mop Wringer Co 

Burlington Humane Society 

The Bomoseen Slate Co 

Victory Lumber Co..... 

Robin Hood Powder Co 



Total $2,800 00 



Fiscal year ending June 30, 1902. 



Rutland Country Club 

White River Bottling Co 

Northfield Enterprise Co 

Manchester Light and Power Co 

Brandon Improvement Co. 

The West River Power Co 

MayhewA Wild Col 

St. Albans Foundry and Implement Co 

AH. Colvin Co 

Vermont Talc and Asbestos Co 

Wantastiouet Golf Club 

Lamoille valley Fair Ground Co 

Spanlding Brothers 

Capital Slate Co 

Richford Foundry Co 

Manchester Depot Sewer Co 

Cobble Hill Creamery 

Swanton Electric Co 

Missisqnoi Mineral Sprinss Co 

Rutland Street Railway Co. (lucieaso). ..... 

Green Mountain Belgian Hare Co 

Molly's Falls Electric Light and Power Co. 

Vermont Securities Co 

n. C. Jaquitb Co 

Archer Manufacturing Co 

Lewis Creek Creamery Co • 

South Starksboro Creamery Co • 

New England Hotel Co 

St. Johnsbury Electric Co. (Increase) 

Co-operative Association of Consumption... 

Court Marble Corporation 

St. Albans Street Kailway Co. (Increase) . . 

Missisquoi Pulp Co 

Eases Industrial Corporation 



$15 00 
25 00 
10 00 
10 00 
23 00 
10 00 
23 00 

800 00 
25 00 
10 00 
50 00 
50 00 
10 00 
25 00 
50 00 
25 00 
10 00 

100 00 

100 00 



$25 00 
10 00 
10 00 
50 00 
25 00 
50 00 
10 00 
50 00 
50 00 
25 00 
25 00 
10 00 
50 00 
25 00 
23 00 
10 00 
10 00 

100 00 
50 00 

400 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
25 00 
25 00 
10 00 
10 00 

200 00 
50 00 
10 00 
25 00 
50 00 
50 00 
10 00 



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64 



BIENNIAL REPORT OP 



Charter Fee», Sec. 2, No. 10, Acts of 1808— Contlnned, 

Fiscal year ending Jane 30, 1902 — Continued. 



NAME OF COJiPANr. 



Amonnt. 



Cnresal Co , 

Norcross-West Marble Co 

Lndlow Soapstone Co , 

Superior Tap Co ., 

True Man nfaotnriog Co 

Pittsford Manufacturing Co 

Winooski Valley Creamery Association , 

Eureka Slate Quarries 

Allen, Young & Co 

Mead Manufacturing Co. 

Brooksville Manufacturing Co 

Waterbury Center Co-operative Creamery Association 

Orleans Copper and Asbestos Co • 

Bennington Security Co 

Capital City Gas Co 

Venetian Co 

Durick, Keenan & Co 

Chittenden Power Co. (Increase) 

G. E. Shepard Co 

Green Mountain Association of South Woodbury 

North Danyille Co-operative Creamery Association. ... 

Fair Haven Country Club 

Mclndoes Creamery Co 

East Ryegate Creamery Co 

Island Pond Electric Co 

Total 



125 00 


100 00 


50 00 


25 00 


25 00 


25 00 


10 00 


10 00 


50 00 


25 00 


25 00 


10 00 


50 00 


50 00 


50 00 


25 00 


26 00 


250 00 


10 00 


10 00 


10 00 


10 00 


lu 00 


10 00 


100 00 



$2,495 00 



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THE TBBASUBBB. 



65 



COLLATERAL INHERITANCE TAXES 

ander No. 46 of the Acts of 1896, received daring the fiBcal year 
ending Jnne 30, 1001. 



NAME OF ESTATE. 



E. Mason Rich 

Harriet Dole 

Sarah Jane Crocker... 

Mary F« Dorman 

Chandler W. Paul 

Elvira £. Hurlbatt ... 

Susan Folger 

Loretta A. Chaffee.... 
Norman W. Gilbert... 
Nancy M. Dikeman . . . 

C. M. SpanldiDg 

Sarah E. Shaw 

Clara Henry 

John Graham 

Addison Martin 

M. Joanna Kellogg ... 

Helen A. £<ldy 

Elizabeth Wheeler 

Sarah Bliss..... 

Sevira J. Thorston ... 
John Atwell...... .... 

Henry Upton 

Nancy Henderson 

Mary £. Adams 

Elijah B. Wood 

Patrick Slatteiy 

H. 8. Loomis 

A. W. Jones..... 

Byland Amsde n ....•• 

Betsy Pierce 

Mary A. L. Barbank .. 

B. I. Wheeler 

John E. Hnbbord 

Harold H. Stewart.... 

Ellen Hawley 

H. L,. Dudley 

Elbridge G. Esty 

George W. Bead 

J. M. Foss 

Charles Booth 

George Dana ••• 

Almira E. Hazen 

Betsey Kinsley 

Charles Cobb 

Isabel M. Mazham.... 

Hiram E. Smith 

Helen F. Carpenter. .. 
Rodney Whittemore .. 
Colnmbus F. Clough.. 
M. Annette Upham ... 

Almou Tncker 

Annah P. Hitchcock.. 

Mary J. Towne 

Silas P. Carpenter.... 



Location. 



GaysTllle 

Northfield 

Randolph 

Pittsford 

Montpelier 

St. Johnsbnry ... 
WestPawlet .... 

Berkshire 

Montpelier 

Hnbbardton 

Barling ton 

Woodstock 

Chester ......... 

Lndlow 

Barre (town) 

Benson 

Rutland ........ 

Bethel 

West Enosburgh. 

Montpelier 

Peacham 

Barre 

Ryegate 

Chester 

Berlin 

Moutpelier 

Montpelier 

Shore ham ...... 

ProctorsTilie .... 

Northfield ..:... 

Montpelier 

East Montpelier . 
Montpelier ..•••• 

Bristol 

Manchester 

Mount Holly .... 

Fair Haven 

Montpelier 

St. Albans 

Springfield 

Brandon ...••... 
Randolph . ..•••. 

Fletcher 

St. Johnsbnry ... 

Northfield 

Guilford 

St. Johnsbnry .. 

St. Albans 

Waterbury 

Montpelier 

Weston ......... 

West Haven .... 

Chester 

Richford 



Tax. 



$145 24 

216 12 

92 50 

921 46 

550 00 

95 00 

338 75 

185 31 

135 90 

3,235 54 

25 00 

189 59 

479 07 

140 16 

495 99 

832 70 

298 87 

425 17 

89 58 

57 19 

6 50 

153 22 

121 28 

46 50 

40 00 

547 60 

1,745 99 

2,830 60 

800 00 

293 36 

3,288 66 

120 00 

2,776 10 

180 00 

224 71 
172 79 
135 12 
701 77 
775 00 
102 00 
406 85 
279 25 
114 83 

50 00 
177 36 
305 97 
145 45 

82 00 
337 60 

225 25 
8 91 

225 07 
97 85 
37 50 



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Collateral lalierltanee Taxes— Coatlnaed. 



KAMB OF EST/LTB. 


Looatioa. 


Tax. 


E. F. Benton ................... 


VenrenneB. ...... ...... .-.. 


$794 93 


Marv D. Smith 


Northfield . ..••.. 


35 00 


Joseoh B. Rand ...... ...... .... .. 


Hartford 


3,790 05 
196 08 


GharleB C. Bixbv. .......... ••.... 


Ludlow ••..•••.........•.. 


Hiram P. Blxby 


Ludlow . ...... ...... ...... 


271 79 


James Johnston...... ...... ...... 


Ryegate. ...... ...... ...... 


2,155 00 
624 83 


Anna Stone ...... .... ...... ...... 


Cornwall 


Margaret H. Walker.... 


St. Johnsbury. ...... ...... 


34 20 


Harriet J. Stratton 


Palmer, Mass 


149 29 


John Taylor.. .... ...••• .... ...... 


Rockingham .............. 


8 68 


D^nniflon R. AIIad...... ...... .... 


Fletcher .................. 


100 00 


Alma A. Remele ...... ...... ...... 


Middlebury 


106 34 


Sherbnrn Locke ...... ...... ...... 


Derby 


134 32 


Jerasha Hnnt ----.. .... 


Hartland.. ..•• ...... ...... 


113 53 


Salome L. Brvant ...... ...... .... 


Royalton 

Georgia .••...••....•.....• 


109 90 


Harriet M. Meiss 


421 98 


Anna 8. Bradley.. ...... ...... .... 


Hartford 


501 95 


Marv E. Fairbanks 




85 00 


Dorman B. Eaton. ...... ...... •... 


New York, N. Y 


150 00 


H. G. Loomis... ...... ...... ...... 


Burlington ...... ...... .... 


13,653 12 
10 73 


Sarah A. Bo el ... 


Burke 


Caroline 0. Warner .............. 


Rockingham .............. 


50 00 


Calvin L. Barber .-. . ;- 


Rookinirham .............. 


50 00 


Lenora H. Baker . ...... ...... .--. 


Rutland. ...... ...... ••.... 


145 39 


A. W. Prindle 


St. Albans 


25 00 


Joel F. Sanborn ...... .... .... .... 


Lyndon . ...... ....•• ...... 


5S6 90 








Total 


$50,758 U 







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COLLATERAL INHERITANCE TAXES 

nnder Act No. 46, Acts of 1896, received during the fiscal year 
ending Jane 30, 1902: 



NAUB OF ESTATE. 



Location. 



AlexMder B. Fraser 

Silaa Bardoo 

ElUL. Parker 

Ftaneea M. Fletcber 

L;diaM. Powers 

Harriet M. Asbley 

Nathan Keniston 

i/ames B. GeoTf^e 

Hannah B. Bailej 

Margaret Bourke 

Mmij D. Smith 

LocyOaild 

AlniiraM. KiDg 

£iizabeth F. Powers 

SabraE, Towle 

Mary A. Jones 

Jn;«r. Hickok 

Tbaddens P. Hnbbell 

Laeias P. Barry 

MaiT Johnson.. ...... .... 

P.K.Gl€ed 

Chandler W, Panl 

George W. Beed 

Willi ViTKinia 

Albro B. Hildreth 

flroDson S. Willey 

James Banafan ..••••.... 

MaryAnnCSpp 

Marion 8. Bigelow 

Caleb B. Jewell 

£. B. Biohardson 

HoaeUa L. C. Cnshman . .. 

DftTidA. Kelly 

Jcdson Wood 

^rah McLelland Cheney . 

Lrdia T. Bradbury 

M. Atmette Upbam 

CbarJee T. A. Humphrey.. 

Owige K. Caswell 

Kmily M. Taylor 

Carolina O. Warner 

Charles Babco€k 

Mary Champlin 

Dorcas Chapman 

^ilia Dimick • 

Thomas L. Wood 

iUryV. Lyford 

WairenH Story 

S-ffahP. Baldwin 

Kebeeca W. D. Waterman 

Patrick R. Keooedy 

Carrie £. Jennings 

James H. Heald 

Hjlaad Hardy 



Hinesburgh ... 
Woodstock.... 

Chester 

Chester , 

Proctor , 

Milton 

Greensboro.... 

Harre 

Springfield.... 
Burlington... « 

Northfleld 

Bnpert 

Barton 

Woodstock .... 

Rutland 

Rutland 

Burlington .... 

Wolcott 

Rockingham .. 

Williston 

Morristown ... 
Montpelier ..., 
Montpelier .... 
Castleton ..... 
Richmond...., 
Waterville .... 

Hartford 

Montgomery .. 
Burlington ..., 

S wanton , 

Brattleboro ... 
St. Johnsbury 

Danby 

Derby 

Derby 

Swanton 

Montpelier... 

Barton 

Derby 

Winhall 

Roekinghnm . 
Bridge water . 

Pittsford , 

Clarendon.... 
Bridgewater. ., 
Montpelier .... 

Barre 

Essex 

Brattleboro ... 
Shrewsbury ... 
Montpelier .... 
Burlington.... 

Andover 

Cavendish .... 



Amount. 



$127 47 

241 18 

185 00 

965 00 

879 00 

461 44 

580 80 

82 08 

50 00 

55 00 

91 00 

59 18 

129 54 

733 43 

266 49 

228 90 

710 00 

138 63 

2,962 08 

811 57 

150 00 

30 90 

712 17 

169 17 

5 00 

228 t8 

232 50 

111 30 

1,216 62 

163 37 

1,384 25 

154 08 

52 25 

147 77 

138 73 

126 67 

1,366 65 

85 00 

75 00 

224 90 

50 00 

213 41 

823 46 

253 97 

116 74 

664 06 

799 90 

440 80 

327 50 

172 24 

563 50 

263 55 

190 08 

200 00 



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NAME OF ESTATE. 


Location. 


Amonnt. 


Horft06 D. Holm68.. •••••••••• «... 


Derby... ..••.. ...... ...... 


$2,725 00 
807 01 




Stowe. .. ...... ...... ...... 


Welcome J. Fletcher . ...... •••... 


Lyndon . ..••.. ...... ...... 


110 91 


Benjamin W. Case..... 


Coyentry...... •....• ...... 


371 34 


Mary 8. Holcomb... ••• ...... 


Rutland 


265 76 


Mary L.Cook 


Coyentry.... 


327 74 


Lyman S.Cheney.. 


Rutland 


114 12 


Perrin Baldwin - .. 


Chester 


312 44 


C. J. La wton ................. .... 


Brattleboro - . ^. 


1,414 62 


Ormaa B. Wav. - 


Waterbury .... ...... ...... 


874 37 


Lizzie P. Allen. ...... ...... ...... 


Derby Line...... ....•• .... 


607 81 


Hilas Robv. ...... ... .. ..-. 


Burlington ................ 


G52 36 


Prudence B. Roby............ «... 


Burlington ............ .... 


192 86 


Oliver D. Boynton..... 


Chester . ...... ...... ...... 


134 75 


Sarab A. Spaulding 


Cayendisb. .....•••.... .... 


106 95 


Cordelia a, Shedd 


Reading 


198 80 


Loreu J, Mattison...... ...... .... 


Arlington 


1,172 37 


Emily P. Marshall 


Morristown..... 


31 78 


John W. Cramton .--. 


Rutland 


18,155 85 
815 79 


Gould Camp...... 


Morris to wn...... 


Mary T. Hill 


Burlington 


1,377 11 


George Morton....... •...••...... 


Bnrlinflrton ...... ...... 


3.200 00 


Robert Blair 


Bamet .......... ...... .... 


407 00 


John Taylor...... ...... ...... .... 


Rockingham ........ .1.... 


8 68 


Rowena A. Pollard....... 


Chester 


203 70 


James Lewis....... 


Burlington ................ 


100 00 


Marcla A, 8kinncr ...... .......... 


Barton ................... 


60 00 


William Higgius 


St. Johnsbury. ...... ...... 


11 63 


Mary A.Scott.. 


Craftsbnry 


249 06 


George Ide. ...... ................ 


Lyndon 


50 00 


Mary C. Lane 


Burlington 


247 44 


Adeline H. Howard. 


Koyalton . . . . . . ...... ...... 


157 51 








Total 


$55,066 77 







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CORPORATION TAXES 

under the provisions of Chapter 31, Vermont Statutes, re- 
ceived during the fiscal years ending June 30, 1901, and June 
30, 1902, respectively. 

The taxes paid are' for the periods ending December 31, 1900, 
and December 31, 1901, respectively, unless otherwise stated. 



SAVINGS BANKS. 



Barton 

Bellows Falls Savings Institation 

Bennington County. ...•• 

Brattleboro 

Burlington • 

Chester 

Home (BurlingtoD) 

Jamaica 

Lyndon • 

Marble (Rutland) 

Nortbfield 

Ottauqiieobee (Woodstock) 

Passumpsic (St. Johnsbury) 

Rutland 

Springfield 

Vermont (Brattleboro) 

Wells River 

White River 

Wilmington 

Windham County (Newfane) .... 

Windsor 

Winooski ^ 

Total 



IMl. 



1903. 



$1,163 34 


$1,505 14 


8,151 10 


8,639 35 


6,274 23 


5,645 99 


11,644 78 


11,723 32 


47,058 08 


50,246 06 


2,309 71 


2,574 27 


475 89 


539 36 


1,376 85 


1,395 22 


2,876 28 


3,044 35 


5,617 90 


5,728 92 


3,751 11 


8,737 76 


7,681 59 


8,262 43 


11,222 13 


11,233 81 


24,220 45 


24,824 09 


7,307 93 


7,669 26 


23,627 05 


23;833 46 


2,669 96 


3.031 03 


2,944 34 


3,145 61 


4,144 92 


4,229 62 


2,711 30 


2,775 75 


4,914 84 


5,317 08 


6,048 64 


6,445 36 


$187,192 32 


$195,547 23 



SAVINGS BAITKS AND TRUST COMPANIES. 



1902. 



Barre , 

Burlington Trust Cocpauy , 

Capital, Montpelier , 

Citizens, St. Johnsbury 

Enosburg Falls , 

Franklin County, St. Albans 

Granite, Barre 

Hardwiok 

Lamoille County, Hyde Park , 

Ludlow , 

Montpelier , 

Orleans Trust Company, Newport.. 
Peoples' Trust Company, St. Albans 

Proctor Trust Company 

Bichford 



$3,289 59 
5,798 77 
3,642 08 
8,422 88 
780 46 
483 70 
5,932 26 
1,598 72 
4,168 09 
1,911 65 

13,725 36 
2,340 37 
3,454 78 
1,856 81 
1,773 26 



$4,064 54 
6,217 84 
3,730 68 
9,087 36 
994 64 
948 99 
6,412 96 
1,614 99 
4,141 85 
2,231 46 

13,763 76 
2,505 40 
3,885 34 
2,105 43 
1,924 74 



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SAVINGS BAKES AND TRUST COMPANIES. 


1901. 


1902. 


Rutland. Trust CompaDY...... .«.. ...••• ...... 


$2,544 84 

682 55 

3,093 00 


$2,818 02 
667 37 


State Trust Company, ^lutland 


Union, Morrisville..... .••••• ••.. 


3,181 00 




Arrears. 
Citizens. St. Johnsbnrv....... ...•••.•••••.... 


$70,296 36 
947 23 


£no8bnrg Falls. ............................. 




304 14 


FraDklln County, St. Albans 




857 13 


Hardwiok ...••• ...... ...... •... .......... .... 




290 61 


Ludlow .....•••••.............. ••.. 




523 75 


Proctor ...... ..•«.. ....•• 




424 87 








ToUl 


$65,499 17 


$73,144 12 





RAILROAD COMPANIES. 


1901. 


1902. 


ON APPRAISAL. 

(Tears ending June 30, 1900, and June 30, 1901.) 
Burlington Traction Co 


$980 00 


$980 00 


Bennington and Hoosick Valley R. B. Co 


•350 00 


Fitchburg R. R. Co. ..---. 


*"i,826'o6 
350 00 
700 00 
245 00 


1,820 00 
350 00 
700 00 


Hoosao Tunnel and Wilmington R. R, Co 

Rutland Street Railway Co. ............ ...... 


Springfield Electric Railway Co 


245 00 






Total 


$4,095 00 


$4,445 00 





* Leaves balance of 1175 dae on tax for period ending Jane 30, 1901. 
t Tax for period ending June 30, 1001. 



Atlantic and St. Lawrence Railway Co 

Barre R. R. Co............ 


$6,436 06 

1,232 20 

714 38 

'*'T,217'i6 
50,722 09 


$5,855 17 
1 429 80 


Barre and Montpelier Traction and Power Co.. 
Bellows Falls and Santon's River St. Ry. Co. .. 
Bennington and Rutland R. R. Co. 


t339 94 
t398 77 


Central Vermont Railway Co..... 


50.001 77 


Chatham and Lebanon Valley R. R. Co 


t92 93 


Clarendon and Pittsford R. B. Co 


1,109 27 

19,991 77 

601 26 

8,290 47 

268 50 

3,833 54 

2,247 44 

358 20 

294 42 

28,199 34 

7,881 90 

81 99 

5,8)5 77 

865 68 


974 72 


Connecticut and Passumpsic Rivers R. R. Co.. 
Coos Valley R. R. Co 


20,910 10 
721 41 


Delaware and Hudson Co. ...... ...... .... .... 


3.279 13 


Hard wick and Woodbury R. R. Co...... ...... 


303 45 


Montpelier and Wells River R. R 


3,935 12 
2,389 ^9 


Montreal and Atlantic Railway Co...... ...... 


Mt. Mansfield Electric Railway Co 


tl64 65 


Military Post Street Railway Co 


356 64 


Rutland B. B. Co 


fl3.493 3H 


St. Jobnsbury and Lake Champlaiu R. B. Co.. 
Upper Coos B. B. Co 


7,214 56 
82 17 


Vermont Valley B. R. of 1871 


6,294 35 
5*57 80 


Woodstock Railway Co 






Total 


$136,211 38 


$119,198 75 





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TRANSPORTATION G0MPAKIB3. 



1901. 



1M2. 



Canadian Paeifio Parlor Car 
Champlain TnuiBportation.. 

Grand Isle Steamboat 

National Car ••• 

The Palhnan 

Total 



$20 89 
1,626 11 


$1,678 19 


150 80 


123 60 


4,408 29 


4,262 14 


•167 65 


•184 85 



$6,373 64 



$6,248 78 



* Tix for period ending Jane 80 of the preooding year. 



KXPRSS8 COMPANIES.* 


1901. 


1902. 


AmericaD ....•• •••••• ..•••. ..••.• •••••• •••••• 


$1,901 06 

80 86 

13 02 

211 41 


$2,124 82 
32 19 


Caoadiaa 


Bomioion 


13 62 


Sational •.....• ...••. ..•••• ••.... •....• ...... 


247 42 






Total 1 


$2,166 85 


$2,418 05 





* Tu Ibr period ending Jane 30 of tlie preceding year. 



TBLBPHONR COMPANIES. 



1901. 



1902. 



AddiaoD and Panton . 

Blaiadell, £. G 

Bradford 

BrowD, R.E 

Champlain 

Chandler, Frank £. . 

Citizens 

Co-opexant..... 

Cornwall..... •• 

Haniell, W. H 

Famsworth, J. W... 

flak & Fienry 

Franklin 

Franklin County . ... 
French, Charles D... 

Granville 

Hay, John B 

HoJland and Morgan . 
Home ...... ...... ... 

Lioeoln and Bristol. . 

Ladlow 

McGnire Brothers ... 



$27 04 
•28 43 

6 66 
5 85 

18 25 
•20 66 

30 15 

97 04 
•12 48 

•4 60 
5 42 

7 23 
10 02 

•85 98 

•12 44 

12 87 

•4 11 

8 33 
•1 54 

•50 73 
•10 22 
•24 04 



* Tax for period ending December 81, 1000. 



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Corporation Tazea— GoAttnned* 



TSLEPHONB COMPA.KIES. 



Middletown 

New EDgland Telegraph and Telephone . 

Northern 

Northern Telegraph and Telephone 

Northfteld 

Peoples Telephone Exchange 

Pomfret 

Rapid Telegraph and Telephone 

Richmond and Hnntingtoti 

Sborebam Telegraph and Telephone 

Sbrewsharj and Cattingsville 

South Woodstock 

Springfield Local 

union.... ..•••..••. 

Vermont People's 

Vermont Telegraph and Telephone 

Weed <& Abbey 

West River 

Weybridge 

White River Valley 

Woodsville 



Total 



1901. 



$3,220 56 
""215*17 



35 34 



800 34 
' "i'96 



$4,273 b7 



IMl 



$2 98 

8,658 51 

163 33 

226 54 

20 06 

25 50 

• 34 

42 69 

51 87 

•46 44 

60 

3 61 

51 48 

22 

201 75 

890 68 

•6 00 

6 05 
11 62 

•10 50 

7 92 



$5,912 57 



* Tax for period ending December 81, 1900. 



TELEGRAPH COMPANIES.* 



Canadian Pacific Railway. 
Commeroial Union (1900).. 

Commercial Union 

Oreen Mountain 

Vermont International 

Western Union 



Total 



1901. 



$9 47 

'iiero'io 



$1,687 87 



1902. 



$23 SO 
34 33 
23 25 
12 27 

114 80 
1,470 96 



$1,678 91 



* Tax for period ending Jone 80 of the preceding year. 



LOAN AND INVESTMENT COMPANIES. 


1901. 


1902. 


Harrv B. Powell Sl Co...... ...... ...... •••••. 


$6 00 


$65 00 





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Corporation Taxea— CoAtlnued. 



FOREIGN riBE INSURA.NCB COMPANIES. 



Aachen And Munich 

iStoa 

American, N. Y 

American, Pa 

Berkshire Mataal 

Boston....... • 

Britiah America 

Cambridge Mutual 

Capiial 

Commercial Union 

CoDnecticut 

Continental ...•••...... 

Erie 

Fire Association.. •.••.•• 

Fireman's Fnnd 

Fitchbnrg Mutual 

Graoite State 

Greenwich . ...... ••• 

Hartford 

Home 

Insurance Company of North America. 

Laoeashire 

LiTerpool and London and Qlohe 

London .••••. 

^nchester 

Manhattan 

Meichants 

Merchants and Farmers Mutual 

Merrimack Mutual. 

National of Hartford 

National of Ireland. .••• 

Keir Hampshire •• 

Kiagara 

K01& British and Mercantile 

Northern • ••... 

Norwich Union • 

Orient 

PfclaUne 

Pheniz, New York 

PIxBaiz, Connecticut 

FhceniXy England 

Prondenoe Mutual 

<}uinc7 Mutual 

bpitag&eld Fire and Marine 

Son .. .••.•• 

Tradeia .. 

Traders and Mechanics Mutual 

Transatlantic (1900) 

i'nited Firemen's. 

Cnion. ...••••.. 

Westchester 

Western .- 

WiUiamsbargh City 



Total 



1901. 



$91 44 
581 97 

88 91 

89 44 



284 57 
140 18 
82 61 
214 57 
451 41 
304 68 
550 84 



198 20 

68 57 

152 53 

195 52 

20 17 

628 65 

680 81 

441 99 

194 17 

381 17 

96 73 

191 52 

61 55 

87 56 

52 06 



244 67 



824 47 
243 14 
183 93 
164 64 
116 69 
361 30 
148 94 
201 25 
475 98 
183 23 
36 30 
46 95 
314 09 
204 92 
208 43 
77 51 



37 82 

52 42 

93 25 

143 84 

134 23 



$10,329 82 



1M2. 



$74 75 
715 25 

36 95 
130 95 

22 45 
829 85 
133 02 
124 91 
194 94 
423 22 
318 30 
631 96 

30 60 
240 09 

73 31 
167 86 
213 67 

30 35 
681 94 
809 82 
490 53 

83 29 
458 97 

90 55 
189 24 



101 23 

67 90 

45 48 

265 38 

62 54 

294 77 

257 30 

187 89 

175 76 

117 77 

269 78 

82 83 

235 10 

499 60 

256 00 

41 29 

62 65 

320 24 

227 20 

200 68 

116 75 

45 

53 68 

87 30 

88 38 
227 92 
153 05 



$11,145 69 



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Corporation Taxea— Continued. 



DOBfSSTIC FIRE IKSU&ANCB COMPANIES. 




New England ... 
State Mutual... . 
Union Mutual... 
Vermont Mutual 

Total 



$88 63 

39 46 

1,398 65 

4,326 28 



$5,848 02 



$230 80 
1,606 16 
4,818 47 



$6,655 4a 



FOREIGN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



1003. 



^tna 

Bankers 

Connecticut General 

Connecticut Mutual ...«. 

Equitable 

Hartford 

Home ..••• ••• . 

Manhattan ••• . 

MassachnsettB 

Metropolitan 

Mutual Benefit 

Mutual of New York 

New York 

Northwestern 

Penn 

PbcBoix 

Provident Life and Trust 

Provident Savings 

Prudential 

Security 

State 

Travelers 

Union Central 

Union Mutual 

United States 

Washington 

Total 



$792 77 

5 99 

1,528 74 

828 21 

2,072 49 

1,381 29 

184 79 

87 36 

429 09 

2,328 47 

314 94 

4,380 21 

4,483 93 

1,828 65 

190 61 

966 70 

94 59 

175 47 

488 40 

8 67 

360 08 

653 81 

227 14 

137 99 

100 47 

119 18 



$813 95 

11 54 

1,753 07 

851 45 

2,272 28 

1,118 47 

209 80 

70 31 

486 31 

2,736 43 

409 00 

4,855 18 

4,957 67 

2,040 78 

205 57 

1,023 60 

116 35 

360 26 

580 49 

11 26 

371 23 

887 09 

268 37 

142 39 

175 81 

177 78 



$24,170 04 



$26,936 44 



DOMESTIC LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 


IMl. 


1802. 


National (on premiums, 5 579, Vermont Statutes) 
National (on surplus, $ 580, Vennont Statutes). 


$3,652 53 


$4,119 57 
2,317 15 


Total 


$3,652 53 


$6,436 72 





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ASSBSSHEMT LIPS ASSOCIATION. 



Mutnal Reserve Fund, 1900 . 




1902. 



$47 37 



POBEION FIDELITT AND CASUALTY 
INSUKAKCE COaiPANIES. 



^toa IndemDity 

^toaLife (Accident Department).. 

American 8arety 

City Trust, 8. D. & 8 

Continental Casualty 

Employers' Liability • 

Equitable Accident • *• ..•• .. 

Fidelity and Casualty 

Fidelity and Deposit. 

Frankfort Marine, Accident and Plate Glass. 

Great Eastern Casualty and Indemnity 

Guarantee Company of North America 

Hartford 8team Boiler 

Lloyds Plate Glass 

London Guarantee and Accident ••• .. 

Marylaud Casualty. ...•• 

Massachusetts Mutual Accident Assooiatiou. 
Masonic Equitable Accident Association.. •• 

Metropolitan Plate Glass 

National Accident 8ociety • 

New Amsterdam Casualty 

New York Plate Glass 

Pacific Mutual Life (Accident Department). 

Pennsylvania Casualty • 

Preferred Accident 

Preferred Accident, 1900 

Standartl Life and Accident , 

Travelers (Accident Department). 



Union Casualty and Surety 

United States Benevolent Society, 1900. 

United States Casualty 

United States Fidelity and Guaranty . . 
United States Health and Accident 



Total 



1001. 



$5 62 
62 07 
45 59 
2 75 
19 44 
44 59 



322 67 
50 60 



1 10 

13 70 

112 87 

21 21 

12 65 

201 57 

256 49 

222 56 

6 46 



22 07 
6 00 

24 34 
8 81 



122 33 

331 03 

23 80 



93 77 
23 80 



$2,047 91 



1902. 



$2 45 


68 44 


38 67 


98 


272 97 


57 47 


175 94 


806 34 


39 86 


22 75 


22 58 


11 37 


113 40 


22 31 


8 16 


225 y4 


195 04 

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12 a5 


9 86 


10 65 


5 03 


9 45 


129 91 


76 68 


102 77 


148 55 


359 43 


46 22 


49 87 


86 76 


28 75 


199 97 



$2,860 92 



* See Eqaitable Accident Cvrnpaoy above. 



DOMESTIC riDELlTY AND CASUALTY 
INSURANCE COMPANY. 


1901. 


1902. 


American Fidelitv...... ...... ...... .... ...... 




$85 64 









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SUMMART>-1001. 



▲moant. 



Savings Banks $187,192 32 

Savings Banks and Trost Companies 65^499 17 

Railroads : 

On appraisal $4,095 00 

On gross earnings 136,211 38 

Transportation Companies 

Express Companies 

Telephone Companies $4,273 37 

Telegraph Companies 1,687 87 

Loan and Investment Companies 

Insurance Companies : 
Fire: 

Foreign $10,829 82 

Domestic 6,848 02 

$16,177 84 

Life: 

Foreign $24,170 04 

Domestic 3,652 53 

27,822 67 

Fidelity and Casualty : 
Foreign 2,047 91 

Total 



$252,691 49 



140,306 38 
6,373 64 
2^156 35 



6,961 24 
600 



46,048 32 



$453,543 42 



8UMBfABY-.1902. 



Savings Banks $195,547 23 

Savings Banks and Trust Companies.... 73,144 12 

Railroads: 

Ou appraisal $4,445 00 

On gross earnings 119,198 75 

Transportation Companies 

Express Companies 

Telephone Companies $5,912 57 

Telegraph Companies 1,678 91 

Loan and Investment Companies 

Insurance Companies : 
Fire: 

Foreign $11,145 69 

Domestio 6,655 43 

$17,801 12 



Amount. 



$268,691 ^ 



123,643 75 
6,248 78 
2,418 05 



7,591 48 
53 00 



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SnUMARY-lMS. 



Amonnt. 



Insaranee Companies: 
Life: 

Foreign $26,988 81 

Domestic 6,436 72 

$33,420 53 

Fidelity and Casualty : 

Foreign $2,860 92 

Domestic 85 64 

$2,946 56 

Total 



$54,168 21 



$162,816 62 



Since the corporation tax law went into effect nineteen annual 
taxes have been collected from corporations, as follows : 



TAX FOR THB YEAR ENDING 



▲moant. 



December 31, 1883 . 
31, 1884 . 

" 31, 1885 . 

" 31, 1886 . 

•' 31, 1887 , 

*' 31, 1888 , 

" 31, 1889 . 

" 31, 1890 . 

'• 31, 1891 . 

" 31, 1892 , 

" 31, 1893 , 

•• 31, 1894 . 

" 31, 1895 . 

" 31, 1896 . 

«« 31, 1897 , 

" 31, 1898 , 

'« 31, 1899 . 

" 31, 1900 . 

" 31, 1901 . 



Total 

To which add : 

License Taxes 

Collected daring year ending Jane 30, 1891 $4,070 

" •' " 30,1892 4,200 

" " •' 80.1893 6,e 

" " «• 80,1894 6,373 

" " " 30,1895 10,279 

" " " 30,1896 11,150 

•« 80,1897 10,810 

" 80,1898 11.768 

" 30,1899 12,002 

•* 80,1900 11,376 

" 30,1901 12,385 

<• 80,1902 16,418 





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$196,678 51 
205,225 38 
200,685 70 
220,702 05 
238,989 06 
245,307 77 
268,153 84 
250,285 00 
307,484 87 
335,992 64 
343,090 54 
346,435 66 
364,935 28 
372,918 63 
375,956 22 
389,693 99 
428,561 48 
453,543 42 
462,816 62 



$6,007,456 61 



117,526 00 



$6,124,982 61 



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License Taxes, 

under section 576, Vermont Statutes. The payment in each 
case is for the calendar year appearing at the head of the column, 
unless otherwise specified. 



VERMONT CORPORA.TIONS. 



1901. 



1902. 



Acme Granite Co., Barre 

Addison County Telephone Co., Middlebury 

Addison R. R. Co., Rutland 

Addison &. Panton Telephone Co., Addison 

American Fidelity Co., Montpelier 

Andrews Aqueduct Co., Nortnfleld 

Arbuokle Co., Burlington. 

Arlington Water Co 

Ascutney Mill Dam Co., Windsor 

Atlantic & St. Lawrence Railway Co., Montreal, P. Q 

Atwood Suspender Co., Swanton 

Babcock Lumber Co., North Thetford 

Baldwin Refrigerator Co., Burlington 

Bamet Creamery Association. .,,• 

Barney Marble Co., Swanton 

Biirre Branch R. R. Co., Montpelier 

Barre Newspaper Co 

Barre Pure Spring Water Co 

Barre Railroad Co 

Barre Savings Bank and Trust Co. 

Barre Supply Co 

Barre & Montpelier Traction A, Power Co., Barre 

Bartlett Co., Island Pond 

Barton Hotel Co 

Barton Savings Bank 

Batchelier & Sons Co., Wallingford 

Bay State Confectionery Co., Cambridgeport, Mass — 

Bay State Confectionery Co., Cambridgeport, Mass., 
arrears, 1901 . 

Beckett Water Supply Co., Williamstown 

Beecher Slate Co., West Pawlet 

Bellows Falls Canal Co 

Bellows Falls Machine Co 

Bellows Falls Savings Institution 

Bellows Falls and Sazton's River St. Railway Co., Bel- 
lows Falls 

Benniiigton Co. Savings Bank, Bennington 

Bennington Knitting Co • •... 

Beunington Water Co 

Bennington and Glastonbury Co., North Bennington... 

Benninffton and Rutland Railroad Co., Rutland 

Berry-Hjill Co., Burlington •• 

Bethel Electric Light and Power Co 

Bethel 'Lympus Co-operative Creamery Association . 

Billings Park Association, White River Junction .... 

Black River Cheese and Butter Co., Craftsbury 

Black River Creamery Association, Coventry 

Black River Manufacturing Co., Prootorsville, .... .. 



$11 
10 
50 



10 
15 
10 
10 
GO 



10 
15 
10 
20 



10 
10 
15 
50 
10 
20 
10 
10 
40 
15 



10 
10 



10 
50 



50 
10 
20 
15 
50 
10 
10 
10 



10 
10 
10 



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VERMONT C0BP0KATI0N8. 



1901. 



1902. 



Black River Reservoir Co., Ludlow 

Black River Woolen Co., Ladlow • 

Blodgett Co., G. S., Bnrlington 

Bomoseen Slate Co., Castleton 

Boswortb Store Co., Island Pond 

Bourdon Co., Boston, Mass 

Bowers Granite Co., R. C, Montpelier 

Bradford Agricultural and Trotting Association . .. 

Bradford £Tectric Lighting Co 

Bradford Hotel Co 

Bradford Paper Co 

Bradford Savings Bank and Trust Co 

Bradford Village Hall Association 

Brandon Garment Co 

Brandon Improvement Co. ...•• •• 

Brandon Inv. and Guar. Co 

Brandon Italian Marble Co., Middlebnry 

Brandon and West Rutland Railroad Co., Rutland. 

Brattleboro Creamery Association 

Brattleboro Gas Light Co 

Brattleboro Grange Blook Association 

Brattleboro Hosiery Co 

Brattleboro Jelly Co 

Brattleboro Savings Bank 

Brattleboro Street Railway Co 

Brattleboro Street Railway Co., arrears 1901 

Brattleboro &, Whirehali R. R. Co., St. Albans 

Bristol Electric Co 

Bristol Manufacturing Co. •••••, .••••••.... 

Bristol Novelty Works 

Bristol R. R. Co 

Broad Brook Grange, Guilford Center 

Brooks-Tyler Dry Goods Co., St. Johnsbury 

Brown Hotel Co., Springfield 

Brown Medicine Co., N. K., Burlington 

Brown Mining Co., Readsboro.. 

Burke Creamery Co., East Burke 

Burlington Cotton Mills • 

Burlington Drug Co 

Burlington Flouring Co., Winooski , 

Burlington Gas Light Co • 

Bnrlington Grocery Co 

Burlington Machine and Repair Co 

Burlington Marble Co 

Burlington Rink Association 

Burlington Safe Deposit Co 

Burlington Savings Bank 

Burlington Traction Co 

Bnrlington Trust Co 

Burlington Venetian Blind Co 

Bnrlington St, Hinesburgh R. R. Co., Borlington.... 

Bumham Co., L. G., Bnrlington 

Bntterfield & Co., Derby Line 

Cabot Creamery Co 

Calais Creamery Association 

Caledonian Co., St. Johnsbury 

Cambridge Lumber Co., Hyde Park ...•• ... 



•10 
15 
10 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



10 



10 
25 

'io 

15 
10 



10 
50 



25 
10 
15 
10 
15 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
35 
15 
15 
20 
15 
10 
10 
10 
10 
50 
25 
50 
15 
25 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



$10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
30 
10 
10 
10 
10 
25 
15 
10 
15 
10 
10 
10 
50 
15 
15 
25 
10 
15 
10 
15 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
35 
15 
15 
20 
15 
10 
10 
10 
10 
50 
25 
50 
15 
25 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
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VEBMONT OORPORATIONS. 



1901. 



Canadian Carbonate Co., St. Paal, P. Q 

Capital Savings Bank and Trust Co., Aiontpelier 

Capital Soap and ManafactarinK Co., Montpelier ...... 

Cary, Georee C, Co., St. Johnsbury 

Carpenter Co., E. P., Brattleboro 

Cash Store Co., St. Albans 

Caspian Lake Creamery Co., Greensboro 

Caverly-Gonld Co., Springfield 

Caverlv-Gould Co., arrears, 1899 and 1900 

CeDtral Vermont Railway Co., St. Albans 

Champlain Construotion Co., Bntland 

Champiain Manufacturing Co., Burlington 

Champlain Telephone Co., Bridport •••.. ••••.. 

Champlain Transportation Co., Burlington ...••• ...... 

Chelsea Electric Light and Power Co 

Chester Baildinf; Association.. 

Chester Cheese Co 

Chester Hotel Co 

Chester Savings Bank 

Chester Water Co 

Chestnut Hill Reservoir Co., Brattleboro 

Child & Waite Co., Hyde Park 

Chittenden Power Co., Rutland 

Citizens' Coal Co., Burlineton 

Citizens' Savings Bank and Trust Co., St. Johnsbury .. 

Citizens' Telephone Co., Stowe 

Clarendon and Pittsford B. R., Proctor 

Cloverdale Creamery Co., North Underbill 

Clyde River Creamery, East Charleston 

Cobble Hill Creamery Co., Barre 

Colchester Co-operative Creamery Co 

Cole Paper Co., William A., Putney 

Columbian Marble Quarrying Co., Rutland 

Colvin Co., A. H., Rutland 

Combination Cash Store Co., Rutland 

Connecticut and Passumpsic Rivers Railroad Co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Consolidated Electric Co., Burlington 

Consolidated Lighting Co., Montpelier 

Consumers' Ice Co., Burlington , 

Co-operative Association of Consumption, Barre 

Cooper Manufacturing Co., Bennington 

Coos Valley Railroad Co., St. Johnsbury , 

Coos Valley Railroad Co., St. Johnsbury, arrears, 1901 

Corinth Creamery Co 

Cross, Abbott Co., White River Junction 

Cross Co., George H., St. Johnsbury 

Crystal Confectionery Co., Burlington , 

Crystal Spring Creamery Co., East Charlotte , 

Curesal Tablet Co., St. Albans , 

Cushman Manufacturing Co., H. T., North Bennington 

Cushman and Rankin Co., St. Johnsbury • 

Dairy Association, Lyndon ville 

Dal ton Power Co., Fiizdale 

Danville Creamerv Association 

Davis Feed Co., Rutland 

Dfertield River Co., Wilmington 



$10 
50 



10 
10 
10 
15 
20 
50 
20 
15 



20 
10 
10 



10 
45 
10 
30 
10 
10 
10 
60 
10 
20 
10 
10 



10 
10 
25 



15 

50 
20 
15 
10 



15 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



10 
10 
10 



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10 
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liloftAse Taxea— CoAtinneu. 



VBBUONT COKPORA.TIONS. 



IMl. 



1903. 



Deerfleld Valley Creamery Association, Wilmington. .. 

Dewey Co., A. O., Qnechee • 

Dodds' Sods Co., David, North Hero 

Dot; Biver Valley Fair Association, Nortbfield 

Dorset Mountain Marble Co., East Dorset 

Drary Brick and Tile Co., Essex Junction. ...•• 

Dupont Manofactnring Co., St. Jobnsbury 

Dntcher Drug Co., Freiderick, St. Albans 

Eagle Square Manufacturing Co., Soutb Shaftsbury... 

East Barnard Cheese Co 

East Barre and Chelsea Railroad Co., Barre 

East Calais Creamery Co • 

East Corinth Creamery Co 

East Montpelier Creamery Co. ..•••..• 

East Montpelier Hall Association • 

East Peacham Co-operative Creamery Co 

East Rregate Co-operative Creamery Co 

Elcwanok Country Club, Manchester 

Elgin Creamery Association, Readsboro 

Elgin Spring Creamery Co.. Panton 

Elizabeth Minine Co., South Strafford 

Ely Copperfield Mining Co., Copperfield 

Ely Hoe and Fork Co., St Johnsbury 

Emerson-Andrews Aqnedaet Co. (see Andrews Aque- 
duct Co.) 

Enosburg Falls Savings Bank and Trust Co 

Enosbnrg Falls Savings B'k and Trust Co., arrears, 1901 

Essex Co-operative Savings and Loan Association, JSssex 
Junction 

Essex Co-operative Savings and Loan Association, Essex 
Junction, arrears, 1901 

Essex Industrial Corporation, Essex Junction 

Estey Organ Co., Brattleboro 

Eureka Granite Quarry Co., East Montpelier 

Eureka Slate Quarries, Fair Haven 

Evansville Co-operative Creamery Co • 

Fairbanks Co., £. &, T., St. Johnsbury 

Fairfax Creamery Co 

Fair Haven Eleotrio Co 

Fair Haven Foundry and Machine Co 

Fair Haven Marble and Marbleized Slate Co 

Fall Mountain Eleotrio Light and Power Co., Bellows 
Falls 

Farmers' Exchange, Rupert. 

Farmers' Mutual Creamery Co., St. Johnsbury 

Farmers' and Mechanics' Savings Institution and Trust 
Co., Burlington 

Farwell Co., A. D., Montpelier • 

Fellows Gear Shaper Co., Springfield 

Ferrisburg Creamery Co 

Fitchbnrg R. R. Co., Boston, Mass 

Fitzgerald Land Sl Lumber Co., Island Pond 

Fletcher Granite Co., Hard wick 

Fletcher Granite Co., Hardwick, arrears, 1901 

Flint & Sons Co., Wvman, Bellows Falls 

Forest and Stream Club, Wilmington 

Franklin County Creamery Association, St. Albans .. 

6 



$10 
15 
10 
10 
20 
10 
10 
10 
15 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



10 
10 
10 
10 
50 
50 
10 



10 



50 
10 



10 
50 



10 
15 

15 
10 
10 

10 
10 
15 
10 
50 
25 



15 
10 
20 



$10 
15 
10 
11 
20 
10 
10 
10 
15 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
50 
50 
10 



20 

10 

10 
10 
60 
10 
10 
10 
50 
10 
10 
10 
15 

15 
10 
10 

10 
10 
15 
10 
50 
25 
15 
15 
15 
10 
25 



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BISN77IAL REPORT OF 



lilcense Taxes— ContlAued* 



VERMONT CORPORATIONS. 



IMt. 



Franklin Connty SaviniTB Bank and Trnst Co., St. Albans 

Franklin Connty Telephone Co., St. Albans 

Free Press Associatioxi, BnrlinKtou 

Frost Veneer Seating Co., Newport 

Gay Brothers Co., Cavendish 

Gaysville Batton Co •••• 

Gaysville TomingCo 

Gilt Edge Cheese Factory Co., East Hubbardton. ... 

Glover Creamery Co., Ljndonville 

Grand Isle Creamery Co ...• 

Grand Isle Steamboat Co., St. Albans ...•• 

Grange Store, Brattleboro 

Granite Constrnotion Co., Montpelier 

Granite Savings Bank and Trust Co.. Barre 

Gray's Sons, A. W., Middle town Springs 

Grearson-Beckett Co., Williamstown 

Greene Co., Lester H., Montpelier 

Green Mountain Cold Spring Creamery Co., Starksboro 
Green Mountain Creamery Co., Huntington Center.... 

Green Mountain Creamery Go., West Topsham 

Green Mountaii; Grange Ass'n, St. Johnsbury Center. . 

Green Mountain Pulp Co., Boston, Mass 

Green Mountain Telegraph Co., Grafton 

Hardwick Hardware Co • 

Hardwick Savings Bank and Trust Co 

Hardwiok and Woodbury R. B. Co., Hardwick 

Hartford Chair Co .% 

Hartford Water Co 

Hartford Woolen Co 

Haverhill Paper Co., Island Pond 

Henry. Johnson A, Lord, Burlington 

Herald and Globe Association, Rutland 

Hibbard Boot and Shoe Co., C. A., Burling^n 

Hickok Co., Horatio, Burlington 

Highland Creamery Co., Derby , 

Higbgate Foundry Co 

Hillside Fruit Co., Woodstock 

Hinds Co., O. L., St. Albans 

Holland Creamery Association 

Holland and Morgan Telephone Co., Island Pond , 

Holmes Co., John C, Springfield 

Holton Hardware Co., Burlington 

Home Savings Bank, Burlington 

Hoosao Tunnel and Wilmington R. R. Co., Wilmington 

Howard Hardware Co., Bellows Falls 

Howe Scale Co. of 1886, Rutland 

Hutchinson Co., Dr. F. S., Enosbnrg Falls 

Hyde Park Hotel Co 

Hyde Park Lumber Co 

Hyde Park Warehouse Co 

Hyde Park Water Co 

Hygiene Milk Co., Burlington 

Ide, £. T. &, H. K., St. Johnsbury 

International Co., Newport 

Island Pond Electric Light and Power Co 

Island Pond Water Co., Derby Line 

Jamaica Savings Bank .••••••..••• • ••• 



$25 



10 
10 
10 
10 
11 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
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10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

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10 
10 



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15 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
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15 

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85 
10 
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10 
10 



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liicense Tazea— Continued. 



VEBMONT CORPORATIONS. 



1901. 



1002. 



Jaqaith Co., H. C, Weston 

Jennison &, Gallop Co., 8heIdon 

Jonesville Creamery Association 

Jones & Lamson Machine Co., Springfield 

Journal Co., Windsor 

Kendall Co., Dr. B. J., Enosbnrg Falls 

Kilbonme Manafactnrind^ Co., Fair Haven 

Kil1in£[ton MannfactiirinK Co., Rutland 

K'rby Bit. Grsnite Co., West Concord 

»aree Veterinary Medicine Co., Bellows Falls .... 
eHortonia Co-operative Creamery Co., Hubbardlon 

{e Mansfield Tronc Clnb, Stowe 

iEeside Shoe Co., Barlinfcton 

ke View Creamery Co., Charlotte 

.kota Club, Woodstock 

.moille Co. Savings Bank and Trust Co., Hyde Park. 

\moille Publishing Co., Hyde Park 

imoille Valley Cwamery Association, East Hardwick 

amoille Valley Fair Ground Co., Morrisville 

ane Manufacturing Co., Mootpelier 

ang Sl Goodhue Manufacturing Co., Burlington 

•asher Stocking Co., Bennington 

iCwis Creek Creamery Co., North Ferrisburg 

nncoln Creamery Co 

.incoln Iron Works, Rutland 

iincoln Lumber Co...... .•••...•• 

^ookofl Spring Co., Bradford 

Look-off Spring Co., Bradford, arrears 1901 

Lookout Farm, Danville 

Lower Terrace Water Co., White River Jnnction 

i^udlow Savings Bank and Trust Co 

Ludlow Telephone Co 

Lunenburg Co-operative Creamery Association 

Lunenburg Manufacturing Co 

Lyman Coal Co., Elias, Burlington 

Lyndon Savings Bank, Lyndon ville 

Lyndonville Creamery Association 

Lyndon Water Co., Glover 

Lyons Granite Co.jJ3«orge E., We»t Dummerston 

MoAuslan Co., J. W., Bnrlington 

Mclndoes Falls Eleotrio Light Co 

McEillip &. Smith Co., Burlington 

McLeod Milling Co., A. H., St. Johnsbury 

McLoud Co., J. H., Hardwick 

Malted Cereals Co., Borlin^on 

Manchester Building Association, Manchester Ceutcr.. 

Manchester Depot Sewer Co 

Manchester Lignt and Power Co 

Manchester Water Co., Manchester Center 

Maplewood Sugar and Syrap Co., Morrisville 

Marble Savings Bank, Rutland 

Marshfield Co-operative Creamery Co 

Masonic Building Association, Lyndonville 

Mecoawe Clnb, Woodstock 

Mechanics' Baildlng and Construction Co., Montpelier. 

Middlebury Co-operative Creamery Association 

Middlebury Electric Co 



$10 
10 
30 
10 
15 
10 



10 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
50 
10 
10 



20 
15 
15 



10 
10 
10 



10 
45 



10 



20 
50 
10 
10 
15 
10 



10 
15 
10 
25 
10 



10 



50 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



$10 
10 
10 

so 

10 
15 
10 
10 
10 
20 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
50 
10 
10 
10 
20 
15 
15 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
50 
10 
10 
10 
20 
50 
10 
10 
15 
10 
10 

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10 
10 
10 
10 
11 
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10 

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lileeAa« 'i a.xes-K;o Atl Aued. 



YSRlfONT C0RP0RAT10K8. 



1001. 



1M2. 



Middletown Bntter and Cheese Co., Middletown Springs 

Middletown Telegraph Co., Middletown Springs 

Military Post Street Railway Co., Burlington 

Missisqaoi Mineral Sprincs Co., Sheldon. 

Miastequoi Pulp Co., Sheldon Soriogs 

Molly's Falls Electric Light and Power Co., Marshfield. 

Monkton Kaolin Co., Vergennes.... 

Moutpelier Ice Co 

Montpelier Sayings Bank and Trust Co 

Montpelier and Wells River R. R., Montpelier 

Moore A. Thompson Paper Co., Bellows Falls 

Morrisville Calf Skin Co., Hyde Park 

Morrisyille Foundry Co 

Morse Manufacturing Co., Hyde Park 

Moseley Sl Stoddard Manufacturing Co., Rutland 

Mount Lake Creamery Co., South Londonderry 

Mount Mansfield^ Eleotrio Railway Co., Stowe 

National Car Co., St. Albans 

National Horse Nail Co., Vergennes 

National Life Insurance Co., Montpelier 

National Milk Sugar Co., Bellows Falls 

Neshobe Electric Co., Brandon 

Newbury Village Creamery Co 

New England Bridire Works, St. Albans 

New England Fire Insurance Co., Rutland 

New England Hotel Co., Rutland 

New England Mabufacturing Co., Bradford 

New Haven Mills Co-operative Creamery Co 

New Haven Mills Manufacturing Co 

Newport Electric Light Co 

Newport and Richford R. R., Montreal, P. Q 

News Publishing Co., Burlington 

Newton & Thompson Manufacturing Co., Brandon.... 

Niehols A. Sanborn Co., Northfleld 

Northern Lumber Co., St. Johusbury 

Northern Manufacturing Co., Burlington 



Northern Supply Co., Burlington. 

Northern Telephone Co., Enosburg Falls 

Nortbfield Aqueduct Co 

Northfield Enttsrprise Co 

Northfield Savings Bank 

Northfield Telephone Co 

North Hartland Building Association 

North Montpelier Co-operative Creamery Co. ... 

North Pownal Manufacturing Co 

North River Creamery Association, Jacksonville 
North River Manufacturing Co., Wilmington ... 
North Ryegate Co-operative Creamery Co., South 

Peacham • 

North Thetford Creamery Co 

Norwich Aqueduct Co 

Noyesville Co-operative Creamery Association, Walden. 
Oak Hill Co-operative Creamery Co., Williston 

Oak Leaf Creameiy Co., Chester 

Odd Fellows Building Association, Ludlow ..... 

Olcott Water Co., Wilder 

Old Bee Hive, Burlington 



$10 
10 
15 



10 
10 
60 
40 
15 
10 
10 
10 
10 
11 
25 
50 
15 



20 
10 
10 
10 
15 



10 
10 
10 
10 
40 
10 
10 
10 
15 
10 
10 
10 
10 



60 
10 
10 
10 
35 
10 



10 
10 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



$10 
10 
15 
10 
10 
10 

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50 
15 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
25 
60 
15 
50 
20 
10 
10 

"is 

25 

10 
10 
10 
10 
40 
10 
10 
10 
15 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
50 
10 
10 
10 
35 
10 
10 

10 

'"io 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



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85 



t.lcen«e Taxes— Continued. 



VERMONT CORPORATIONS. 



1901. 



1902. 



Oxunion Publisbiog Co., Bradford 

Orange County Creamery Co., Chelsea 

Orange Connty Farmers' Exchange, Bradford 

Orleans County Fair Association, Barton 

Orleans Trust Co., Newport 

Orwell Cheese Factory Co 

Ottanqnechee Savings Bank, Woodstock 

Ottauquechee Woolen Co 

Panton Creamery Co 

Paikcr Co., J. C, Qnochee 

Parks & Woolson Machine Co., Springfield 

Passumpsic Creamery Association 

Passampsic Fiber Leather Co 

Passumpsic Savings Bank, St. Johnsbnry 

Patch Manufacturing Co., F. R., Rutland 

Peoples' Electric Light and Power Co., Essex Junction. 

Peoples' Exchange, Jericho 

Peoples' Gas Light Co., Rutland .^ 

Peoples' Trust Co., St. Albans 

Peroival Manufacturing Co., Barton 

Pern Cheese Co 

Phi Delta Theta, Burlington, arrears 1901 

Pioneer Electric Light Co., Barnet ...... ..# 

Pittsford Aqueduct Co 

Pittsford Manufacturing Co 

Pittnford Sewer Co 

Pittsford and Rutland R. R. Co., Proctor 

Plainfield Creamery Co 

Plumbing and Heating Co., Rutland 

Porter Furniture Co., Springfield 

Proctorsville Fraternal Society 

Proctorsville Telegraph and Telephone Co 

Proctorsville Telegraph and Telephone Co., arrears 1901. 

Proctor Trust Co 

Putnam, LaFountain &. Co., Springfield 

Putney Creamery Association 

Queen City Cotton Co., Bnrlington 

haleigh Marble Co., Pittsford. 

Randolph Co., The 

Randolph Co-operative Creamery Co 

Readsboro Chair Manufacturing Co 

Reporter Publishing Co., Springfield 

Richford Foundry Co 

Richford Manufacturing Co 

Richford Savings Bank and Trust Co 

Richmond and Huntington Telephone Co., Jonesville.. 

Ripley Lumber Co., Poultney 

Rixford Manufacturing Co., East Highgate 

Roberts Grinder Co., Rondout. N. Y 

Robertson Paper Co., Bellows Falls 

Robin Hood Powder Co., Swantotj , 

Robinson -Edwards Lumber Co., Burlington 

Rochester Electric Light and Power Co 

Rock Spring Water Co., Bristol 

Ro88-Huntres8 Co.. Rutland 

Ruggles Machine Co., Poultney 

Rupert Dairy Association • 



$10 
10 
10 
10 
45 
10 
50 
10 
10 
15 
15 
10 
10 
50 
15 
10 
10 
15 
50 
10 
10. 



10 
10 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



45 
10 
10 
50 



10 
10 
10 



10 
40 
10 
10 
15 
30 
15 
25 
10 
10 
10 



10 
10 



$10 
10 
10 
10 
50 
10 
50 
10 
10 
15 
15 
10 
10 
50 
15 
10 
10 
15 
50 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
50 
10 
10 
50 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
45 
10 
10 
15 
30 
15 
35 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



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License Taxes— >Continaea. 



VERMONT CORPORATIONS. 



1901. 



Rutland City Electric Co 

Eutlund Fire Clay Co 

Katland-Florence Marble Co 

Ratland Granite Co 

Rutland Railroad Co 

Rutland Savings Bank 

Rutland Street Railway Co 

Rutland Transit Co 

Rutland Trust Co 

Rutland and Tidewater Railroad Co., Proctor... . 
Rutland and Whitehall Railroad Co., Fair Haven. 

Rye^te Co-operative Creamery Association 

Sabm Machine Co., Montpelier 



St. Albans Electric Liprht and Power Co 

St. Albans Foundry and Implement Co 

St. Albans Furniture Co 

St. Albans Gas Li^cht Co 

St. Albans Hotel Co 

St. Albans Manufacturing Co 

St. Albans Messenger Co 

St. Albans Remedy Co 

St. Johnsbury Electric Co 

St. Johnsbury Republican Co 

St. Johnsbury and Lake Champlain Railroad Co., 

Boston, Mass 

Salisbury Bros., Furniture Co., Randolph..- 

Samson Co-operative Creamery Co., Grand Isle 

Shady RIU Co-operative Creamery Co., Middlesex 

Sharon Co-operative Creamery Association 

Sheffield Co-operative Creamery Association 

Shelburoe Co-operative Creamery Co 

Sheldon Marble Co., Proctor 

Shoreham Telegraph and Telephone Co., East Shoreham 

Smith Co., S. A., Brattleboro 

Smith, Whitcomb & Cook Co., Barre 

South Hero Creamery Association 

South Peacham Creamery Co 

South Ryeffate Co-operative Creamery Association... 

South Shaftsbury Creamery Association 

£louth Starksboro Creamery Co 

South Woodstock Telephone Co 

Spaulding Bros. Co., Newport 

Speedwell Farms, Lyndon Center 

Springfield Co-operative Creamery Co 

Springfield Electric Co 

Springfield Electric Railway Co 

Springfield Local Telephone Co 

Springfield Savings Bank 

Springfield Separator Co • 

Springfield Street Sprinkling Co 

Springfield Wall Paper and Shade Co 

Spring and Fountain Water Co., Barre 

Stafford & Holden Manufacturing Co., Barre 

Stamford Chemical Co 

Standard Coal and Ice Co., Burlington 

Stark Paper Co., North Bennington 

State Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Rutland 



$25 
15 



10 
50 
50 
20 
50 
45 
10 
35 
10 
10 
15 



10 
10 
10 
10 
15 
15 
10 
10 

50 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
35 
10 
15 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



10 
10 
10 
15 
10 
50 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



10 
15 



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Iilcense Toxea— Continued. 



TEBStONT CORPORATIONS. 


1901. 


1902. 


State Trust Co.. RntlaDd. ...••• ••••.. ...... ..-.-. -.-. 


$15 
15 
10 


$80 


Steam Stone Cutter Co., Rutland. 


15 


Stone Lumber Co., Boston^ Mass...... ...... ...... .... 


10 


Stone Tracy Co., Windsor ...... ...... ...••• ...... .... 


10 


Stowell Manufacturing Co., Putney. .................. 


10 
10 
10 
15 
10 
10 
10 
10 
25 


10 


Strafford Creamery Co., South StraJSord ••....•••• 


10 


Sweat-Comings Co., Bicliford. 


10 


Temple Brothers Co., Rutland 


15 


Thomas Brothers Co., Jefferson ville ••...• ...... ...... 


10 


ToDsham Creamery Co. ....... ...... ........ . 


10 


Townshend Hotel Co., East Town shend 


10 


Treat Brook Creamery Co., West Waterford 


10 


True Blue Marble Co., Rutland 




True Manufacturing Co., Waterbnry ...... ...... ...... 


10 


Turn bull Co., J. G., Barton Landing. .•.•••• ••.•...... 




10 


Tuttle Co., Rutland 


10 
10 

io 

50 
10 
10 
10 


• 10 


Union Aqueduct & Water Supply Co., North Thetford. 

Union Cheese Factory Co., South Wallingford 

Union Driving Park Society, South Wallingford 

Union Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Montpeiier 

Union Raveler Co., North Bennington. ...... ...... .... 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


Union Sayings Bank and Trust Co., Morrisyille 

Union Slate Co., Nortbfleld 


50 
10 


United States Clothes Pin Co., Montpeiier 


10 


Unity Collar and Cuff Co., North Bennington 


10 


Upper Coos R. R., St. Johnsbury 


10 


Upper Coos R. R., St. Johnsbury, arrears 1901 

Vacuum Drier Co., St. Johnsbury. ...... .....•.••..... 


20 

20 

15 

10 
10 


10 
20 


Vacuum Wet Machine Co., St. Johnsbury. ............ 


20 


Vail Light and Lumber Co., Manchester Depot 

Valentine Knitting Co., Bennington. ...... ...... ...... 


15 
15 


Valley Creamery Association, Westminster.. .... ...... 


10 


Valley Falls Creamery, Hiuesburgh 


10 


Valley Grain Co., Brattleboro 


11 


Variety Store Co.. Bakersfield. ...... ..-— - 


10 


10 


VerdMont Mills, Ludlow 


10 


Vercennes Creamery Co 


10 
10 
10 
10 
15 



15 

20 
10 
20 
10 
10 
50 


10 


Vergennes Electric Co...... ...... ...... ...... .... .... 


10 


Vermont Baking Co., White River Junction 


10 


Vermont Chemical Co., St. Johnsbury. ...... .......... 


10 


Vermont Condensed Milk Co., Burlington. 


15 


Vermont Construction Co., St. Albans, arrears 1901 

Vermont Electric Co., Burlingtan... 


16 
15 


Vermonter Publishing Co., Vergennes, arrears 1899 and 
1900 




Vermont Farm Machine Co., Bellows Falls 


......... 


Vermont Granite Co.. Barre. ...... ...... ...... ---. -... 


20 


Vermont International Telegraph Co., St. Johnsbury.. - 
Vermont Lime Co., Burlington...... ...... •••... ...... 


10 
10 


Vermont Marble Co., Proctor. ...... ...... ...... ...... 


50 


Vermont Mutual Fire Ins. Co., Montpeiier .....••••... 


20 


Vermont Newspaper Union, Essex Junction 


10 
50 




Vermont Savings Bank, Brattleboro....... ...... ...... 


50 


Vermont Securities Co.,' Bradford 


10 


Vermont Shade Roller Co., Burlington. ...... 


15 


16 


Vermont Slate Syndicate, Fair Haven. .....I ...... .... 


10 


Vermont Slate Syndicate, Fair Haven, arrears, 1901... 
Vermont Snath Co., Springfield 


10 


10 
10 



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Iiloense Taxes— Continued. 



VERMONT CORPORATIONS. 



1901. 



Yennoiit Spool and Bobbin Co., Bnrlinsrton 

Vermont Talo and Asbestos Co., Burlington 

Vermont Telejrraph and Telephone Co., Boston, Masa.. 

Vermont Turning and Lumber Co., Bennington 

Vermont Valley R. R. of 1871, Boston, Mass 

Vermont and Massachusetts R. R. Co., St. Albans 

Vermont and ProTinoe Line R. R., St. Albans 

Vermont and Sinaloa Industrial Association, Waitsfield. 
Vermont and Sinaloa Industrial Association, Waitsti-ild. 

arrears 1901 

Vershire Creamery Association 

Victory Lumber Co 

Wait Radiator Co., St. Albans 

Waitsfield Creamery Co 

Walbridge Co., H. g., North Bennington 

Walden vreamery Association, South Walden 

Walker Grocery Co., Bnrlington 

Walker Manufacturing Co., Burlington 

Wallingford Hotel Co 

Wallingford Manufacturing Co 

Warren Co-operative Creamery Co 

Warren Leather Co., Morrisville 

Washington Agricultural Association 

Washington Creamery Association 

Watchie Co., J. L., Lyndonville 

Wead Hardware Co., Swanton 

Welch Bros. Maple Co., Burlington 

Wells River Creamery 

Wells River Savings Bank 

Wells & Richardson Co., Burlington 

West Hartford Creamery Association 

West Milton Co-operative Creamery Association 

West Randolph Building Co., Randolph 

West Windsor Cheese Mfg. Co., Brownsville 

Wetmore &> Morse Granite Co., Montpelier.... 

Whelden Ice Co., Ludlow 

White Co., H. C, North Bennington 

White Ice Co., C. M., Woodstock 

White Mop Wringer Co., Jamaica 

White River Eleotrio Co., Bethel 

White River Furniture Co., White River Junction 

White River Paper Co., White River Junction 

White River Savings Bank, White River Junction 

White River Shoe Co., South Royalton 

Willard Manufacturing Co., St. Albans 

Williamstown Construotion Co 

Williston Co-operative Creamery Association 

Wilmington Grain and Lumber Co 

Wilmington Savings Bank 

Windham County Creamery Association, Newfane 

Windham County Savings Bank, Newfane 

Windsor Canning Co 

Windsor Electric Light Co 

Windsor Gas Light Co 

Windsor Machine Co ^ 

Windsor Savings Bank 

Winooski Aqueduct Co •••• 



$10 



10 
10 
50 
20 
25 



10 



10 
10 
10 
15 
10 
10 
10 
10 
15 
10 
10 



10 
10 
10 
50 
15 
10 
10 
10 
10 
15 
10 
10 



10 
10 
10 
50 
10 
20 
10 
10 
10 
50 
10 
45 
10 
10 
10 
10 
60 
10 



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License Taxes— Continued* 



VERMONT CORPOBATIONS. 



1901. 



IMl. 



Winooski Savings Bank 

Winooski Valley Co-operative Creamery Association, 

North Williston 

Woodbnry Granite Co., Hardwick 

Woodstock Aqnedaot Co 

Woodstock Electric Co 

Woodstock Hotel Co 

Woodstock Ice Supply Co 

Woodstock Bailway Co 

Tale Wonder Clock Co., Barlin^on 

Total Vermont corporations. 



$50 



$8,140 



$50 



10 


10 


15 


15 


10 


10 


10 


10 


10 


10 


10 


10 


30 


80 


10 


10 



$9,822 



CORPORATIONS OF OTHER STATES. 



1901. 



190a. 



Adams Construction Co., Buffalo, N. T 

American Re^^stry Co., Washineton, D. C 

American Woolen Co., Boston, Mass 

Armour & Co., Jersey City, N. J 

Auld A. Conger Co., Cleveland, O 

Baker Underwear Co., Peekskill, N. Y 

Barber Leather Co., North Adams, Mass 

Batoheldor, Francis, & Co., Boston, Mass 

Batten-Kill Lumber Co., Lancaster, N. H 

Beecher Falls Co., Concord, N. H 

Belden's Falls Marble Co., Beldens, Vt 

Bennington Water Power and Light Co 

Bennington and Hoosick Valley Railway Co., Hooslok 

Falls, N.Y 

Bliss Maniifaeturing Co., R., Pawtnoket, R. I 

Boston and Maine K. R., Boston, Mass 

Brigham Co., C, Cambridge, Mass 

Burlinf^ton, Winooski A. Colchester Mills, Winooski, Vt. 

Canadian Express Co., Montreal, P. Q 

Canadian Medical Co., St. Paul. Minn •• 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co., Montreal, P. Q 2.. 

Casein Co. of America, Jersey City, N. J 

Colodny Co., L., New York, N. Y 

Commercial Union Telegraph Co., New York, N. Y 

Connecticut Bailding &, Loan Association, Hartford, 

Conn 

Counecticnt Valley Lumber Co., Boston, Mass 

Consolidated Water Co., Portland, Maine 

Consolidated Water Co., Portland, arrears 1899, 1900, 

1901 



Co-operant Telephone Co., Dresden Center, N. Y 

Delaware and Hudson Co., New York, N. Y • 

Dominion Express Co., Montreal, P. Q 

Excelsior Carriage Co., Watertown, N. Y 

Fox-Becker Granite Co., Middletown, Conn 

Oane ShirD Co., O. A., Island Pond 

Grand Trunk Railway Co. of Canada, Montreal, P. Q. 

Grand Union Tea Co., Newark, N. J 

Grand Union Tea Co., Newark N. J., arrears 1901 



$15 



15 
15 

25 
20 
50 



40 
35 



50 



10 
50 



10 
50 
15 
10 



50 



$10 
10 
50 
15 
20 
15 
10 
15 
10 
15 



15 

25 
20 
50 
85 



35 
15 
50 
50 
10 
50 

50 
60 
10 

80 
10 
50 
15 
10 
10 
20 
50 
50 
60 



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License Taxes— Continued. 



CORPORA.TIONS OF OTHER STATES. 



1801. 



1902. 



Granyille Telephone Co., Granville, N. Y 

Great Northwestern Telegraph Co., Toronto, Ont 
Hale Co., New York, N. Y .... 



Hood & Sona, H. P., West Derry, N. H 

Hudson Valley Creamery Co.^ Providence, R. I 

Intemationnl Paper Co., Connth, N. Y , 

luternatioual Shirt and Collar Co., Troy, N. Y 

Kaiabdin Pulp and Paper Co., Bellows Falls 

Leland & Hall Co., New York, N. Y 

LeviHon & Lamb Manufacturing Co., New York, N. Y.. 

Lumiere North American Co., London, Eng 

Maiue Central B. B. Co., Portland, Me 

Mascoma Electric Light and Gas Co., West Lebanon, 
N, H 

Montague City Bod Co., Montague City, Mass 

Montauk Slate Co., Middle Granville, N. Y 

Moutvert Hotel and Springs Co.. Middletown Springs 

National Metal Edge Box Co., Philadelphia, Pa 

New England Asbestos Mining and Milling Co., Fall 
Birer, Mass • 

New England Electric Bailroad Construction Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass 

New England Talc Co., Worcester, Mass 

New England Telegraph and Telephone Co., Boston, 

Mft6S 

Northern Provision Co., Concord, N. H 

Northern Provision Co., Concord, N. H., arrears 1901 
Northern Telegraph and Telephone Co., Boston, Mass.. 

Olcott Falls Co., Wilder 

Parker dt Young Co., Lisbon, N. H 

Payson, B. C, A. Co., Portland, Me 

Peerless Manufacturing Co., Newport, N. H 

Pike Manufacturing Co., Pike Station, N. H 

Porter Screen Manufacturing Co., Trenton, N. J 

Pullman Co., Chicago, 111 

Shepard A. Morse Lumber Co., Boston, Mass 

Singer Manufacturing Co., New York, N. Y 

Smith Premier Typewriter Co., Syracuse, N. Y 

Squire & Co., John P., Boston, Mass 

Standard Oil Co., New York, N. Y 

Stanstead Granite Quarries Co., Beebe Plain, Que. .. 

Sutter Bros., Inc., Chicago, 111 

Tucker Asbestos Co., Lowell, Vt 

Union Pacific Tea Co., New York, N. Y 

Union Soapstone Co., Nashua, N. H 

United Shirt and Collar Co., Troy, N. Y 

Vermont Loan and Trust Co., Grand Forks, N. D.... 



Vermont and Arizona Copper Co., Burlington . 
Western Union Telegrapb Co., New York, N. x .. .. 
Westminster Pulp and Paper Co., Bellows Falls, 



Vt.. 



arrears 1900 
Westminster Pulp and Paper Co., Bellows Falls, Vt., 

arrears 1901 

Wood M. & B. Machine Co.^. A., Hoosiok Falls, N. Y. 

Woods ville Telephone Co., Woodsville, N. H 

Wright Health Underwear Co., New York, N. Y 



Total, corporations of other States (except ins. oo's) 



$50 



10 

"56 

10 



80 



50 



10 
35 



15 



10 

50 



50 
50 



10 
'25 



50 



$965 



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91 



License Taxes— Continued. 



FOREIGN INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



1901. 



1902. 



Aachen d& Manich Fire Insaranoe Co., Aix-la-Cbapelle, 

Germany 

^tna Indemnity Co., Hartford, Conn 

Mtnsk Insarance Co., Hartford, Conn 

^tna Life Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn 

American I^re Insurance Co., New York, N.T 

American Fire Insarance Co., Philadelphia, Pa 

American Snrety Co., New York, N. Y • 

Baokers' Life losuranee Co., New York, N. Y 

Berkshire Mutnal Fire Insarance Co., Pittsfield, Mass. 

Boston Insorance Co.... , 

British America Assurance Co., Toronto, Canada 

Cambridge Mntual Fire los. Co., Cambridgeport, Mass 
Cambridge Mutual Fire Ins. Co., Cambridgeport, Mass., 

arrears 1901 .1 

Capital Fire Ins. Co., Concord, N. H 

Ciiy Trust, Safe Deposit &. Surety Co., Philadelphia... 

Commercial Union Assurance Co., Londou, Eng 

Connecticut Fire Ins. Co., Hartford, Conn 

Connecticut General Life Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn. 
Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn. 
Connecticut Mntual Life Insurance Co., Hartford, Coun., 

arrears 1901 

Continental Casualty Co., Hammond, Ind 

Continental Insurance Co., New York, N. Y 

Employers' Liability Assurance Corp., London, Eufr.. 
Equitable Accident Co., Boston, Mass. (See Masouio 

Eauit. Ace. Ass'n) 

Equitable Life Assurance Soo'y of the U. S., N. Y 

Fidelity and Casualty Co., New York, N. Y 

Fidelity and Deposit Co. of Md., Baltimore, Md .... 

Fire Association of Philadelphia, Pa 

Fireman's Fond Insurance Co., San Francisco, Cal. . 

Fitchburg Mutual Fire Ins. Co., Fitchbnrg, Mass 

Frankfort Marine, Accident and Plate Glass Ins. Co., 

Frankfort, Germany 

Granite State Fire Insurance Co., Portsmouth, N. H. .. 

Great Eastern Casualty and Indemnity Co., N. Y 

Greenwich Insurance Co.. New York, N. Y 

Guarantee Co. of North America, Montreal, P. Q 

Hartford Fire Insurance Co 

Hartford Life Insurance Co 

Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co.. 

Home Insurance Co., New York, N. Y 

Home Life Insurance Co., New York, N. Y 

Insurance Company of North America, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Lancashire Insurance Co., Manchester, Eng ^ 

Liverpool and London and Globe Ins., Liverpool, Eng. 
Lloyds Plate Glass Insurance Co., New York, N. Y.... 

London Assurance Corporation, London, Eng 

London Guarantee and Accident Co., London, Eng.... 

Manchester Assurance Co., Manchester, Eng 

Manhattan Fire Insurance Co., New York, N. Y 

Manhattan Life Insurance Co., New York, N. Y 

Maryland Casualty Co.^ Baltimore, Md 

Masonic Equitable Accident Association, Boston, Mass. 

(See Equitable Accident Co.) 



$50 
30 
50 
50 
45 
50 
50 
15 

"56 
50 



25 
50 
50 
50 
20 



50 
50 



15 
SO 
50 
50 
50 



25 

20 
25 
40 
50 
50 
50 
50 
20 
50 
50 
50 
30 
50 
40 
50 
50 
15 
50 

10 



$50 
30 
50 
50 

"56 
50 
45 
20 
50 
50 
80 

85 

80 
50 
50 
60 
50 
50 

50 
50 
60 
50 

10 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
25 

50 
40 
26 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 

"56 
50 
50 
45 
60 

'56 
50 



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Ijicenae Taxes— Continued. 



FOEEION INSUB^LNCB COMPAKIBS. 



1001. 



1902. 



Mass. Mntnal Aooident Association, Boston, Mass 

Mass. Mutual Life Insurance Co., Springfield, Mass.... 

Merchants' Insurance Co., Newark, N. J 

Merchants and Farmers' Insurance Co., Worcester, Mass. 

Merrimack Mntual Fire Insurance Co., Andover, Mass. 

Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., New York, N. Y 

Metropolitan Plate GHass Ins. Co., New York, N. Y.... 

Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co.. Newark, N. J 

Mutual Life Insurance Co. of N. Y 

National Accident Society, New York, N. Y 

National Assurance Co., Dublin, Ireland 

National Fire Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn 

National Surety Co., New York, N. Y 

New Amsterdam Casualty Co., New York, N. Y 

New Hampshire Fire Insurance Co., Manchester, N. H. 

New York Plate Glass Insurance Co., New York 

New York Life Insurance Co 

Niagara Fire Insurance Co., New York, N. Y 

North British and Mercantile Insurance Co., London, 
Eng •.•....•••• . 

Northern AsHurance Co., London, Eng 

Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co., Milwaukee, 
Wis 

Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Norwich, Eng. 

Orient Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn 

Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co., San Francisco 

Palatine Insurance Co., London, Eng 

Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co., Philadelphia, Pa .... 

Pennsylvania Casualty Co., Soranton, Pa 

Pbeniz Insurance Co., Brooklyn, N. Y 

PbcBuix Assurance Co., London, Eng 

PboBuix Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn 

Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn.... 

Preferred Accident Insurance Co., New York, N. Y 

Preferred Accident Insurance Co., New York, N. Y., 

arrears 1901 

Providence Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Providence, R. I, 

Provident Life and Trust Co., Philadelphia, Pa 

Provident Savings Life Assurance Society, New York, 

N.Y 

Prudential Insurance Co. of America, Newark, N. J.. 

Quincy Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Qninoy, Mass 

Security Mutual Life Insurance Co., Binghamton, N. Y. 
Springfield Fire and Marine Insurance Co., Springfield, 

Mass 

Standard Life and Accident Insurance Co., Detroit, 

Mich 

State Mutual Life Assurance Co., Worcester, Mass 

Sun Insurance Office, London, England 

Traders' Insurance Co., Chicago, III 

Traders and Mechanics' Insurance Co., Lowell, Mass.. 

Travelers' Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn 

Union Assurance Society, London, Eng 

Union Casualty and Surety Co., St. Louis, Mo 

Union Central Life Insurance Company, Cincinnati, O. 

Union Mutual Life Insurance Co., Portland, Me 

United Firemen's Insurance Co., Philadelphia, Pa 



$10 
"45 



50 
15 



50 
50 
40 
50 
15 



60 

50 
25 



60 
50 
25 
60 

•is 

50 
50 
50 



50 

15 
50 



15 

50 

80 

'50 
50 
50 
50 
23 
30 
15 



85 



$10 
50 
50 
85 
30 
50 
45 
50 
60 
10 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
85 
50 
50 

50 
50 

50 
50 
50 
60 
60 
50 
SO 
60 
60 
50 
50 
50 



50 
60 

60 
50 
60 
50 

60 

50 
50 
60 
50 
60 
60 
50 
50 
50 
50 
60 



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THB TKBASURBB. 



93 



Lleeiuie Taxes— Continued* 



FOREIGN IN8UBANCE COMPANIES. 


1901. 


1M3. 


United Stotes Casualty Co., New York, N. Y 


$35 
50 

50 

20 
35 
50 
30 


$60 


United States Fidelity Sl Gnaranty Co., Baltimore, Md. 

U. 8. Health and Accident Ins. Co., Saginaw, Mich 

United States Life Insurance Co., New York, N. Y 

Washington Life Insurance Co., New York, N. Y 

Westchester Fire Insurance Co., New York, N. Y 

Western Assurance Co., Toronto, Ont ,..,.. 


50 
80 
60 
50 
50 
50 


Williamsburgh City Fire Insurance Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 


50 


Total, insurance comnaoi^^s . ...... ...... .... .... 


$3,280 


$4,885 





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Corporations of Other States.. 
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ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



Inspector of Prance 



OF THE 



STATE OF VERMONT, 



JUNE 30, \90U 



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SAVINGS BANKS, SAVINGS INSTITUTIONS AND TRUST 
COMPANIES. 

LOCATION. CORPORATE NAME. PAGE. 

•Qgj^Q S Barre Savings Bank and Trust Company 13 

i Granite Savings Bank and Trust Company. . . 42 

Barton Barton Savings Bank 16 

Bellows Falls Bellows FaUs Savings Institution 18 

Bennington Bennington County Savings Institution 20 

Bradford Bradford Savings Bank and Trust Company. 108 

Brattleboro i Brattleboro Savings Bank 22 

^ Vermont Savings Bank 91 

' Burlington Savings Bank 24 

Farmers' and Mechanics' Savings Bank and 

Burlington < Trust Company 39 

Burlington Trust Company 27 

'^ Home Savings Bank 46 

Chester Chester Savings Bank 32 

Bnosburg Falls Enosburg Falls Savings and Trust Company. 37 

Hardwick. Hardwick Savings Bank and Trust Company. 44 

Hyde Park Lamoille County Savings Bank and Trust Co. 50 

Jamaica Jamaica Savings Bank 48 

Ludlow Ludlow Savings Bank and Trust Company. . 52 

Lyndonville Lyndon Savings Bank 54 

Montpelier S Capital Savings Bank and Trust Company. . 30 

\ Montpelier Savings Bank and Trust Company 58 

Morrlsville Union Savings Bank and Trust Company 89 

Newfane Windham County Savings Bank 101 

Newport Orleans Trust Company 64 

Northfield Northfield Savings Bank 62 

Proctor Proctor Trust Company 75 

Randolph Randolph Savings Bank 110 

Richford Rlchford Savings Bank and Trust Company. 77 

r Marble Savings Bank 56 

Rutland < Rutland Savings Bank 79 

I Rutland Trust Company 82 

I State Trust Company 87 

Springfield Springfield Savings Bank 84 

St Albans } People's Trust Company 72 

( Franklin County Savings Bank and Trust Co. 40 

fl*. T^>,»ciK»^ ) Citizens' Savings Bank and Trust Company. 34 

St. Johnsbury \ Passumpsic Savings Bank ..... 69 

Wells River Wells River Savings Bank 94 

White River June. . White River Savings Bank 96 

Wilmington Wilmington Savings Bank 99 

Windsor Windsor Savings Bank 103 

Winooski Winooski Savings Bank 105 

Woodstock Ottauquechee Savings Bank 66 



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INDBX TO TABLES. 

PAGE. 

Table No. 1. Aggregate Besources and Liabilities of the Savings 
Banks and Trust Companies of Vermont June 90, 
1901 115 

Table No. 2. Classified Summary of Besources of the Savings 
Banlcs and Trust Companies of Vermont, at close of 
business, June 30, 1901 116 

Table No. 3. Classified Summary of Liabilities and Number of 

Depositors in each Bank, June 30, 1901 122 

Table No. 4. Dividends, Taxes and Exx>enses for year ending June 

30, 1901 124 

Table No. 5. Classification of Deposits and Depositors 126 

Table No. 6. Miscellaneous Statistics % 128 

Table No. 7. Showing Growth of Savings Banks, Savings Institu- 
tions and Trust Companies in Vermont since 1850. 129 



INVESTMENT COMPANIES AND CO-OPEBATIVE SAVINGS AND 
LOAN ASSOCIATIONS IN VEBMONT AND ELSEWHEBE. 

PAGE. 

Brandon Investment and Guaranty Company 133 

Burlington Building and Loan Association 135 

Essex Co-operative Savings and Loan Association 137 

Vermont Loan and Trust Company 141 

Connecticut Building and Loan Association 143 



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REPORT. 



Office of Inspector of Finance, I 

PouLTXEv, Vermont, August 7, 1901. ) 

As required by our state law I herewith publish the sworn 
statements of the Treasurers of the Savings Banks, Savings 
Institutions and Trust Companies; Investment Companies 
and Building and Loan Associations organized under the laws 
of this state, and also the reports of Investment and Loan 
Companies and Building and Loan Associations organized un- 
der laws of other states, doing business in this state. 

The statements and reports 'show the condition of such 
institutions at close of business June 30, 1901. 

SAVIN<3^S BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES. 

Twenty-two Savings Banks and nineteen Trust Companies 
have done business in the state during year ending June 30, 
1901. 

DEPOSITS AND DEPOSITORS. 

The aggregate deposits in the Savings Banks, Savings In- 
stitutions and Trust Companies at close of business June 30, 
1901, was $40,209,059.23, which is fl,918,664.89 more than was 
on deposit June 30, 1900. 

The number of depositors was 123,151, a gain of 4,797 dur- 
ing the year. 

107,095 residents of Vermont had deposits of 133,415,771.89, 
15,456 non-residents had deposits of f6,769,544.66. 

Resident depositors show an increase for the year of 3,890 
in number and |1,546,885.67 in amount of deposits. 

Non-resident depositors increased 901 in number and the 
amount of their deposits increased $348,030.54. 

Three banks have reported among liabilities dividends 
due depositors July 1, 1901, to the amount in all of |23,742.68, 
without classifying same between resident and non-resident 
depositors. 

This 123,742.68 is included in the 140,209,059.23 aggregate 
amount of all deposits, but is not included in either the above 
division of deposits between resident and non-resident deposi- 
tors, nor in Tables Nos. 5 and 7 of this report. 



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The average amount of deposits to each depositor was oi 
June 30, 1001, $326.50, an increase in average for the year ol 
12.98. 

The average deposit to each resident depositor was $310.28 
as compared with $307.02, the average June 30, 1900. 

The average deposit to each non-resident depositor was 
$437.99, which is $3.19 less than the average June 30, 1900. 

Depositors to the number of 3,460 had each more thai 
$1,500 in a bank. The total amount of such deposits was 
$7,358,444.53, an average of $2,126.72. 

This class of depositors show an increase of 240 in number 
$588,425.18 in amount, and $24.24 in average since June 30 
1900. 

RESOURCES. 

The total resources of all Savings Banks, Savings Institu 
tions and Trust Companies on June 30, 1901, were $43,384, 
106.19, and exceeded the resources June 30, 1900, b^ 
$2,029,758.15. 

These resources are classified as follows: 




DESCRIPTION. 


Amoant. 


COMPARRD WITH JUNB 30. 1900. 




Incretae. 


Becreaae. 


Mortgages od real estate in 
Vermont 


$8,131,182 78 

15,077,207 74 
2,807,518 43 

169,621 69 

223,113 98 

686,334 01 
364,277 74 
906,266 10 
855,854 77 
9,488,310 58 

324,337 55 
674,900 68 
472,767 50 
88,834 37 
2,656,264 29 
457,313 98 


$326,911 50 
1,249,389 43 

21,372 02 
19,784 63 
39,392 06 




Mortgages on real estate 
elsewhere 




Loans on personal secnrity . 
Loans on deposit book col- 
lateral 


$135,268 'i 


Loans on bank stock collat- 
eral 




Loans on mortgage collat- 
eral 




Loans on other collateral. .. 


98,891 
" 131 ] 078" 


Loans to towns, citips, etc . . 
United States bonds 


93,447 42 


Municipal bonds...... 


663,175 14 
2,880 79 




Real estate for banking pur- 
poses .................... 




Real estate by foreclosure.. 
Bank stock 


72,998 


6,703 00 




Miscellaneons assets . ...... 


191,408 


Deposits in banks 


373,282 33 


Cdsh on hand......... 


37,434 






Net increase 


$43,384,106 19 


$2,696,338 31 
2,029,758 15 


$666,580 









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The table following shows the percentages of assets in the 
various classes of inyestments from 1891 to 1901 inclusive : 





1891 


1802 


1898 


1894 


1896 


1896 


1897 


1898 


1899 


1900 


1901 


1 In mortgages on real 
























estate In Termont 


19.80 


18.78 


17.95 


18.83 


18.85 


18.90 


19.00 


19.10 


18.86 


18.87 


18.74 


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estate elsewhere 


84.17 


83.56 


88.8S 


81.88 


81.98 


81.68 


80.58 


29.48 


81.23 


38.44 


84.75 


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curity 


10.06 


9.89 


10.06 


8.78 


8.61 


8.0S 


7.58 


7.24 


6.72 


7.12 


6.47 


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tLereon 


*4l.l8 


3.28 


3.09 


3.08 


1.34 


1.87 


1.90 


1.86 


1.80 


1.62 


1.81 


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cipal) and to towns, 
























cities, etc : 


36.09 


26.36 


38.38 


29.39 


39.90 


36.97 


39.18 


29.88 


37.81 


25.98 


35.93 


6 In real estate 


1.14 


1.28 


1.88 


1.67 


1.93 


3.06 


3.43 


2.40 


2.58 


2.58 


3.3U 


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stock 


8.16 


8.06 


3.44 


3.10 


8.88 


8.98 


4.17 


4.80 


4.16 


8.73 


3.03 


8 In deposits in banks 


8.41 


4.03 


8.04 


8.86 


8.86 


8.25 


4.29 


4.97 


6.60 


5.53 


6.13 


9 In cash on hand 


1.00 


.98 


1.68 


1.06 


1.19 


1.01 


.94 


1.38 


1.80 


1.30 


1.06 



SURPLUS. 

The twenty-two Savings Banks have a " Surplus Fund re- 
served^' amounting to 11,025,136.32; this is |41,894.46 more 
than the " Surplus Fund reserved " of the same banks June 
30, 1900. 

The total surplus and accumulated profits (exclusive of 
capital stock) of all the Savings Banks and Trust Companies 
was 12,085,647.65, an increase during the year of |116,465.86. 

TAXES. 

During the last year taxes to the amount of |255,159.85 
have been paid into the State Treasury by the Savings Banks 
and Trust Companies: this is |13,566.56 more than were paid 
the year before. 

BXPBNSES. 

The expenses of the Savings Banks and Trust Companies 
for the year have been (in addition to taxes) |201,918.79, 
which is 111,087.16 more than the expenses of the previous 
year. 

The average expense for each |1,000 of deposits cared for 
was 15.02, which is four cents more than the average expense 
per 11,000 for year ending June 30, 1900. 



DIVIDENDS TO DEPOSITORS. 



The total amount paid (or credited) to depositors as divi- 
dends or interest was 11,224,210.47, which is less by |2,896.90 
than the amount credited the year before. 

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Savings Banks paid interest as follows: 

Twenty paid at the rate of three and one-half per cent. 

Two paid at the rate of three per cent. 

Trust Companies paid interest at the following rates: 

Three paid four per cent. 

Four paid three and one-half per cent. 

One paid three and one-fourth per cent. 

Ten paid three per cent. 

DIVIDENDS TO STOCKHOLDERS. 

The amount of dividends paid by Trust Companies to stocli 
holders for the year was |51,500, being f 1,000 less than wai 
paid during the year previous. 

Three Trust Companies paid no dividends to stockholders 

One paid fourteen per cent. 

One paid ten per cent. 

Two paid eight per Cent. 

Seven paid six per cent. 

One paid five per cent. 

Three paid four per cent. 

One paid three per cent. 

BRADFORD SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY. 

This Trust Company has been in the hands of a Receive 
since February 1, 1898. 

The depositors have received fifty per cent from th 
Receiver, ten per cent having been paid during the last yea 

Another dividend will doubtless be paid in the near fu'tur 

RANDOLPH SAVINGS BANK. 

This Bank has been in the hands of a Receiver since Jui 
18, 1900. 

One dividend of thirty per cent has already been paid 1 
creditors. 

A dividend of about fifty per cent will be soon paid ai 
It is believed that the Receiver will be able to pay still a 
other dividend, so that the creditors will realize about nine 
per cent of their claims. 

Reports of the Receivers of both the Bradford Savinj 
Bank and Trust Company, and the Randolph Savings Bai 
are herewith published: 

TABLES. 

On pages 115 to 129 of this report are tabulated statemeii 
as follows: 

No. 1. Aggregate resources and liabilities of Savings Ban 
and Trust Companies in the State at close of business Ju 
30, 1900. 



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No. 2. Classified summary of the resources of the Savings 
Banks and Trust Companies at close of business June 30, 
1900. 

No. 3. Classified summary of liabilities of such Savings 
Banks and Trust Companies at. close of business June 30, 
1900, and number of depositors in each bank. 

No. 4. Rate and amount of dividends to both depositors 
and stockholders, and amounts of taxes and expenses {iaid 
during year ending June 30, 1900. 

No. 5. Classification of deposits and depositors. 

No. 6. Miscellaneous statistics. 

No. 7. Growth of Savings Banks and Trust Companies in 
Vermont since 1850. 

LICENSES. 

The following corporations and firms organized under the 
laws of other States, now hold licenses granted by me 
(licenses expire December 31, 1901). 

INVESTMDNT COMPANY. 

The Vermont Loan and Trust Company of Grand Forks, 
North Dakota. 

BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. 

The Connecticut Building and Loan Association of Hart- 
ford, Connecticut. 

BOND HOUSES. 

Morris & Whitehead, Bankers, Portland, Oregon, and Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 

E. H. Rollins & Sons, Boston, Mass. 

Edward C. Jones & Co., New York, N. Y. 

Trowbridge & Niver Co., Jersey City, N. J., and Chicago, 
111. 

Rudolph Kleybolte & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Spitzer & Co."; New York, N. Y. 

Farson, Leach & Co., New York, N. Y. 

W. H. Emerson, Boston, Mass. 

EXAMINATIONS. 

I have examined all Savings Banks and Trust Companies 
during the past year. 

I have assisted the State Auditor in his examination of the 
accounts of the State Treasurer. 

Proper vouchers were exhibited and the State Treasurer's 
books were found to be correct. 



FREDERICK S. PLATT, 

Inspector of Finance. 



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Savings Banks, Savings Institutions 



AND 



TRUST COMPANIES 



IN THE 



STATE OF VERMONT 



June 30, i90U 



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SAVINGS BANKS- 



THE BARRE SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, BARRB. 

June 3D, 1901. 

SESOtTBCES. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $276, 975 13 

Loans on personal security 50,296 03 

Loans on deposit books 36,482 82 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 1,400 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 22, 235 27 

Loans on other collateral security 24, 125 00 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 58, 162 88 

United States bonds 30,670 00 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 160,273 01 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

62 shares National Bank of Barre 7,047 50 

5 shares Montpeller National Bank 875 00 

36 shares Waterbury National Bank 1,600 00 

25 shares Franklin Ck)unty Sayings Bank and Trust Go. . 2,500 00 

5 shares Capital Savings Bank and Trust Co 500 00 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, viz. : 

National Bank of Barre 15,009 04 

Total $688 , 151 68 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in $50,000 00 

Due depositors 628,470 60 

Surplus fund reserved 5, 000 00 

Interest 4,662 99 

Dividends unpaid 18 00 

Total $688,151 68 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901, 2,297. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 2,289: 

Total of their deposits $615,884 03 

Number of depositors non-resident, 8. . 

Total of their deposits 12,586 66 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$66,428.11. 
Number of such depositors, 28. 



Total deposits $628,470 69 

DIVIDENDS. 

October 1, 1900, 2 per cent on deposits $9,657 63 

April 1, 1901, 2 per cent on deposits 11,027 02 

March 1, 1901, 6 per cent on stock 3,000 00 

Total dividends for the year \ $23, 684 65 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $500 00 

Other salaries 658 40 

State taxes paid 3,339 59 

All other expenses for the year 428 24 

Total expenses for the year $4, 926 23 

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LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Par 

Description. cent. value. 

Hardwicli. Vermont 5 $10,000 00 

Evansvllle, Indiana 4^ 3,000 00 

Mentone, Indiana 4% 4,500 00 

Indianapolis, Indiana 6 117 40 

Prairie City, Iowa 5 2,000 00 

Augusta, Georgia 7 100 00 

Malcolm, Iowa 5 2,000 00 

Chicago, Illinois 6 7,000 00 

Chesaning, Michigan 6 4,500 00 

Tawas City, Michigan 6 4,000 00 

Galesburg, IlUnois 6 2,500 00 

Moorhead, Minnesota 6 10,000 00 

Washburn, Wisconsin 6 1,000 00 

Cameron, Missouri 5 2,500 00 

Adams County, Illinois 6 2,90000 

Goodell. Iowa 6 1,200 00 

Tacoma, Washington 5&6 10,000 00 

Yellow Medicine, Minnesota 6 2,000 00 

Ingalls, Indiana 6 1,500 00 

Topeka, Kansas 6 5,000 00 

Sioux Falls, South Dakota 5 500 00 

River View, Illinois 6 80000 

Muscatine, Iowa 5 10,000 00 

New Madrid, Missouri 6 1,00000 

Burlington, Iowa 5 2,000 00 

Spokane County, Washington 6 4,000 00 

Kansas City 6 11,000 00 

Clay County, Indiana 6 3,000 00 

Flndlay, Ohio 6 2,000 00 

Omaha, Nebraska 5 3,000 00 

Louisville, Illinois 6 1,000 00 

St Helena 5 7,200 00 

Monroe County 5 1,000 00 

Amora 6 5,000 00 

Clay County 5 1,000 00 

Corpus Christi 4 5,000 00 

Iron Mountain 6 1.000 00 

Sidney, Ohio 6 1,000 00 

Putnam County, Ohio 6 500 00 

Vandalia 6 1,000 00 

Duluth 6 2.000 00 

Lake Side 6 2,000 00 

Qulncy, Massachusetts 4 1,955 61 

State of Montana 6 5,000 00 

State of Massachusetts S^^ 10,000 00 

State of New Hampshire 6 2,500 00 

$160,273 01 
United States Government bonds: 

2 per cent, of 1928 $23,800 00 

4 per cent, of 1925 5,000 00 



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Description. Par Book 

Bank stock: value. value. 

62 shares National Bank of Barre $6,200 00 $7,047 50 

5 shares Montpelier National Bank 500 00 875 00 

36 shares Waterbury National Bank 1,44000 1,60000 

25 shares Franklin County Savings Bank 

and Trust Co 2,500 00 2,500 00 

5 shares Capital Savings Bank and Trust Co. 500 00 500 00 

$11,140 00 $12,522 50 

OFFICERS. 

J. M. Perry, President; W. A. Boyce, Vice-President. 

Auditors — Directors. 

Investing Committee — Directors. 

Directors — J. M. Perry, W. A. Boyce, B. W. Braley, George How- 
land, J. Henry Jackson, F. G. Howland. 
Treasurer's bond, $20,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con-* 
dition of the Barre Savings Bank and Trust Company, at the close of 
business on the 30th day of June, 1901, according to my best knowl- 
edge and belief. 

F. G. HOWLAND, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Barre, Vermont, this 23d day of July, 
A. D. 1901. 

Before me, 

B. H. WELLS, Notary Public. 



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THE BARTON SAVINGS BANK, BARTON. 
June 30, 1901. 



BESOUBCES. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $93,040 

Loans on personal security 40,059 

Loans on deposit books 275 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 655 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 4, 335 

Loans on other collateral security 2,060 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 27,026 

United States bonds 15,000 

• State, county, city, town and school bonds 12.000 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

Barton National Bank 5 500 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Premium on United States bonds 5. 178 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, yiz.: 

Barton National Bank 3,423 

Shoe and Leather National Bank, Boston 35,616 

Total $244. 177 



LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors $239, 351 

Surplus fund reserved 1. 128 

Interest 3, 097 

Total $244, 177 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901, 1,048. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 1,032. 

Total of their deposits $236, 40:: 

Number of depositors non-resident, 16. 

Total of their deposits 2 , 85^ 

Amount of deposits not exceeding $250, in each case, 

$47,120.87. 
Number of such depositors, 746. 
Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$7,882.56. 
Number of such depositors, 4. 



Total deposits $230, 35: 



DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1901, 1% per cent 

July 1, 1901, 11^ per cent 

Total dividends for the year 



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EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $424 98 

Other salaries 36 25 

State taxes paid 1,163 34 

All other expenses for the year 587 44 

Total expenses for the year $2,212 01 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Market Par Book 

Description. cent. value. value. value. 

United States bonds of 

1925 4 $20,925 00 $15,000 00 $20,178 50 

Municipal bonds: 
Village of Barton, Ver- 
mont, water bonds.. 4 12,000 00 12,000 00 
Stocks: 
Barton National Bank 
stock, 55 shares 5,500 00 5,500 00 

OFFICEBS. 

H. R. Cutler, President; H. O. Pierce, Vice-President. 

Auditors— -W. W. Miles, F. W. Baldwin, J. B. Dwinell. 

Investing Ck>mmittee — H. R. C?utler, H. C. Pierce, .T. E. Dwinell. 
M. B. Chafey, O. W. Wheeler, P. W. Davison, C. W. Bryant. 

Trustees— H. B. Cutler, H. C. Pierce, W. W. Miles. F. W. Bald- 
win, .T. E. Dwinell, M. B. Chafey, C. W. Bryant, P. W. Davison, C. W. 
Wheeler. 

Treasurer's bond. $14,000. 

1 hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Barton Savings Bank at the close of business on the 30th 
day of June, 1901, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

C. S. WEBSTER, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Barton, Vermont, this 10th day of July, 
A. D. :1901. 

Before me. 

L. J. HARRIMAN, Notary Public. 
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THE BELLOWS FALLS SAVINGS INSTITUTION, BELLOWS 

FALLS. 
JuNfc 30, 190L 

RESOURCES. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $276, 724 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 657, 102 

Loans on personal security 43. 491 

Loans on deposit books 3, 564 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 10.000 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 19, 565 

Loans on other collateral security (municipal bonds) 3,0(X) 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 11,073 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 184. 785 

Real estate for banking purposes 15,000 

Real estate by foreclosure 60, 545 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 

National Bank of Redemption, Boston, Mass 1,475 

National Bank of Republic, Boston, Mass 1, 798 

National Bank of Bellows Falls 18. 397 

New England Trust Company, Boston. Mass 20,000 

Cash on hand 4,215 

Total $1,336,738 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors $1,275,436 

Surplus fund reserved 43, 000 

Other surplus, 18, 302 

Total $1,336,738 

Whole number of depositors, June 30. 1901, 3,714. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 2,698. 

Total of their deposits $900, 3G1 

Number of depositors non-reeident, 1,016. 

Total of their deposits 375,075 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,600, in each case. 

$175,768.21. 
Number of such depositors, 98. 

Total deposits , $1,275, 43( 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1. 1901, 1% per cent $20, 491 

July 1, 1901, 1% per cent 21, OS- 
Total dividends for the year $41 , 53^ 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $2 , CO 

Other salaries 78 

State taxes paid 8, 20 

All other expenses for the year 1 , 2€ 

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LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Par Book 

Description. cent. value. value. 

New Athens, Ohio 6 $1,500 00 $1,500 00 

Jefferson, Ohio G 5,000 00 5,000 00 

North Baltimore, Ohio 6 2,00000 2,00000 

Bryan, Ohio 5 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Maumee, Ohio 5 11,000 00 11,000 00 

Marlce City, Ohio G 3.500 00 3,500 00 

Kenton, Ohio 4 10,000 00 10,000 00 

Findlay, Ohio 414 8,000 00 8,000 00 

Cleveland, Ohio 4 3,000 00 3,000 00 

Sioux City, Iowa 6 7,096 97 7,090 97 

Alden. Iowa 414 5,000 00 5.000 00 

Council Bluffs, Iowa 6 4,000 00 4,000 00 

Guthrie Centre, Iowa 4 8,000 00 8,000,00 

Dunkirk, Indiana 6 4,000 00 4,000 00 

Indianapolis. Indiana G 842 62 M2 iS2 

Jasper County, Indiana G 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Newton County, Indiana G 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Lawrence County, Indiana 5 10,000 00 10,000 00 

Jay County, Indiana 4 5,000 00 5,000 00 

EHwood, Indiana. 6 7,000 00 7,000 00 

Anderson, Indiana. 6 2,691 00 2,691 00 

Hammond. Indiana 6 3,174 62 3,174 62 

Summitville, Indiana 6 2,080 00 2,080 00 

Valparaiso, Indiana 6 2,400 00 2,400 00 

Oicero, Indiana 6 16,000 00 16,000 00 

Flora, Indiana 6 1,500 00 1,500 00 

Daze well County, Illinois 6 2, 500 00 2, 500 00 

Oarbondale, Illinois 5 4,500 00 4,500 00 

Superior, Wisconsin 5 8,000 00 8,000 00 

Carthage, Missouri 4 14,000 00 14,000 00 

Seattle, Washington 5 10,000 00 10,000 00 

Stockton, New Jersey 4:% 10,000 00 10,000 00 

Town of Rockingham, Vermont 4 2,500 00 2,500 00 

Village of Bellows Falls, Vermont. . 4 2,500 00 2,500 00 



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OFFICERS. 



Levant M. Read, President; A. N. Swain. Vice-President 

Auditors and Investing Committee — A. N. Swain, L. M. Read, S. A. 
Whipple. 

Trustees — A. N. Swain, Hugh Henry, John H. Williams, George 
O. Guild, Sidney Gage, L. M. Read, S. A. Whipple, Z. H. Allbre, F. I. 
J^ane. 

Treasurer's bond, $34,000.00. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Bellows Falls Savings Institution at the close of business 
on the 30th day of June, 1901, according to my best knowledge and 
belief. 

JOHN H. WILLIAMS, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Bellows Falls, Vermont, this 15th day 
of July, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, 

PRESTON H. HADLEY, Notary Public. 



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THE BENNINGTON COUNTY SAVINGS BANK, BENNINGTON. 
June 30, 1901. 

BES0UBCE8. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $238, 442 3J 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 238, 097 6< 

Loans on personal security 27,065 

I/oans on deposit books 40 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 300 O 

I^ans with mortgages as collateral 3, 589 4! 

Loans to towns, villages, school disti'icts 7,450 

T:nited States bonds 10.000 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 80,877 2 

Real estate for banking purposes 26,000 

Real estate by foreclosure 5, 663 5 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

Bennington County National Bank 10,000 C 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Warrants 152,041 I 

Safe and safe deposit boxes 3,000 C 

Furniture 500 C 

Cash on deposit In National Banks, viz.: 

First National Bank, Bennington 32,476 i 

Bennington County National Bank, Bennington 19,615 ' 

Merchants' National Bank 1,250 ( 

Cash on hand 3, 669 ( 

Total $860,078 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors $823, 384 

Surplus fund reserved 21, 150 

Other surplus 15,544 

Total $860,078 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901, 2,878. 
Number of depositors resident In this State, 2,720. 

Total of their deposits $753,201 

Number of depositors non-resident, 158. 

Total of their deposits 70, 182 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$104,796.94. 
Number of such depositors, 58. 

Total deposits $823, 384 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1901, 1% per cent $12,99€i 

July 1, 1901, 1% per cent 13, 495 

Total dividends for the year $26, 49^ 



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EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $1,500 00 

Other salaries 975 60 

State taxes paid 5,901 14 

All other expenses for the year 1, 232 53 

Total expenses for the year $9, 609 27 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Description. Book value. 

City of Indianapolis, Indiana $8,753 22 

City of Beardstown, Illinois 1,000 00 

City of Elwood, Indiana 3,400 00 

City of Superior, Wisconsin 15,480 00 

City of Muscatine, Iowa 1 ,000 00 

City of Anderson, Indiana 7,244 00 

City of Spokane, Washington 10,000 00 

City of Walla Walla, Washington 10,000 00 

City of East Grand Forks, Minnesota 3,000 00 

City of Tacoma, Washington 10,000 00 

Kitsap County, Washington 500 00 

Snohomish County, Washington 4,000 00 

Whitman County, Washington 2, 500 00 

Clallan County, Washington 4,000 00 

$80,877 22 

100 shares Bennington County National Bank 10,000 00 

United States bonds 10,000 00 

OFFICERS. 

A. B. Valentine, President; I. E. Gibson, Vice-President. 

Auditors— E. D. Welling, I. B. Gibson, E. L. Sibley. 

Investing Committee — A. B. Valentine, I. E. Gibson, J. T. Shurtleff, 
J. R. Judson, John Robinson, E. L. Sibley, E. D. Welling. 

Trustees— A. B. Valentine, I. E. Gibson, J. T. Shurtleff, J. R. Jud- 
son, John Robinson, R L. Sibley, E. D. Welling. 

Treasurer's bond, $24,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a time statement of the con- 
dition of the Bennington County Savings Bank at the close of business 
on the 30th day of June, 1901, according to my best knowledge and 
belief. 

C. H. DEWEY, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Bennington, Vermont, this 10th day of 
July, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, CLEMENT H. CONE, Notary Public. 



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THE BRATTLEBORO SAVINGS BANK, BRAT^l^LEBORO. 
June 30, 1901. 

resources. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $169, 782 € 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 062,982 7 

Loans on personal security 44, 687 

Loans on deposit books 1 , 107 C 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 3,336 I. 

Loans on other collateral security, bonds 3, 15<) t 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 746.000 C 

Real estate for banking purposes 12,000 ( 

Real estate by foreclosure 62, 518 1 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 

Vermont National Bank of Brattleboro, Vermont 36,676 ( 

People's National Bank of Brattleboro, Vermont 28,854 : 

Cash on hand 3, 559 < 

Total $1 , 774 , r»54 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors 11,613,305 

Surplus fund reserved 85,000 

Other surplus 76,280 

Total $1,774, G54 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901, 4,648. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 2.600. 

Total of their deposits $787, 821 

Number of depositors non-resident, 2,048. 

Total of their deposits 825, 544 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$283,427.36. 
Number of such depositors, 146. 



Total deposits $1,613, 30o 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1901, 1% per cent $27,O00 

July 1, 1901, 1% per cent 27, 210 

Total dividends for the year $54, 2SO 

EXPENSES. 

State taxes paid $11 , 70: 

All other expenses for the year 7 , S37 

Total expenses for the year $19 , 54- 



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LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Par and 

Description. cent book value. 

Clay County, Indiana 6 $4,500 00 

Indianapolis, Indiana 6 25,000 00 

Marion, Indiana 6 9,000 00 

Muncie, Indiana 6 6,500 00 

Newton County, Indiana 6 15,000 00 

Linton, Indiana 4 4,500 00 

Carmi, Illinois 6 1,000 00 

Topeka, Kansas ^ 22,500 00 

Arkansas City, Kansas 6 15,000 00 

Finney County, Kansas 6 18,000 00 

Morris County, Kansas 6 10,000 00 

Wichita, Kansas 5&6 80,000 00 

Alpena County, Michigan 5 20,000 00 

Marquette, Michigan 4 8,000 00 

South Omaha, Nebraska 5 40,500 00 

Findlay, Ohio 5 10,000 00 

Hardy Township, Ohio 6 10,000 00 

Kent, Ohio 6 13,000 00 

Loraine. Ohio 5 40,000 00 

Martin's Ferry. Ohio 5 5,000 00 

Toledo, Ohio 3% 50,000 00 

Ravenna, Ohio 6 1,000 00 

Urbana, Ohio 6 10,000 00 

Sharpsburg, Pennsylvania 5 5,000 00 

St Albans, Vermont 4 10,000 00 

St Johnsbury, Vermont 4 5,000 00 

Kittitas County, Washington 6 7,000 00 

Seattle, Washington 5 52,000 00 

Tacoma, Washington 5 35.000 00 

Walla Walla, Washington 5 10,000 00 

Ashland, Wisconsin 4 22,000 00 

Superior, Wisconsin 5 49,500 00 

State of Massachusetts 3 100,000 00 

State of Montana 6 32,000 00 



$746,000 00 



OFFICEBS. 



E. L. Waterman, President; F. K. Barrows, Vice-President 

Auditors — F. K. Barrows, J. L. Martin. L. F. Adams. 

Investing Committee — F. K. Barrows, B. L. Waterman, L. F. 
Adams, C. W. Wyman, C. A. Harris. 

Trustees— H. H. Wheeler, F. K. Barrows, L. F. Adams. S. E. Law- 
ton, B. W. Melendy, B. L. Waterman, C. W. Wyman, H. P. Wellman, 
J. L. Martin, J. Harry Estey, C. A. Harris. 

Treasurer's bond, $44,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing Is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Brattleboro Savings Bank at the close of business on the 
30th day of June, 1901, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

C. A. HARRIS, Treasurer. 
Subscribed and sworn to, at Brattleboro. Vermont, this 16th day of 
July, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, W. H. BRACKETT, Notary Public. 



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THE BURLINGTON SAVINGS BANK. BURLINGTON. 
June 30, 1901. 



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BESOUBCES. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $770, 286 4 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 4,066, 667 3 

Loans on personal security 230,013 7 

Loans on deposit books 20, 668 2 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 20,529 

Loans with mortgages as collateral ) 235 403 4 

Loans on other collateral security ] 

Loans to town, villages, school districts 56, 133 3 

United States bonds 571,000 C 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 1,436,050 C 

Real estate for banking purposes 60,000 ( 

Real estate by foreclosure 58, 264 1 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

Howard National, Burlington $12, 100 00 

Merchants National, Burlington 9, 320 00 

Waterbury National, Waterbury 3,000 00 

24.420 ( 

Miscellaneous assets, premium on United States bonds. . . 62,106 ^ 

Cash on deposit in Banks, viz.: 

Merchants National Bank, Burlington, Vermont 10,396 I 

Howard National Bank, Burlington, Vermont 20, 530 < 

Burlington Trust Company, Burlington, Vermont 20,953 I 

National Park Bank, New York 224, 955 ; 

Morton Trust Company, New York 219, 043 < 

Second National, Boston, Massachusetts 84, 166 ; 

Cash on hand 30, 135 I 

Total $8, 250 . 723 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors $7,900, 112 

Surplus fund reserved 228 , 500 

Other surplus 122, 110 

Total $8,250, 723 

Whole number of depositors. June 30, 1901, 19,403. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 15,391. 

Total of their deposits $5,954, 841 

Number of depositors non-resident, 4,012. 

Total of their deposits 1,945, 271 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$1,779,299.93. 
Number of such depositors, 899. 

Total deposits $7,900, 112 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1901, 1% per cent $127, 322 

July 1, 1901, 1% per cent 120, 231 

Total dividends for the year $256, 554 



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EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $2,000 00 

Other salaries 13,808 ^ 

State taxes paid 47,377 01 

All other expenses for the year 0, G08 35 

Total expenses for the year $69, 794 31 



LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Description. Par value. 

United States 4s of 1925 $515,000 00 

District of Columbia, 1924 50,000 00 

United States 2s, 1930 6,000 00 



$571,000 00 



Book value. 
$633,106 27 



Rate per Book and 

cent. par value. 

State of Massachusetts 3 & 3^ $125,000 00 

New York city. New York 3 & 3^ 123,000 00 

Boston, Massachusetts 3% 85, 000 00 

Bloomington, Illinois 4 55,000 00 

Omaha, Nebraska 5 53,000 00 

Vanderburg County, Indiana 5 50,00000 

Hamilton, Ohio 5 50,000 00 

Hamilton County, Illinois 4% 50,000 00 

Urbana, Ohio . . . : 4% 50,000 00 

Pope County, Iowa 3^ 50,00<) 00 

Iowa State warrants 6 49, 100 00 

Hammond, Indiana 6 40. 000 00 

Piqua, Ohio 40,000 00 

Sandusky, Ohio 5 40,000 00 

Lyons, Iowa 6 36, 500 00 

Creston, Iowa 4% & 6 35,000 00 

Wauwatosa, Wisconsin 5 34,000 00 

Postoria, Ohio 6 33,000 00 

Liebanon, Indiana 6 32,000 00 

Jje Mars, Iowa 4, 5 & 6 25, 100 00 

Oreefiville, Ohio 6 25.000 00 

Franklin County, Ohio 6 24, 350 00 

Aurora, Illinois 5 & 6 24,000 00 

Marion, Indiana 6 23,000 OO 

Linn County, Ohio 6 20,000 00 

Bast Waterloo, Iowa 4^ 20,000 00 

Bellaire. Ohio 4 20,000 (X) 

Huntington, Indiana 6 19,000 00 

Westport, Missouri 5 18,000 <X) 

Ironton, Ohio 5 18,000 00 

Tippecanoe Township, Indiana 5 18,000 00 

State of Indiana 3 17,000 00 

Cicero, Illinois 6 16,500 00 

Licking County, Ohio 6 15,000 00 

Saganaw, Michigan 5 15.000 00 

Martin's Ferry, Ohio 5 13,000 00 

Eseanaba, Michigan 5 10,000 00 

Harlan, Iowa 5 10,000 00 

Delphi, Indiana 5 10,000 00 

Peru, Indiana 6 9,000 00 

Harvard, Nebraska 5 9,000 00 

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Rate per 
Description. cent 

Keota, Iowa 5 

Champaign, Illinois 6 

Anderson, Indiana 6 

Swanton, Vermont 4l^ 

What Cheer, Iowa 5 

Chillicothe, Missouri 6 

South Bend, Indiana 6 

Oakland, Iowa 5 



Book£ 
par val 

$8,500 
5,000 
3,000 
3.000 

2.500 
2,000 
1,500 
1,000 



$1,436,050 



OFFICERS. 



C. P. Smith, President; Henry Greene and Albert G. Pierce, VI 
Presidents. 

Auditors — Henry Greene and Albert G. Pierce. 

Investing Committee — Board of Trustees. 

Trustees — O. P. Smith, J. L. Barstow, Henry Greene, Willard Cra 
Albert G. Pierce, Henry Wells, F. W. Ward. 
Treasurer's bond, $100,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the c 
dition of the Burlington Savings Bank at the close of business on 
30th day of June, 1901, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

F. W. WARD, Treasurej 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Burlington, Vermont, this 10th daj 
July, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, E. S. ISHAM, Notary Public 



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THE BURLINGTON TRUST COMPANY, BURLINGTON. 
June 30. 1901. 

resources. 

Loans on real estate In Vermont $108, 543 47 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 334, 680 00 

Loans on personal security 225, 454 U 

Loans on deposit books 1, 751 25 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 1, GOO oO 

Loans with mortgages slb collateral 472 43 

Loans on other collateral security 55, 857 45 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 117,626 13 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 141,066 09 

Real estate for banking purposes 19, OOO 00 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

Howard National Bank, Burlington 30,000 00 

Merchants National Bank, Burlington 5, 680 00 

Cash on deposit in banks, viz.: 

National Bank of the Republic, New York 42, 575 82 

National City Bank, New York 11,792 04 

Morton Trust Company, New York 50,263 84 

R. J. Kimball & Co., New York 31,319 26 

Brown Bros. & CJo., New York 17,499 61 

New York State National Bank. Albany, N. Y 25,474 28 

Third National Bank, Boston, Mass 6, 732 63 

Gash on hand 31,449 57 

Total $1,258,838 58 

LIAllILITIES. 

Capital paid in $50,000 00 

Due depositors 1,051,355 52 

Surplus 122,692 87 

Interest 22,690 19 

Bills payable 12,100 00 

Total $1,258,838 58 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901, 2,302. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 2,177. 

Total of their deposits $939,939 86 

Number of depositors non-resident 125. 

Total of their deposits 111,415 66 

Amount of deposits not exceeding $250, in each case, 

$74,363.08. 
Number of such depositors, 1,590. 
Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$529,118.96. 
Number of such depositors, 123. 



Total deposits $1,051,355 52 

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DIVIDENDS. 

August 1, 1900, 5 per cent, on stock 

November 1, 1900, 3 per cent, on stock 

February 1, 1901, 3 per cent on stock 

May 1, 1901, 3 per cent, on stock 

August 1, 1900, mi per cent, on deposits . . . 
February 1, 1901, 1^ per cent on deposits. 

Total dividends for the year 

EXPENSES. 

state taxes paid 

All other expenses for the year 

Total expenses for the year 



LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Par 

Description. cent. value. 

Bank stock: 

Howard National Bank of Burling- 
ton, Vermont $30,000 00 

Merchants National Bank of Bur- 
lington, Vermont 5,680 00 

Total bank stock $35,680 00 

Municipal bonds: 

Lewis County, Missouri 4 $16,500 00 

Lucas County, Ohio 4V1> 13,000 00 

Port Townsend, Washington 6 10,000 00 

City of Brunswick, Missouri 6 10,000 00 

Hamilton County, Illinois 4V2 10,000 00 

Ponca, Nebraska 10,000 00 

Buchanan County, Missouri 6 9,000 00 

Village- of Lorain, Ohio 6 8, 000 00 

Rushville, Illinois 5 7,000 00 

Gunnison County, Colorado 4 6,000 00 

Chaffee County, Colorado 6 6, 000 00 

Nebraska school districts 7 4.350 00 

Galion, Ohio 6 4,000 00 

City of Lamar, Missouri 5,000 00 

Charter Oak, Iowa 6 1,500 00 

Audrain County, Missouri 6 1.000 00 

Burlington, Vt, Y. M. C. A., first 

mortgage 5 800 00 

Washington State warrants 8 3,234 36 

City of Seattle warrants 15.681 73 



$141,066 09 



OFFICERS. 

Edward Wells, President; B. B. Smalley, Vice-President. 

Auditors — Board of Directors. 

Investing Committee — ^Board of Directors. 



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Directora— Edward Wells, B. B. Smalley, D. W. Robinson, E. Henry 
Powell, A. B. Richardson, W. Seward Webb, H. L. Ward. 

Treasurer's bond, $30,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a trne statement of the con- 
dition of the Burlington Trust Company at the close of business on the 
30th day of June, 1901, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

H. L. WARD. Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Burlington, Vermont, this 3d day of 
July, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, 

F. W. ELLIOTT, Notary Public. 



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THE CAPITAL SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, 
MONTPELIER. 

June 30, 1901. 

resources. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $244, 894 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 181, 190 

Loans on personal security 125,991 

Loans on deposit books 1, 698 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 10, 550 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 40, 485 

Loans on other collateral security 17, 287 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 22,110 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 22, 700 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

8 shares First National Bank, Montpelier, Vt 800 

5 shares Union Savings Bank and Trust Co., Morrisville, 

Vt 500 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Furniture, safe and deposit boxes 3,000 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 

First National Bank of Montpelier 3, 792 

Colonial National Bank of Boston 8, 877 

Fourth National Bank of New York 4, 173 

Cash on hand 11,209 

Total $699,321 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in $100,000 

Due depositors 593,736 

Other surplus 3,000 

Dividends unpaid 85 

Dividend No. 20 July 1, 1901 2,500 

Total ^ $699. 321 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901. 1,776. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 1,744. 

Total of their deposits $576,602 

Number of depositors non-resident, 32. 

Total of their deposits 17, 133 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, In each case, 

$114,622.51. 
Number of such depositors, 42. 



Total deposits $593,736 

DIVIDENDS 

January 1, 1901, 2% per cent, on stock $2,500 

July 1, 1901, 2Vj per cent, on stock 2,500 

January 1, 1901, V/j per cent, on deposits 7,950 

July 1, 1901, 1% per cent, on deposits 7,476 

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EXPENSES. 

Treafinrer*s salary $1,500 00 

Other salaries 350 00 

State taxes paid 3,642 08 

All other expenses for the year 2, 890 10 



Total expenses for the year $8,382 18 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Par Book 

Description. cent. value. value. 

Kansas City, Kansas 6 $5,000 00 $5,000 00 

Urichsville, Ohio 6 3,500 00 3,500 00 

Sullivan County, Indiana t> 10,000 00 10,000 00 

Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan 6 1,000 00 1,000 00 

North Baltimore, Ohio 6 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Arkansas City, Kansas 7 700 00 700 00 

Fostoria, Ohio 6 1,500 00 1,500 00 

$22,700 00 $22,700 00 

OFFICEBS. 

Thomas J. Deavitt, President; Albert Johonnott, Andrew J. Sibley, 
Vice-Presidents. 

Auditors — ^Board of Directors. 

Investing Committee — Board of Directors. 

Directors— Thomas J. Deavitt, H. N. Taplin, Andrew J. Sibley, 
Albert Johonnott, George L. Blanchard, Alex. Cochran, George F. 
Sibley. 

Treasurer's bond, $24,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Capital Savings Bank and Trust Company at the close 
of business on the 30th day of June, 1901, according to my best knowl- 
edge and belief. 

FPANK N. SMITH, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Montpelier, Vermont, this 12th day 
of July, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, 

EDWARD H. DEAVITT, Notary Public. 



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THE CHESTER SAVINGS BANK, CHESTER. 
June 30, 1901. 



RESOUBCEB. 

I^ans on real estate In Vermont $217, 290 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 58, 635 

Loans on personal security 12, 880 

Loans on deposit books 648 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 800 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 8, 650 

Loans on other collateral security 3, 250 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 7,350 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 62, 850 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

43 shares National Bank of Chester 4,300 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 

National Bank of Chester 17. 187 

Cash on hand 2,402 

Total $396,248 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors $388,435 

Surplus fund reserved 6,000 

Other surplus 1,813 

Total $396,248 

Whole number of depositors, June 80, 1901, 1,536. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 1,470. 

Total of their deposits $368,762 

Number of depositors non-resident, 66. 

Total of their deposits 19,672 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,600 in each case, 

$49,978.89. 
Number of such depositors, 29. 



Total deposits $388,435 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1901, 1% per cent $5,823 

July 1, 1901, 1% per cent 6,152 

Total dividends for the year $11,975 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $52C 

Other salaries 45C 

State taxes paid 2,30S 

All other expenses for the year 37€ 

Total expenses for the year $3, 65^ 



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LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per 
Description. cent. 

Allison, Iowa 4 

Ashland. Wisconsin 5 

Belmond, Iowa 5 

Benton. Illinois 6 

CJorwlth, Iowa 5 

Doon, Iowa 6 

Dunkirk, Indiana 6 

Gladbrook, Iowa 6 

Gladstone, Michigan 5 

Hudson, Iowa 5 

Jeff ersonville, Indiana SV2 

Kokomo, Indiana t> 

Lexington, Illinois 5 

Lincoln, Nebraska 6 

Malcom, Iowa 5 

Odebolt, Iowa 6 

Ontonagon, Michigan 5 

Ottawa, Ohio 6 

Piqua, Ohio (> 

Ravenna, Ohio 6 

Rockwell, Iowa 4^/^ 

Roscommon County, Michigan 5 

Shelby vlUe, Indiana 4'^ 

Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan 5 

Sioux Falls, South Dakota 7 

South Stillwater, Minnesota 5 

St. Louis, Michigan 4 



OFFICERS. 

F. W. Pierce, President; A. D. L. Herrick, Vice-President. 
Auditors— B. L. Walker, W. D. Ball, W. L. Gibson, C. M. Gutter- 
son. 

Investing Committee — F. W. Pierce, A. D. L. Herrick, Atwood 
Sargeant, W. L. Havens, C. H. Waterman, W. L. Ware, Sam. Adams. 

Trustees — F. W. Pierce, A. D. L. Herrick. Atwood Sargeant, B. L. 
Walker, W. D. Ball, W. L. Havens, W. L, Gibson, C. H. Waterman, 
W. L. Ware, Sam. Adams, C. M. Gutterson. 

Treasurer's bond, $16,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Chester Savings Bank at the close of business on the 
30th day of June, 1901, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

C. O. FULLAM, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Chester, Vermont, this 6th day of July, 
A. D. 1901. 

Before me, B. A. PARK, Notary Public. 

3 



Par 


Book 


value. 


value. 


$4,000 00 


$4,000 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


3,000 00 


3,000 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


500 00 


500 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


3,000 00 


3,200 00 


2,000 00 


2.000 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


3,600 00 


3,600 00 


2,500 00 


2.700 00 


750 00 


750 00 


1,600 00 


1,600 00 


3,000 00 


3,000 00 


5,000 00 


5,300 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


500,00 


500 00 


2,500 00 


3,000 00 


5,500 00 


5,500 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


1,500 00 


1,500 00 


2,500 00 


2,700 00 


2.000 00 


2,000 00 


3,000 00 


3,000 00 


$61,450 00 


$62,850 00 



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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, 
ST. JOHNSBURY. 

June 30, 1901. 

resoubces. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $328,984 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 325, 546 

Loans on personal security 271,078 

Loans on deposit books 9, 437 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 9,167 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 26, 727 

Loans on other collateral security 73, 642 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 3,671 

Bonds as collateral 2,520 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 325,210 

Real estate for banking purposes 60,000 

Real estate by foreclosure 82, 143 

Bank stock owned (see Schedule) 20, 535 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Accrued interest 33, 671 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 

National Bank of the Commonwealth, Boston 9,590 

First National Bank, Concord, New Hampshire 12,585 

Chase National Bank 268 

Cash on hand 20,257 

Total $1,615,03$ 



LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in $50,00( 

Due depositors, sayings l,352,Oi< 

Due depositors, subject to check 127, 561 

Due banks 35,00< 

Taxes, estimated 4, 70 

Dividends unpaid 5 

Dividends July 1, 1901 2,00< 

Treasurer's checks outstanding 3, 49 

Undivided profits 40. 17 

Total $1,615,03 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901, 4,646. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 4,358. 

Total of their deposits $1,371,53 

Number of depositors non-resident, 288. 

Total of their deposits 108,0"; 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$145,053.76. 
Number of such depositors, 60. 



Total deposits $1, 479, G 



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DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1901, 4 per cent on stock $2,000 00 

July 1, 1901. 4 per cent on stock 2,000 00 

January 1, 1901, 1% per cent on deposits 21 , 752 03 

July 1, 1901, 1% per cent on deposits 22,619 65 

Total dividends for the year $48,371 68 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $1,900 00 

Other salaries 3. 146 20 

State taxes paid 8,422 88 

All other expenses for the year 1 , 555 48 

Total expenses for the year $15, 024 56 



LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Market 

Description. cent. value. 
School District No. 1, Hitchcock 

County, Nebraska 7 $400 00 

School District No. 84, Knox County, 

Nebraska 7 250 00 

School District No. 94, Thayer 

County, Nebraska 7 1, 450 00 

Town of Cozad, Nebraska, school. . 7 7,000 00 

Town of Concord, Vermont 4 150 00 

Rooks County, Kansas, refunding. . 6 1,100 00 

Town of Paulina, Iowa, water 6 1,025 00 

Town of Newbury, Indiana 6 1,075 00 

City of Anderson, Indiana 6 8,938 00 

City of Huron, South Dakota 6 500 00 

City of Elwood, Indiana 6 1,540 00 

Village of Paulding, Ohio, refund- 
ing 6 4,15000 

Warren, Marshall Co., Minnesota, 

school 5% 2,700 00 

City of Crete, Nebraska, water 5^ 5,000 00 

Town of South Whitley, Indiana, 

water 6 7,800 00 

County of Lake, Minnesota 6 4,400 00 

Town of Knight, Wisconsin 6 2,040 00 

Village of Calloway, Nebraska 7 ' 1, 150 00 

City of Clyde, Kansas 6 9, 550 00 

Village of Glouster, Ohio, school.. . 6 5,950 00 
Village of Chicago Heights, Illinois, 

water 6 4,100 00 

Coles County, Illinois, warrants 7 14,125 37 

Sherman County, Kansas, refund- 
ing 6 6,72000 

Town of Odon, Indiana, school 6 500 00 

Grant Township, Kansas, refund- 
ing 5% 8,50000 

Salamanca Township, Kansas 6 20,000 00 

Village of Lorain, Ohio, sewer 6 500 00 

City of Coffeyville, Kansas, water. 6 32,550 00 

City of Hammond, Indiana 6 9,958 05 

City of Superior, Nebraska, water. 5 14,000 00 



Par and book 
value. 


$400 00 


250 00 


1,350 00 
6,000 00 

150 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
8,938 00 

500 00 
1,500 00 


4,000 00 


2,500 00 
5,000 00 


6,800 00 
4,000 00 
2,000 00 
1,000 00 
9,000 00 
5,500 00 


4,000 00 
14,125 37 


6,000 00 
500 00 


8.000 00 

20,000 00 

500 00 

31,000 00 

9,958 05 
14,000 00 



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Rate per 
Description. cent. 
City of Arkansas City, Kansas, re- 
funding 6 

City of Clinton, Iowa 6 

City of Norton, Kansas, refunding. 5^2 

City of Seneca, Kansas, water 6 

City of Lincoln, Nebraska 6 

Ferry County, Washington, school. 5^ 
Village of Ontonagon, Michigan, re- 
funding 5 

Winnebago City, Minnesota, water. 6 

Norton County, Kansas, refunding. (» 

City of Greenleaf, Kansas, water. . G 



Bank stock: 

71 shares Merchants' National 
Bank, St. Johnsbury, Vt 

84 shares First National Bank, St. 
Johnsbury, Vt 

30 shares National Bank of New- 
port, Vt 

25 shares National Bank of Lyn- 
don, Vt 

9 shares Barton National Bank of 
Barton, Vt 

10 shares New Mexico National 
Bank of Sorocco, New Mexico 



OFFICERS. 



Market 
value. 

$18,800 00 
1,184 44 
28,800 00 
29,000 00 
15,355 00 
15,900 00 

5,200 00 

2,750 00 

20,300 00 

25,500 00 



Par and bo( 
value. 

$16,500 ( 
1,184 - 
28,000 i 
26,000 ( 
15,055 < 
15.000 ( 

5,000 < 

2,500 ( 

19,000 < 

25,000 i 



$339,910 80 


$325,210 


Par 
value. 


Book 
value. 


$7,100 00 > 




8,400 00 




3,000 00 
2,500 00 


y $20,535 


900 00 




1,000 00. 





$22,900 00 



A. L. Bailey, President; George P. Blair, Vice-President. 

Auditors — Directors. 

Investing Committee — Directors. 

Directors— A. L. Bailey, George P. Blair, C. M. Chase, D. R. Dei 
more, James Ritchie, H. N. Stevens, Horace W. Bailey, J. G. Tumbi 

Treasurer's bond. $38,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the a 
dition of the Citizens* Savings Bank and Trust Company at the cl 
of business on the 30th day of June, 1901, according to my best kno 
edge and belief. 

JOHN T. RITCHIE. Treasurei 

Subscribed and sworn to, at St. Johnsbury, Vermont, this 9tb c 
of July, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, GILBERT E. WOODS, Notary Public 



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THE ENOSBURG FALLS SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COM- 
PANY, ENOSBURG FALLS. 



June 30, 1901. 



RESOURCES. 



Loans od real estate In Vermont $32,933 00 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 80, 930 00 

Loans on personal security 22, 477 00 

Loans with banli stock as collateral 1, 500 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 6, 539 03 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 16,296 22 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Accrued interest 2.422 79 

Furniture and fixtures 800 00 

Cash on deposit in banks,, viz.: 

Chase National Bank, New York 29,530 34 

Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Co., Boston, Mass 12,584 60 

New York State National Bank, Albany, N. Y 9.883 16 

Cash en hand 13,^568 12 

Total $238,584 26 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in $20,000 00 

Due depositors 216, 725 24 

Surplus fund reserved 1, 859 02 

Total $238,584 26 

Whole number of depositors, June 30. 1001. 753. 
Number of depositors resident In this State, 746. 

Total of their deposits $215,831 01 

Number of depositors non-resident, 7. 

Total of their deposits 894 20 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$59,035.97. 
Number of such depositors, 19. 



Total deposits $216,725 24 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1901, IV2 per cent $1 ,329 23 

July 1, 1901, 1% per cent 1,764 71 

Total dividends for the year $3,093 W 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $800 00 

Other salaries 300 00 

State taxes paid 688 29 

All other expenses for the year 910 30 

Total expenses for the year $2, 698 59 

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OFFICEBS. 

O. Merrill, President; H. F. Brigham, Vice-President. 

Auditors and Investing Committee — O. Merrill, K. A. Paul, H. I 
Brigham, E. M. Brown, Charles T. Hall. 

Directors— H. F. Brigham, E. M. Brown, K. A. Paul, Charles 1 
Hall, L. L. Marsh, O. Merrill, Charles W. Gates. 

Treasurer's bond, $16,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the coi 
ditlon of the Enosburg Falls Savings Bank and Trust Company at tl 
close of business on the 30th day of June, 1901, according to my bei 
knowledge and belief. 

F. W. DRAPER, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Enosburg Falls, Vermont, this 8th da 
of July, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, 

W. H. MCALLISTER, Notary Public. 



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THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS SAVINGS INSTITUTION AND 
TRUST COMPANY, BURLINGTON. 

June 30, 1901. 

resources. 

Loans on real estate In Vermont $17, 300 00 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 46, 870 00 

Real estate by foreclosure 12,000 00 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 

Merchants National Bank, Burlin^on, Vt 1,054 67 

Total $77,224 67 

LIABEUTIES. 

Capital paid in $25,000 00 

Other surplus 2,224 67 

Bills payable 50,000 00 

Total $77,224 67 

DIVIDENDS. 

March 1, 1901, 4 per cent, on stock $1,000 00 

Total dividends for the year $1,000 00 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary and all other expenses for the year. . $1,063 32 

Total expenses for the year $1,063 32 

OFFICERS. 

C. W. Woodhouse, President; Torrey E. Wales, Vice-President. 
Auditors — Board of Directors. 
Investing Committee — C. W. Woodhouse. 

Directors — C. W. Woodhouse, Torrey E. Wales, Heman W. Allen, 
L, G. Woodhouse, L. E. Woodhouse. 
Treasurer's bond, $10,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Farmers and Mechanics Savings Institution and Ttust 
Company at the close of business on the 80th day of June, 1901, accord- 
ing to my best knowledge and belief. 

L. E. WOODHOUSE, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Burlington, Vermont, this 1st day of 
July, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, A. W. HILL, Notary Public. 



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THE FRANKLIN COUNTY SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST 
COMPANY, ST. ALBANS. 

June 30, 1901. 

RESOriU'ES. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $10o, 104 72 

Loans on personal security 61,471 95 

Loans on deposit bool^s 3, 875 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 2,450 00 

Loans on other collateral security 5, 352 78 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 15, 715 11 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Interest due and accrued 2, 189 Gl 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 

Mercantile National Bank, NeAV York 13,019 25 

National Bank of the Republic, Boston 15, 391 02 

New York State National Bank, Albany 5,398 46 

Weldon National Bank, St. Albans 2,891 73 

Sundry banks 757 58 

Cash on hand 11, 212 47 

Total 1244,919 68 



LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in $50,000 00 

Due depositors 191.389 26 

Surplus 2.090 32 

Interest due depositors 1,440 10 

Total $244,919 68 

Whole number of depositors, June 30. 1901, 725. 
Number of depositors resident in this State. 719. 

Total of their deposits $185, 115 92 

Number of depositors non-resident, 6. 

Total of their deposits 6.273 34 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case. 

$8,000.84. 
Number of such depositors, 3. 



Total deposits $191,389 26 



DIVIDENDS. 

August 1, 1900, IVi per cent on deposits $741 42 

February 1, 1901, IVj per cent 1,297 59 

No dividends on stock. 



Total dividends for the year $2,039 01 

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EXPENSES. 



Treasurer's salary $1,260 00 

Other salaries 89 00 

State taxes paid 508 70 

All other expenses for the year 1, 263 95 



Total expenses for the year $3, 121 05 

OFFICEKS. 

C. H. Morton, President; A. F. Durkee, Vice-President. 

Auditors— O. H. Morton, C. E. Schoff, F. C. Smith. 

Investing CJommittee — Directors. 

Dlrectorfr— C. H. Morton, A. F. Durkee, C. E. Schoff, F. C. Smith, 
Nelson Goodspeed, A. B. Beeman, H. X. Gray. 

Treasurer's bond, $14,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Franklin County Savings Bank and Trust Company at the 
close of business on the 29th day of June, 1901, according to my best 
knowledge and belief. 

E. D. WORTHEN, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at St. Albans, Vermont, this 5th day of 
July. A. D. 1901. 

Before me, WARREN R. AUSTIN. Notary Public. 



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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



THE GRANITE SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, BARRI 

June 30, 1901. 

RESOURCES. 

Loans on real estate In Vermont f434, 114 7 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 63,409 5 

Lqaus on personal security 151,036 £ 

Loans on deposit books 3,385 C 

Lioans with bank stock as collateral 2, 310 C 

Loans with mortgagee as collateral 29,673 4 

Loans on other collateral security 22, 141 2 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 22,200 ( 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 203,988 ( 

Real estate for banking purposes 13, 500 ( 

Real estate by foreclosure 13, 239 S 

Bank stock owned, viz. : 

First National Bank, Montpelier. Vt $400 00 

Montpeller National Bank, Montpelier, Vt. . 900 00 

1,300 ( 

Gash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 
National Bank of Redemption, Boston, Mass. $136,030 23 
Merchants' National Bank, Philadelphia, Pa. 24,154 93 

New York State Bank, Albany, N. Y 10,464 07 

First National Bank, Montpelier, Vt 8,255 18 

ji^g 904 • 

Cash on hand 104,353 

Total $1,243,556 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in $50,000 

Due depositors 1,164,889 

Surplus fund reserved 10,000 

Interest 17, 167 

Dividend payable July 1, 1901 1,500 

Total $1,243,556 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901, 4,008. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 3.883. 

Total of their deposits $1, 110, 174 

Number of depositors non-resident, 125. 

Total of their deposits 54, 715 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$221,582. 
Number of such depositors, 77. 

Total deposits $1,164,889 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1901, 2 per cent on deposits $14,988 

July 1, 1901, 2 per cent on deposits 15, 500 

January 1, 1901, 3 per cent on stock 1,500 

July 1, 1901, 3 per cent on stock 1,500 

Total dividends for the year $33,488 



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EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary and other salaries for the year $3,036 00 

State taxes paid 6,214 76 

All other expenses for the year 1, 167 18 

Total expenses for the year $10, 417 94 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Description. Rate per Par and book 

Bonds: .cent. value. 

Bellefontaine, Ohio 6 $5,000 00 

Brainerd, Minnesota * 6 3,000 00 

Bristol, R. 1 31^ 10,000 00 

Clatsop County, Oregon 6 10,000 00 

Cleveland, Ohio 4 10,000 00 

Duluth, Minnesota 4 &4V^ 40,000 00 

Essex Junction, Vermont 4 10,000 00 

Indianapolis, Indiana 6 1,588 65 

Iron County, Michigan 6 5,000 00 

Jacksonville, Illinois 4 12,000 00 

Johnston, R. 1 4 2,000 00 

Kansas City, Missouri 3^ 12,000 00 

Lincoln, Nebraska 6 5,950 00 

Lyndonville, Vermont 4 6,000 00 

Manchester, New Hampshire Z^ 9,000 00 

Marlon, Indiana 6 3,000 00 

Martin's Ferry, Ohio 5 4,500 00 

Owen County, Indiana 5 10,950 00 

Pierre, South Dakota 6 10,000 00 

Spokane County, Washington 6 5,000 00 

Stewart, Iowa 4 4,000 00 

Tacoma, Washington 5 10,000 00 

Walla Walla, Washington 4% 10,000 00 

Willimantic, Connecticut 4 5,000 00 

$203,988 65 
Stocks: 
Four shares First National Bank, Montpelier, 

Vermont $400 00 

Nine shares Montpelier National Bank, Mont- 
pelier, Vermont 900 00 



$1,300 00 

OFFICERS. 

John Trow, President; H. O. Worthen, Vice-President. 

Auditors — A. D. Morse and W. A. Whitcomb. 

Investing Committee — Board of Directors. 

Directors — John Trow, H. O. Worthen, A. D. Morse, C. L. CuiTier. 
W. A. Whitcomb. Frank F. Cave. 

Treasurer's bond, $30,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Granite Savings Bank and Trust Company at the close of 
business on the 30th day of June, 1901, according to my best knowledge 
and belief. 

FRANK F. CAVE. Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at city of Barre, Vermont, this 20th day 
of July, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, C. J. LEASE, Notary Public. 



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THE HARDWICK SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMI*ANY, 
HARDWICK. 

June 30, 1901. 

resources. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $126,563 J 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 12, 101 ( 

Loans on personal security 147, 230 S 

Loans on deposit books 4. 493 1 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 200 < 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 19. 522 ( 

Loans on other collateral security 7,889 < 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 20,237 ^ 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 3,043 ^ 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Interest due and accrued 7, 802 i 

Furniture and fixtures 1. 200 ( 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 

International Trust Company, Boston 8,919 I 

New York State National Bank, Albany 18, 136 ^ 

Cash on hand 6,559 ! 

Total $383,900 ! 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in $50. 000 < 

Due depositors, savings 273, 256 

Due depositors, business 43. 181 

Other surplus 9, 173 

Treasurer's checks outstanding 1 , 790 

Bills payable 5,000 < 

Stock dividend No. 15 1, 500 

Total $383, 900 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901, 1,445. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 1,409. 

Total of their deposits $291,319 

Number of depositors non-resident, 36. 

Total of their deposits 25, 118 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$28,026.13. 
Number of such depositors. 12. 

Total deposits $316,437 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1901, 1% per cent on deposits $4,298 

July 1, 1901, 1% per cent on deposits 3. 749 

January 1, 1901, 3 per cent on stock 1 ,500 

July 1, 1901, 3 per cent on stock 1.500 

Total dividends for the year $11,04S 

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EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary and clerk hire $1 , 600 00 

Other salaries 650 00 

Staite taxes paid 1,770 70 

All other expenses for the year 2, 160 14 

Total expenses for the year $6, 180 84 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Hate per Par Book 

Description. cent. value. value. 

Fair Haven, Washington, warrants. 8 $1,000 00 $1,000 00 

Clallam County, Washington, war- 
rants 8 1,670 95 1,070 95 

Oreston County, Iowa, warrants... 6 372 74 372 74 

$3,043 69 $3,043 69 

OFFICERS. 

Dorman Bridgeman, President; I. P. Titus, Vice-President. 

Auditors — Board of Directors. 

Investing Committee — Dorman Bridgeman, J. H. McLieod, I. P. 
Titus. 

Directors — George A. Morse, M. B. Tucker, Dorman Bridgeman, 
J. H. McLeod, L. A. Kent, I. P. Titus, T. M. Gallagher, W. .S. Ingalls. 

Treasurer's bond, $16,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Hardwlck Savings Bank and Trust Company at the close 
of business on the 29th day of June, 1901, according to my best knowl- 
edge and -belief. 

W. B. GRAND ALL, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Hard wick, Vermont, this 3d day of July, 
A. D. 1901. 

Before me, FRANK T. TAYLOR, Notary Public. 



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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



THE HOME SAVINGS BANK OF BURLINGTON. 
June 30, 1901. 



RESOURCES. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $55, 

Loans on personal security 10, 

Loans on deposit books 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 1, 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 5, 

Loans on other collateral security 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Small savings banks 

Bank fixtures 

Accrued interest 1, 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 

Howard National, Burlington. 6, 

Cash on hand 

Total $83 . 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors 

Surplus fund reserved 

Other surplus 

Total 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901, 398. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 385. 

Total of their deposits 

Number of depositors non-resident, 13. 

Total of their deposits 

Amount of deposits not exceeding $250 in each case, 

$11,968.78. 
Number of such depositors, 286. 
Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500 in each case, 

$8,708.06. 
Number of such depositors, 5. 

Total deposits 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1901, 1% per cent 

July 1, 1901, 1% per cent 

Total dividends for the year 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary 

State taxes paid 

All other expenses for the year 

Total expenses for the year 



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OFFICERS. 

C. S. Isham, President; C. L. Dolan and C. W. Brownell, Vice- 
Presidents. 

Auditors— O. W. Peck, C. D. Warren. 

Investing Committee — C. W. Brownell, C. S. Isham, N. K. Brown, 
Thomas Arbnckle, H. W. Tracy, J. H. Macomber. 

Trustees — H. S. Peck, Thomas Arbuckle, L. C. Grant, N. K. Brown, 
C. S. Isham, W. B. Gates, C. W. Brownell, J. H. Macomber, W. H. Hale, 
H. W. Tracy, O. W. Peck. 

Treasurer's bond, $10,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Home Savings Bank, Burlington, Vermont, at the close of 
business on the 30th day of June, 1901, according to my best knowledge 
and belief. 

FRED S. PEASE, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Burlington, Vermont, this 13th day of 
luly, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, CHARLES E. PEASE, Notary Public. 



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THE JAMAICA SAVINGS BANK, JAMAICA. 
June 30, 1901. 

resources. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $60, 314, J 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 79, 773 ( 

Loans on personal security 37, 689 : 

Loans on deposit books 6, 737 5 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 3, 915 ( 

Loans on other collateral security 1, 779 S 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 189 S 

Real estate for banking purposes 500 < 

Real estate by foreclosure 9, 441 J 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Financial Aseoclation 2, 565 ( 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 

Vermont National Bank, Brattleboro, Vt 2, 886 ! 

Cash on haftd 2,841 ( 

Total $208, 633 i 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors $191,381 

Surplus fund reserved 10,000 < 

Other surplus 7, 252 - 

Total $208,633 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901, 826. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 772. 

Total of their deposits $170,987 

Number of depositors non-resident, 54. 

Total of their deposits 20,393 

Amount of deposits not exceeding $250 in each case, 

$38,940.37. 
Number of such depositors, 584. 
Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500 in each case, 

$14,474.56. 
Number of such depositors, 8. 

Total deposits $191,381 

DIVIDENDS. 

.January 1, 1901, 1% per cent $3. 255 

July 1, 1901, 1% per cent 3, 245 

Total dividends for the year $6, 500 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $800 

State taxes paid 1. 403 

All other expenses for the year 861 

Total expenses for the year $3, 064 

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O. R. Garfield, President; J. A. Muzzy, Vice-President. 

Auditors — J. Q. Shumway, J. A. Muzzy, J. W. Melendy. 

Investing Committee — O. R. Garfield, J. Q. Shumway, J. A. Muzzy, 
J. W. Melendy, M. L. Boynton. 

Trustees— O. R. Garfield, 0. W. Sprague, J. W. Taft, L. M. Newell, 
J. W. Gould, J. Q. Shumway, J. A. Muzzy, J. W. Melendy, M. L. Boyn- 
ton. 

Treasurer's bond, $14,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Jamaica Savings Banlv at the close of business on the 90th 
day of June, 1901, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

J. C. ROBINSON, Treasurer. 
Subscribed and sworn to, at Jamaica, Vermont, this 4th day of July, 
A. D. 1901. 

Before me, J. Q. SHUMWAY, Notary Public. 

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ANNUAL REPORT OF THK 



THE LAMOILLE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST 
COMPANY, HYDE PARK. 

June 30, 1001. 

RESOUBCEB. 

r.oans on real estate, all in Vermont $361,023 I 

Loans on personal security, all in Vermont 130,043 ( 

Loiius on deiK)sit books, all In Vermont 2, 530 ( 

l^>ans with bank stock as collateral, all In Vermont 35,786 ; 

Loans with mortgages as collateral, all in Vermont 47,173 3 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 27,278 ( 

V illage of Hardwlck, Vermont, bonds 20,000 < 

Town of Bakersfleld bonds 6,000 < 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

Lamoille County National Bank, Hyde Park 10,000 i 

riilon Savings Bank and Trust Company, MorrlsvUle 1,000 i 

Hard wick Savings Bank and Trust Company, Hard wick. 3,500 < 

Brandon National Bank, Brandon, Vermont 6,500 ' 

l':iiosburg Falls Savings Bank and Trust Company, Enos- 

burg Falls 1,200 

Cash on deposit in banks, viss.: 

J .;i raoille County National 50. 246 

Nn rional Hide and Leather, Boston 107 

Puritan Trust Company, Boston 118 

Morton Trust Company, New York 5,694 

rash on hand 3,480 

Total $711,682 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in $50,000 

LHie depositors 611,682 

Surplus fund reserved 50, OOO 

Total $711. 682 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901, 2,296. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 2,186. 

Total of their deposits $569, 212 

Number of depositors non-resident, 110. 

Total of their deposits 42, 470 

Amount of depoeits exceeding $1,500 In each case, 

$89,364.57. 
Number of such depositors, 50. 

Total deposits $611 . 682 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1901, 1^ per cent on deposits $8, 68* 

July 1, 1901, V/i per cent on deposits 8, 61: 

Total dividends for the year $17, 29J 



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EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $1,600 00 

State taxes paid 4,163 d7 

All other expenses for the year 7,468 78 

Total expenses for the year $13,232 75 

OFFICEBS. 

Carroll S. Page, President; H. M. McFarland, Vice-President. 

Auditors — Board of Directors. 

InyeBtlng Committee — ^Board of Directors. 

Directors — Carroll S. Page, H. M. McFarland, O. F. Gates, A. A. 
Pike, R. W. Hulbnrd, S. A. Fife, Russell a Page. 

Treasurer's bond, $20,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Lamoille County Savings Bank and Trust Company at the 
close of business on the 30th day of June, 1901, according to my best 
knowledge and belief. 

C. A. KNIGHT, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Cleveland, Ohio, this 12th day of 
August, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, GEO. M. BARRETTT, Notary Public. 



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THE LUDLOW SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, 
LUDLOW. 

June 30, 1901. 

resources. 

Loans on real estate In Vermont $85. 847 22 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 78,375 00 

Loans on personal security 00, 192 54 

Loans on deposit books 5, 352 93 

Ix>ans with banlt stoci^ as collateral 1, 100 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 3, 78(> 21 

Loans on other collateral security 2, 424 74 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 43.077 80 

State, county, city, town and school bondn 95, 700 13 

Real estate for banking purposes 2,000 00 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

Woodstock National $000 00 

Killlngton Nfltlonal 2,000 00 ■ 

National Black River Bank 800 00 

3,400 00 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Warrants 5,660 76 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 

National Shawmut Bank of Boston 19.383 45 

New York State National Bank. Albany, N. Y 2,902 82 

Cash on hand 11, 722 74 

Total $450,926 34 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid In $25,000 00 

Due deiwsitors 401.745 56 

Surplus fund reserved 20,000 00 

Other surplus 4. 164 78 

Dividend unpaid 16 00 

Total $450,926 34 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901, 1,681. 
Number of deiwsitors resident in this State, 1,615. 

Tottil of their deposits $380,958 06 

Number of depositors non-resident, 6(5. 

Total of their deposits 20,787 50 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, In each case, 

$.S5,774.58. 
Number of such deiwsltors, 17. 



Total deposits $401,745 5G 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1. 1901, 1% per cent on deposits $4, 764 51 

July 1, 1901, 1% per cent 5.254 77 

January 1, 1901, 4 per cent on stock 1,000 00 



Total divideiids for the year $11,019 28 

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EXPENSES. 

Salaries 

State taxes paid 

All other expenses for the year 

Total expenses for the year 



$1,798 00 

1,966 65 

377 79 



$4,132 44 



LIST OP STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Par Book 

Description. rent. value. value. 

State of Massachusetts 3 $10,000 00 $10,000 00 

Onawa, Iowa 6 3,000 00 3,000 00 

Quincy, Illinois 4 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Cicero, Indiana 5 7,000 00 7,000 00 

Snohomish County. Washington 5 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Findlay, Ohio 4% 3,000 00 3,000 00 

Sandwich. Illinois 6 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan 6 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Fort Madison, Iowa 4% 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Galena, Illinois 4 6,000 00 6,000 00 

Crow Wing County, Minnesota 4 10,000 00 10,000 00 

Plymouth. Vermont 4 3,000 00 3,000 tk) 

Ludlow, Vermont, sewer 4 1 , 700 13 1, 700 13 

Ludlow, Vermont, water 4 4,000 00 4,000 <A) 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 3Va 2:i,000 00 23,000 00 



Bank stock: 
8 shares National Black River Bank 

of ProctorsviUe, Vermont 

20 shares W^oodstock National Bank 

of Woodstock, Vermont 

20 shares Killlngton National Bank 

of Rutland, Vermont 



$95,700 13 $95,700 13 

$800 00 $800 00 

600 00 600 00 

2,000 00 2,000 00 



OFFICERS. 



$3,400 00 $3,400 00 



W. W. Stickney, President; Fred O. Knight, Vice-President. 

Auditors — John A. Dennett, Levi A. Pettigrew. 

InvesUng Committee— W. W. Stickney, Fred O. Knight, R. W. 
Davies, George H. Levey, John A. Dennett, Levi A. Pettigrew. 

Directors— W. W. Stickney, Fred O. Knight, R. W. Davies, George 
H. Levey, John A. Dennett, Levi A. Pettigrew, John C. Coolidge, Henry 
A. Hannum, Morton A. Ives. 

Treasurer's bond, $16,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true state menit of the con- 
dition of the Ludlow Savings Bank and Trust Company at the close of 
business on the 30th day of June, 1901, according to my best knowledge 
and belief. 

R. W. DAVIES, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to. at Ludlow, Vermont, this 9th day of July, 
A. D. 1901. 

Before me, HOMDR L. SKBBLS, Notary Public. 



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TH£> LYNDON SAVINS BANK, LTNDONVIIjLB. 
June 30. 1001. 

bbsoubcsb. 

LrfMinB on real estate In Vermont $66, 022 94 

lioana on real estate elsewhere 207,060 00 

Loans on personal security 20, 704 00 

Loans on deposit books 76 00 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 8, 700 00 

Loans with mortga^s as collateral 420 00 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 2,387 ^ 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 77,200 00 

Real estate for banking purposes 7, 146 02 

Real estate by foreclosure 7,2^7 32 

Bank stock owned (see Schedule) 22,600 00 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Premium account 2, 187 50 

Oash on deposit in National Bank, viz.: 

LyndonvUle National Bank 34,467 12 

Total $450, 7©9 04 

LIABIUIIES. 

Due depositors $439,648 78 

Surplus fund reserved 8,000 00 

Interest 3,250 26 

Total $450,799 04 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901, 2,672. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 2,611. 

Total of their deposits $414,384 04 

Number of depositors non-resident, 61. 

Total of their deposits 25, 164 14 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$13,567.18. 
Number of such depositors, 8. 

Total deposits $439,548 78 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1901, 1% per cent $7,085 18 

July 1, 1901, 1% per cent 7,164 17 

Total dividends for the year $14,199 35 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $900 00 

State taxes paid 2.926 28 

All other expenses for the year 753 02 

Total expenses for the year $4, 579 «^ 

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LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Par Book 

Description. cent. value. value. 

Lake View, Cook County, Illinois, 

school 5 $3,000 00 $3,000 00 

City of Superior, Wisconsin, im- 
provement 5 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Port Washington, Wisconsin, school. 5 3,200 00 3,200 00 

City of Seattle, Washington, refund- 
ing 5 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Armstrong Grove, Iowa, school 5 3,00000 3,00000 

City of Liincoln, Nebraska, refund- 
ing 4 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Alien County. Indiana, court house. 3^ 5,000 00 5,000 00 

City of Galena, Illinois, electric 

Ught 4 5,000 00 5,000 00 

City of Atlantic, Iowa, refunding. . . 3Vj 5,000 00 5,000 00 

City of Milo, Iowa, school 4 5,000 00 5,000 00 

City of Seattle, Washington, school. 4V^ 30,000 00 30,000 00 

Spokane County, Washington, court 

house 6 1,000 00 1,000 00 

City of Jefferson ville, Indiana, re- 
funding 3% 5,000 00 5,000 00 

$77,200 00 $77,200 00 
Bank stock: 

Merchants' National, St Johnsbury, 
Vermont $8,800 00 $8,800 00 

First National, St Johnsbury, Ver- 
mont 4,800 00 4,800 00 

Lyndonville National, Lyndonvllle, 
Vermont 5,700 00 5,700 00 

Barton National, Barton, Vermont. 2,300 00 2,300 00 

National Bank of Lyndon, Lyndon, 
Vermont 1,000 00 1,000 00 



$22,600 00 $22,000 00 



OFFICERS. 



I. W. Sanborn, President; J. W. Oopeland, Vice-President. 

Auditors — Trustees. 

Investing Committee — Trustees. 

Trustees— I. W. Sanborn, J. W. Copeland, H. F. Pillsbury, A. L. 
Ingalls, J. C. Eaton, Charles Ingalls, A. F. Howland. 

Treasurer's bond, $18,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Lyndon Savings Bank at the close of business on the 30th 
day of June, 1901, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

I. S. PEARL, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Lyndonville, Vermont, this 1st day of 
July, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, LUTHER B. HARRIS, Notary Public. 



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THE MARBLE SAVINGS BANK. RUTLAND. 
Junk 30. 1901. 

bxbource8. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont |256,287 35 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 257, 246 50 

Loans on personal security 2, 736 00 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 16,475 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 9,081 20 

Loans on other collateral security 2, 146 00 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 226, 160 82 

Real estate by foreclosure 65, 715 00 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

Rutland County National Bank 32,500 00 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, vie.: 

Rutland County National Bank, Rutland 3.981 78 

Morton Trust Company, New York 24,460 79 

Cash on hand 13,232 53 

Total $910,021 97 

LIABIUTIE6. 

Due depositors $888,040 85 

Surplus fund reserved 20,000 00 

Other surplus 6,981 12 

Total $910,021 97 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901, 3.267. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 3.139. 

Total of their deposits $841,824 05 

Number of depositors non-resident, 128. 

Total of their deposits 41,216 80 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, In each case, 

$111,883.37. 
Number of such depositors, 58. 



Total deposits $883,040 85 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1901, 1% per cent $13,258 25 

July 1. 1901, 1% per cent 13,117 25 

Total dividends for the year $26,375 50 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary and other salaries $2,500 00 

State taxes paid 5,567 88 

All other expenses for the year , 1, 731 94 

Total expenses for the year $9, 799 82 

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LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Par and 

Description. cent. book value. 

Massachusetts, state 3 $40,000 00 

Toledo, Ohio, city 4% 25,000 00 

Wooster, Ohio, city 6 10,000 00 

Superior, Wisconsin, city 5 5,000 00 

Llncohi, Nebraska, city 6 20, 000 00 

South Omaha, Nebraska, city 7 1,000 00 

Sioux City, Iowa, city 6 4,00000 

Pittsburg. Pennsylvania, city 3% 20, 000 00 

Beltzhoover, Pennsylvania, borough 5 9, 500 00 

Lorain, Ohio, village 6 8,000 00 

Kent, Ohio, village 6 10,000 00 

North Baltimore, Ohio, vHlage 6 1 ,000 00 

Clyde, Ohio, village 6 5,000 00 

Braddock, Pennsylvania, school 4^2 9,000 00 

Mitchell, South Dakota, school 6 10,000 00 

Clatsop County, Oregon, school 6 12,000 00 

Pacific County, Oregon, school 7 5,000 00 

Nebraska school, sundry counties 7 122 00 

Snohomish County, Washington, warrants 8 6,072 64 

Yakima County, Waahlngton, warrants 8 616 22 

Stevens County, Washington, warrants 8 4.597 51 

Thurston County, Washington, warrants 8 11,876 34 

Jefferson County, Washington, warrants 8 3,217 67 

Whatcomb County, Washington, warrants 8 2,854 30 

Lewis County, Washington, warrants 8 1, 764 17 

Island County, Washington, warrants 8 539 97 



$226,160 82 



OFFICERS. 



John N. Woodfin, President; Charles E. Ross, Vice-President. 

Auditors — Charles B. Ross, John N. Woodfin, Hiram A. Smith. 

Investing Committee — John N. Woodfin, Charles E. Ross, John D. 
Miller, G. C. Lewis, George L. Rice, E. L. Temple. 

Trustees — John N. Woodfin, Charles E. Ross, E. C. Lewis, John D. 
Miller, W. R. Page, George I. Rice, W. A. Patrick, L. G. Kingsley, H. 
A. Smith, W. B. Shaw, E. L. Temple. 

Treasurer's bond, $30,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Marble Savings Bank of Rutland at the close of business on 
the 30th day of June, 1901, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

E. L. TEMPLE. Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Rutland. Vermont, this 1st day of July, 
A. D. 1901. 

Before me, HENRY H. ROSS, Notary Public. 



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THE MONTPBLIER SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY. 
MONTPBLIEB. 

June 30^ 1901. 

BB80URCBB. 

Loans ou real estate in Vermont $418,037 37 

Lioans on real estate elsewhere 560, 335 00 

Loans on personal security 100,039 65 

Loans on deposit books 0, V& 00 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 6, 970 TO 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 33,037 38 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 22,506 35 

United States bonds 43,800 00 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 964,043 73 

Real estate by foreclosure 25, 700 00 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

First NaUonal Bank, Montpeller, Vermont 17,000 00 

Montpelier National Bank, Montpeller, Vermont 12,20000 

Waterbury National Bank, Waterbury, Vermont 13,040 00 

Barre National Bank, Barre, Vermont i . . 9,400 00 

Barre Savings Bank and Trust Co., Barre, Vermont 3,000 00 

Granite Savings Bank and Trust Co., Barre, Vermont. . 1,000 00 
Enosburg Falls Savings Bank and Trust Co., Enosburg 

Falls, Vermont 800 00 

National Bank of Commonwealth, Boston, Mass 10,000 00 

National Bank of White River, Bethel, Vermont 1,000 OO 

Cash on deposit in banks, viz.: 

Waterbury National Bank, Waterbury, Vermont 9,408 37 

First National Bank, Chicago, Illinois 13, 582 48 

Hanover National Bank, New York 28,954 13 

National Bank of Commonwealth, Boston, Mass 25,906 03 

Montpelier National Bank, Montpelier, Vermont 940 16 

First National Bank, Montpelier, Vermont 3, 436 52 

Barre National Bank, Barre, Vermont 3,922 32 

Merchants National Bank, Burlington, Vermont 13,452 25 

New York State National Bank, Albany, N. Y 6, 849 48 

Cash on hand 42,822 98 

Total $2,388, 569 50 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in $50,000 00 

Due depositors 2,284, 745 45 

Surplus and undivided prolits 50, 460 lo 

Dividend on stock July 1. 1901 2,000 00 

Treasurer's checks outstanding 1,363 90 

Total $2,388. 569 50 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901, 6,58a 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 6,439. 

Total of their deposits $2,>208, 819 68 

Number of depositors non-resident, 149. 

Total of their deposits 75, 925 Z'i 



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Amount of depoaits exceeding |1,600» in each case, 

$542,487.«1. 
Number of such depoBltora, 20a 

Total deposits $2,284,745 45 

DIYIDENDB. 

January 1, 1901, 1% per cent on deposits $30,605 55 

iuij 1, 1901, 1% per cent on deposits 29,980 81 

January 1, 1901, 4 per cent on stock 2,000 00 

July 1, 1901, 4 per cent on stock 2,000 00 

Total dividends for the year $61,586 36 

EXPENSES. 

State taxes paid $13,726 36 

AU otlier expenses for the year 20,502 85 

Total expenses for the year $34, 228 21 

LIST or STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Bate per Par and 

Description. cent. book value. 

Areola, Illinois 5 $10,000 00 

Astoria, Oregon tj 12,000 00 

Atiantic, Iowa 5 3,500 00 

Ausai>le, Michigan 7 13,000 00 

Bay City, Michigan 8 50000 

Bement, Illinois 5 5,500 00 

Bessemer, Michigan 6 7,000 00 

Bridgeport, Ck>nnecticut 4 25,000 00 

Brooklyn, Ohio 6 10,000 00 

Brookiield, Missouri 6 5,000 00 

Buda, Illinois 6 1,000 00 

Britt, Iowa 5 2,000 00 

Buffalo Centre, Iowa 6 4, 200 00 

Cambridge, Ohio 5,000 00 

Cascade, Iowa 5 3,500 00 

Chadron, Nebraska 7 8,000 00 

Clear Lake, Iowa G 9, 500 00 

CentraUa, Iowa 5 5,000 00 

Chicago, lilinois 4&5 20,000 00 

Council Bluffs, Iowa t) 9,500 00 

Connorsville, Iowa 6 10,000 00 

Columbus, Ohio 4 1,000 00 

OorrectionviUe, Iowa 5 5, 000 00 

Coon Baplds, Iowa 6 3,500 00 

Oo«hocton, Ohio 6 15,000 00 

Cook County, Illinois 4 10,000 00 

Clinton, Iowa 6 3,364 47 

Dalles, Oregon 6 10,000 00 

DanvilJe, Illinois 5 32,000 00 

I>ayt<Hi, Ohio 5 5,500 00 

I>ecatur County, Indiana 6 1,000 00 

Decatur, Michigan 5 4,000 00 

Defiance, Ohio 6 8,000 00 

Dennison, Ohio 6 4,500 00 

Duluth, Minnesota 4% & 5 15,000 00 

Eldorado, Kansas 6 10,000 00 

£dwardB County, Kansas 7 5,000 00 

Eldon, Iowa 6 5,000 00 



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Rate per Par and 

DescrlptioiL ceut. book value. 

Elwood, Indiana 6 $10,000 00 

Evart, Michigan 5 3,000 00 

Evergreen Park, Illinois 6 2,500 00 

Evergreen Park, Iowa 6 4,000 00 

Falrmount Indiana 5,300 00 

Forest City, Iowa 6 90000 

Findlay, Ohio 6 2,500 00 

Greenville, Ohio 6 6,000 00 

Grlswold. Iowa 6 4,750 00 

Goodlaud, Indiana 5 3,200 00 

Hammond, Indiana 6 6,93126 

Hawarden, Iowa 6 5,000 00 

Hamilton County, Illinois 4Mj 17,000 00 

Hamburg, Iowa 5 5,466 00 

Harlan, Iowa 5 1,000 00 

Highgate. Vermont 4';^ 6,000 00 

Hitchcock County, Nebraska 7 4,500 00 

Hopkins, Missouri 6 5,000 00 

Huntington, Indiana 6 2,000 00 

Hlgglnsville, Missouri 6 9,000 00 

Iron Mountain, Michigan 6 5,000 00 

Ithaca, Michigan 5 2,000 00 

Jersey City, New Jersey 5 10,000 00 

Jonesboro. Indiana 6 7,500 00 

Kansas City, Missouri 4 1,000 00 

Kingsley, Iowa 5 2, 500 00 

Kokomo, Indiana 6 10,000 00 

Lapel, Indiana 5 3,600 00 

Lake City, Iowa 6 8,000 00 

Lake City, Minnesota 6 6,000 00 

La Salle, Iowa 5 2,500 00 

La Harpe. Illinois 6 4,000 00 

Logan, Iowa 5 5,000 00 

Leavenworth County, Kansas 5 5,000 00 

I^mont, Illinois 6 2,000 00 

Lincoln County, South Dakote 6 20000 

I^na, Illinois 6 8,000 00 

Luveme, Minnesota 6 3,000 00 

Madison City, South Dakota 6 1,000 00 

Malvern, Ohio 6 5,000 00 

Martin's Ferry, Ohio 5 10,000 00 

Manson, Iowa 6 1,000 00 

Maumee, Ohio 5 12,000 00 

Mlamlsburg, Ohio 6 4,000 00 

Medicine Lodge, Kansas 6 2,000 00 

Montpeller, Indiana 6 5,000 00 

Morris County, Kansas 6 10,000 00 

Montgomery County, Kansas 7 4,200 00 

Moulton, Iowa 5 6,000 00 

MonticeHo, Indiana « 3,400 00 

Muskegon, Michigan , 5 10,000 00 

Muskegon Heights, Michigan 5 8,000 00 

Neosho, Missouri 6 7,600 00 

Nevada, Missouri 5 8,500 00 

New Castle, Indiana 6 6,000 00 

New Hampshire State 6 1,600 00 

New York City, New York 3 & 3^ 65,000 00 

Nebraska, school districts 6&7 15,932 00 

Oak Harbor, Ohio 6 2.600 00 



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Rate per Par and 

Description. cent. book value. 

Odebolt, Iowa 6 $3,200 00 

Omaha, Nebraska 5 7,000 00 

Prairie City, Iowa 5 1,000 00 

Park Rapids, Minnesota 6 3,500 00 

Pierce Connty, Washington 6 24,000 00 

Pipestone. Minnesota 6 10,500 00 

PIqua, Ohio 6 10,000 00 

Plymouth, Indiana 5 ^6,000 00 

Port Townsend, Washington 6 6,000 00 

Quincy, Michigan 5 7,000 00 

Richmond, Michigan 5 3,000 00 

Richmond, Vermont 4 8.500 00 

Rockwell, Iowa 6 7,000 00 

Rock Valley, Iowa 6 3,900 00 

Rochester, Michigan 5 5,000 00 

Sauk Rapids, Minnesota 6 3,500 00 

Schaller, Iowa 5 4,500 00 

Seattle, Washington 5 5,000 00 

Sidney, Iowa 5 6,000 00 

Sioux Rapids, Iowa 5 2,500 00 

Snohomish County, Washington 6 5,000 00 

South Milwaukee, Wisconsin 5 1,500 00 

South Omaha, Nebraska 6 10,000 00 

Tacoma, Washington 5 25,000 00 

Thomtown, Indiana 6 4.900 00 

Tolono, Illinois 6 2.700 00 

Troy, Vermont 4 10.500 00 

Wadena, Minnesota 6 4,000 00 

Walla Walla, Washington 5&6 25.000 00 

Washington, Ohio 6 2,000 00 

Wellston, Ohio 5 4,000 00 

Waukegan, Illinois 6 7.000 00 

West Duluth, Minnesota 6 10,000 00 

West Liberty, Iowa 5 7,500 00 

Walnut. Iowa 6 2,000 00 

Whiting, Iowa 5 2,500 00 

Wichita, Kansas 5 1,000 00 

Woodbine. Iowa 5 4,500 00 

Wooster, Ohio 6 10,000 00 

Taklma, Washington 6 5,000 00 

Total 1954,043 73 

OFFICERS. 

James W. Brock, President; L. Bart Cross. Vice-President. 

Auditors — Board of Directors. 

Investing Committee — Board of Directors. 

Directors — James W. Brock, L. Bart Cross, Albert W. Ferrin, Mel- 
ville B. Smllle. William W. Brock. 

Treasurer's bond, $60,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Montpelier Savings Bank and Trust Company at the close 
of business on the 30th day of June. 1901, according to my best knowl- 
edge and belief. 

AI«BERT W. PERRIN. Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Montpelier, Vermont, this 10th day 
of July, A. D. 1901. 

. Before me. WILLIAM S. SMITH, Notary Public. 



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62 ANNUAL RBPOET OF THB 

THE NORTHBIELD SAVINGS BANK, NORTHFIBLD. 

juNB ao, 1001. 

BESOUBCEB. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $175, 258 26 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 184, 716 77 

rx>ans on personal security 45,586 23 

Loans on deposit books 3, 780 8l 

Ixians with bank stock as collateral f^.800 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 8.528 71 

rx>ans on other collateral security 13,990 00 

I^ans to towns, villages, school districts 16, 742 51 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 66,800 00 

Real estate by foreclosure 9, 705 63 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

3 shares Orleans Trust Company 300 00 

92 shares Northfleld National Bank 9,200 00 

8 shares Randolph National Bank 800 00 

26 shares First National Bank, Montpelier 2,000 00 

Cash on deposit In National Banks, viz.: 

Northfleld National Bank 11,068 24 

First National Bank, Montpelier 5,554 19 

Cash on hand 1,689 05 

Total 1562, 623 40 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors $508,949 64 

Surplus fund reserved 45,212 79 

Other surplus 8,460 97 

Total $562,623 40 

Whole number of depositors, .Tune 30, 1901, 1,714. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 1,610. 

Total of their deposits $474,573 89 

Number of depositors non-resident, 104. 

Total of their deposits 34,375 75 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$106,498.93. 
Number of such depositors, 61. 



Total deposits $508,949 M 

DiViDENUS. 

January 1, 1901, 1% per cent $8,3GO 62 

July 1, 1901, 1% per cent 8,253 30 

Total dividends for the year $16,613 92 

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EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $1,500 00 

Other eUarles 460 00 

State taxes paid 8,801 11 

All other expenses for the year 1» 172 12 



Total expenses for the year $6,023 23 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Bate per Par and 

Description. cent. book value. 

Spokane, Washington, county 6 $5,000 00 

Sabula, Iowa, town 5 2,500 00 

Iron, Wisconsin, county 6 2,000 00 

Gladbrook, Iowa, town 6 2,000 00 

New Hartford, Iowa, town 6 1,000 00 

Bluffton, Indiana, city 6 2,200 00 

Clay, Minnesota, county 6 2,000 00 

Northfield, Vermont, village 4 10,000 00 

Superior, Wisconsin, city 5 5,600 00 

Hamilton. Illinois, county 4% 5,000 00 

Spokane, Washington, county 6 2,000 00 

Tacoma, Washington, city 5 5.000 00 

Duluth, Minnesota, city 4^ 5,000 00 

Allen, Indiana, county 31/^ 5,000 00 

Eiast Waterloo, Iowa, town 4 5,000 00 

Taunton, Massachusetts, city 4 3.000 00 

Council Bluffs, Iowa, city 4^^ 2,500 00 

JeffersonvlUe, Indiana, city 3% 2,000 00 

Total $66,800 00 

OFFICERS. 

Andrew B. Denny, President; Edwin K. Jones, Vice-President 

Auditors — Frank Plumley, Andrew B. Denny, John L. Moseley. 

Investing Committee — ^Trustees. 

Trustees — Andrew B. Denny, EMwin K. Jones, Frank Plumley, 
Charles M. Davis, H. C. Cady, John L. Moseley. 

Treasurer's bond, $20,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Northfield Savings Bank at the close of business on the 
30th day of June, 1001, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

H. C. CADY, Treasurer. 
Subscribed and sworn to, at Northfield, Vermont, this 11th day of 
July, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, GEORGE O. SANBOBN, Notary Public. 



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THE ORLEANS TRUST COMPANY, NEWPORT. 
June 30, 1901. 

BESOUItCES. 

Loans on real estate In Vermont $223,487 W 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 38, 115 00 

Loans on personal security 78. 709 61 

Loans on deposit books 1,372 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 11,219 00 

Loans on other collateral security 16, 766 00 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 4,319 35 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 12,000 00 

Real estate by foreclosure 15,000 00 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

National Bank of Newport, Vermont 1,000 00 

Island Pond National Bank 1,000 00 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Furniture and fixtures 1,000 00 

Due from Globe National Bank 151 65 

Cash on deposit In Banks, viz.: 

National Bank of Newport 5,000 00 

International Trust Company 14,037 23 

New York State National Bank of Albany, N. Y 6, 103 11 

Eastern Township's Bank 1, 867 57 

Cash on hand 5, 140 21 

Total $436,287 73 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in $50,000 00 

Due depositors 378,387 55 

Other surplus 7,083 06 

Treasurer's checks 543 12 

Dividend checks 274 00 

Total $436,287 73 

Whole number of depositors. June 30, 1901, 1,767. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 1,706. 

Total of their deposits $368, 556 61 

Number of depositors non-resident, 61. 

Total of their deposits 9, 830 94 

Amount of deposits not exceeding $250, in each case, 

$108,069.52. 
Number of such depositors, 1.377. 
Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$41,440.51. 
Number of such depositors, 19. 



Total deposits $378, 3S7 55 

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DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1901, 1% per cent on deposits $4,615 50 

July 1, 1901. 1% per cent on deposits 4,621 81 

January 1, 1901, 2 per cent on stock 1,000 00 

July 1, 1901, 2 per cent on stock 1,000 00 

Total dividends for the year $11,237 31 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $1,000 00 

Other salaries 1,075 25 

State taxes paid 2,309 80 

All other expenses for the year 1, 278 31 

Total expenses for the year $5, 663 36 



LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 



Rate per 
Description. cent 


Market 
value. 


Par 
value. 


Book 
value. 


City of Omaha, sewer. 4% 

Dalton Power Co 5 

Ldncoln County, Wash- 
ington, school bonds. 8 


$6,292 50 


$6,000 00 
5,000 00 

1,000 00 


$6,000 00 
5,000 00 

1,000 00 



OFFICERS. 

C. A. Prouty, President; Seymore Lane, Vice-President. 

Auditors — Board of Directors. 

Investing Committee — Board of Directors. 

Directors — C. A. Prouty, Seymore Lane, O. C. Miller, S. R. Davis, 
G. H. Prouty. 

• Treasurer's bond, $18,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Orleans Trust Company at the close of business on the 
30th day of June, 1901, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

F. S. TINKHAM, Treasurer. 
Subscribed and sworn to, at Newport, Vermont, this 9th day of 
July, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, C. A. BROWN, Notary Public. 



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THE OTTAUQUECHEE SAVINGS BANK, WOODSTOCK. 
June 30, 1001. 

resources. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $133,451 17 

Ix>an8 on real estate elsewhere 577, 735 00 

Loans on personal security 25, 3:^6 82 

Loans on deposit books 2,205 00 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 5,000 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 3,930 25 

Loans on other collateral security 225 00 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 12, 100 79 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 301,330 00 

Real estate for banking purposes 11, 255 00 

Real estate by foreclosure 7, 185 00 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 

Woodstock National Bank, Woodstock 34,840 16 

National Bank of Commerce, Boston 16, 185 96 

Morton Trust Company, New York 75. 171 56 

Cash on hand 10,421 03 

Total $1,210,362 74 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors $1, 133,352 82 

Surplus fund reserved 42, 815 03 

Other surplus 21,451 90 

One Hundred and Sixth dividend. July 1, 1901 18, 742 99 

Total $1,216,362 74 

Whole number of depositors. June 30, 1901, 3,389. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 3,131. 

Total of their deposits $1,015,756 02 

Number of depositors non-resident, 258. 

Total of their deposits 117, 596 80 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$181,112.35. 
Number of such depositors, 91. 



Total deposits $1, 133,352 82 



DIVIDENDS. 



January 1, 1901, 1% per cent $18,386 25 

July 1, 1901, 1% per cent 18,742 99 

Total dividends for the year $37, 129 24 

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EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $2,000 00 

Other salaries 500 00 

State taxes paid 7,731 59 

All other expenses for the year 2,005 M 



Total expenses for the year $12, 237 53 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Par Book 

Description. cent. value. value. 

Bridgewater, Vermont 5 $11 , 500 00 $11 , 500 00 

Holt County, Nebraska 7 150 00 150 00 

Tablegrove, Illinois 500 00 500 <K) 

Perrysburg, Ohio 6 2,500 00 2,500 00 

Cold Water, Michlgian 5 10,500 00 10,500 00 

Bast Liverpool, Ohio 5 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Primghar, Iowa 5 7,000 00 7,000 00 

Des Moines, Iowa 4^ 10,000 00 10,000 00 

Laketon, Michigan 5 1,330 00 1,330 00 

Sleepy Eye, Minnesota 5 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Wellston, Ohio 5 8,000 00 8,000 00 

Fostoria, Ohio 5 5,000 00 5,000 00 

St Mary's, Ohio G 6,000 00 6,000 00 

Independence, Missouri 5 6, 000 00 6, 000 00 

Council Bluffs, Iowa 4^ 10,000 00 10,000 00 

Council Bluffs, Iowa 6 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Persia, Iowa 5 700 00 700 00 

Mantua, Ohio 6V2 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Winfield, Kansas 5 14,000 00 14,000 00 

Seville, Ohio 5 4,500 00 4.500 00 

Pipestone, Minnesota 6 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Sheldon, Iowa 5 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Waverly, Iowa 5 4,000 00 4,000 00 

Spirit Lake, Iowa 6 3,300 00 3,300 00 

Lorain, Ohio 5 10,000 00 10,000 00 

Columbiana, Ohio 5 10,000 00 10,000 00 

Monticello. Iowa 4 8,000 00 8,000 00 

Dunlap. Iowa 1,500 00 1,500 00 

Mame, Iowa 5 800 00 800 00 

Windsor, Vermont 4 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Henderson, Iowa 5 1,800 00 1,800 00 

Orange City, Iowa 41^ 8,000 00 8,000 00 

La Harpe. Illinois 4V^ 8,500 00 8,500 00 

Clarlnda, Iowa 4 10,000 00 10,000 00 

Newton, Iowa 4 16,000 00 16,000 00 

Lenox, Iowa 4 6,000 00 6,000 00 

Johnson County, Iowa 3% 25,000 00 25,000 00 

Clearfield, Iowa 4 1,600 00 1,600 00 

Paullina, Iowa 5 8,000 00 8,000 00 

Logan, Iowa 4 6,000 00 6.000 00 

Chillicothe, Missouri 4 25,000 00 25,000 00 

Little Sioux, Iowa 4 1,5.50 00 1,550 00 

Tingley, Iowa 4 3,500 00 3.500 00 

Coon Rapids, Iowa 4 5,500 00 5,500 00 

West Bend, Iowa 4 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Joplin, Missouri 6 1,000 00 1.000 00 

Jewel Junction, Iowa 41^ 4,500 00 4,500 00 

Lake City, Iowa 4% 4, 700 00 4, 700 00 

Hosper, Iowa 5 3,800 00 3,800 00 



Total $301,330 00 $301,330 

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OFFICERS. 

James B. Jones, President; Alvln Hatch, Vice-President 

Auditors— J. W. Parker, W. S. Hewett, F. C. Southgate. 

Investing Committee — ^James B. Jones, Alvln Hatch, F. S. McKen- 
zie, Charles H. Maxham, Charles F. Chapman. 

Trustees — James B. Jones, Alvln Hatch, Henry W. Walker, Charles 
H. Maxham, F. S. McKenzIe, William S. Dewey. J. W. Parker. W. S. 
Hewett, Frederick C. Southgate, George W. Paul, Charles F. Chap- 
man. 

Treasurer's bond, $32,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Ottauquechee Savings Bank at the close of business on 
the 30th day of June, 1901, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

CHARLES F. CHAPMAN, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Woodstock, Vermont, this 15th day 
of July, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, 

HENRY C. JOHNSON. Notary Public. 



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THE PASSUMPSIO SAVINGS BANK, ST. JOHNSBURY. 
June 30, 1901. 

besoubces. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $437, 488 71 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 422, 655 13 

Loans on personal security 120, 653 90 

Loans on deposit books 6, 604 00 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 15,472 45 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 34, 685 11 

United States bonds 13,800 00 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 458,718 98 

Real estate for banking purposes 12,000 00 

Real estate by foreclosure 102,924 53 

Bank stock owned (See Schedule) 46,200 00 

Gash on deposit in banks, viz.: 

First National Bank, St. Johnsbury, Vermont 15,561 08 

Merchants National Bank, St. Johnsbury, Vermont 314 15 

National Park Bank, New York 17,628 73 

Newport National Bank, Newport, Vermont 636 58 

Barton National Bank, Barton, Vermont 812 69 

Caledonia National Bank, Danville, Vermont 231 39 

Citizens Trust Company, St. Johnsbury, Vermont 1,264 00 

Collection agents 8,939 35 

Cash on hand 9,988 60 

Total $1,726,579 38 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors $1,680,732 71 

Surplus fund reserved 39,400 00 

Other surplus 1, 446 67 

Bills payable 5,000 00 

Total $1 , 726, 579 38 

Whole number of depositors, June 30. 1901. 6,449. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 5,992. 

Total of their deposits $1,535,120 96 

Number of depositors non-resident, 457. 

Total of their deposits 145,611 75 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$158,046.00. 
Number of such depositors, 83. 

Total deposits $1,680,732 71 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1901, 1% per cent $24,722 89 

July 1, 1901, 1% per cent 24, 178 86 

Total dividends for the year $48, 901 75 

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EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $2,000 00 

Other salaries 3,412 98 

State taxes paid 11,272 13 

All other exi)euse8 for the year 1,803 56 

Total expenses for the year $18. 548 07 



LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Description. Rate iier Tar Book 

Municipal bonds: cent. value. value. 

Ht. Johnsbury, Vermont, village. ... 4% $11,500 00 $11,500 00 

Alexis. Illinois, village 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Arthur, Illinois, school 5 5.500 00 5,500 00 

Aurora, Illinois, improvement 2,000 00 2,000 ^» 

CartervIUe. Illinois, school 4 2,500 00 ?.5(X> 00 

Chicago, Illinois, sanitary 5 30.000 00 30,000 (O 

Chicago, Illinois, school 5 3,000-00 3.000 00 

East St. Louis, Illinois, school 5 3,000 00 3,000 00 

Marshall, Illinois, school 4,000 00 4.000 00 

Piano, Illinois, school 5,000 00 5,000 00 

East Peoria. Illinois, school 5 5,500 00 5,500 00 

Vienna, Illinois, school 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Auburn, Indiana, water 5^» 6,000 00 6,000 00 

Connorsville, Indiana, water 6 5.000 00 5,000 00 

Edinburg, Indiana, water. .' 6 3,000 00 3,000 00 

Rensselaer, Indiana, school 5,0(X) 00 5,000 00 

Valixiraiso, Indiana, improvement.. 6 100 00 100 00 

Washington, Indiana, funding 6 2.000 00 2.000 00 

Winchester, Indiana, Improvement. 6 450 00 450 00 
Woodniff place. Indianapolis, Indi- 
ana, water 6 7,400 00 7.400 00 

Akron, Iowa, refunding 4 4,000 00 4,000 00 

Calhoun County, Iowa, drainage. .. 7 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Dyersville, Iowa, engine house 6 4,000 00 4.000 00 

Fort Dodge, Iowa, school 5 10,000 00 10,000 00 

Kingsiey, Iowa, waU-r 6 6,000 00 6, 000 00 

Lake City. Iowa, water 6 3,5(K) 00 3,500 00 

Minden, Iowa, water 6 2,375 00 2,375 00 

Neola, Iowa, electric light 5Mj 4,9r>0 00 4,960 00 

Olin, Iowa, water 5 4.400 00 4.400 OCi 

Truro. Iowa, school 5 2,5(K) 00 2,500 00 

Argentine, Kansas, school 6 0.0(K) 00 9,000 00 

CoffeyvUle, Kansas, sewer 6 6,000 00 6,000 00 

Emporia. Kansas, refunding 4^4 7,0(K) 00 7.000 00 

Kansas City, Kansas, improvement. 6 15,000 00 15,000 00 

Lyon County. Kansas, refunding... 4 15,000 00 15.000 00 

Parsons, Kansas, school 5 lO.iKK) 00 10.(X)0 00 

Pittsburg, Kansas, city hall 5 8,750 00 8,750 00 

Topeka, Kansas, improvement 4^ 8,000 00 8,000 00 

Decatur, Michigan, water 5 4.<X)0 00 4,000 00 

Iron Mountain, Michigan, school... .6 11,000 00 11,000 00 

Marlette, Michigan, electric light.. . 5^5 4,000 00 4,000 00 

Rochester, Michigan, water 5 4.500 (X) 4,500 00 

Watervliet, Michigan, school 6 1,000 00 1.000 00 

Duluth, Minnesota, school 5 2,000 00 2,0(X) 00 

Mun-ay County, Minnesota, school. 5,0(K) 00 5,000 00 

South Stillwater, Minnesota, school 5 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Brookfield. Missouri, water 6 5,000 00 5,000 00 

.Toplin, Missouri, school 2,500 00 2,500 00 

Shelby County, Missouri, court 

house 6 2,50000 2,500 00 

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Rate per 
Description. cent. 

Nebraska, school districts 7 

Seward County, Nebraska, refund- 
ing 6 

Athens, Ohio, refunding 6 

Archibald, Ohio, school 6 

Barnesville. Ohio, Improvement 6 

Columbiana, Ohio, water 5 

Flndlay, Ohio, school 6 

Gann, Ohio, school 6 

Kent, Ohio, refunding 6 

Letonia, Ohio, water 6 

Maumee, Ohio, refunding 5 

Ravenna, Ohio, i>ark 6 

Toledo, Ohio, Improvement 6 

Youngstown, Ohio, park 5 

La Grande, Oregon, school 5 

Sioux Falls, South Dakota, bridge. . 6 

New Whatcomb, Washington, school 4% 

Seattle, Washington, water 

Snohomish County, Washington, 

school 6 

County warrants, Washington 

Ashland, Wisconsin, Improvement. . 6 

South Milwaukee, Wisconsin, sewer. 5 

Taylor County, Wisconsin, Jail 6 

Total municipal bonds owned. 
United States bonds: 

Four per cents of 1925 4 

Bank stock: 
225 shares First National Bank, St. 

Johnsbury, Vermont 

172 shares Merchants National 

Bank. St Johnsbury, Vermont. . . 

18 shares Newport National Bank, 

Newport, Vermont 

10 shares Derby Lrine National Bank, 

Derby Line, Vermont 

37 shares Newbury National Bank, 
Wells River, Vermont 



OFFICERS. 

T. M. Howard, President; W. P. Smith, Vice-President. 

Auditors— W. P. Smith. A. B. Noyes. 

Investing Committee— T. M. Howard, W. P. Smith, E. F. Brown, 
A. B. Noyes, L. B. Hartshorn. 

Trustees— T. M. Howard, W. P. Smith, E. F. Brown, T. C. Fletcher, 
W. S. Boynton, A. B. Noyes, H. N. Turner, L. B. Hartshorn, .Tona Ross. 

Treasurer's bond, $45,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Passumpsic Savings Bank, St. Johnsbury, at the close of 
business on the 30th day of June. 1901, according to my best knowledge 
and belief. 

WILLIAM S. BOYNTON, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at St. Johnsbury, Vermont, this 8th day of 
July, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, R. C. BAKER, Notary Public. 



Par 


Book 


value. 


value. 


$3,429 20 


$3,429 20 


22,000 00 


22,000 00 


13,500 (K) 


13,500 00 


4,000 00 


4,000 00 


3,500 IX) 


3,500 00 


6,000 00 


6,000 00 


16,000 00 


16,000 00 


4,000 00 


4,000 00 


10,000 00 


10,000 00 


5,000 00 


5,000 00 


3,000 00 


3,000 00 


15,000 00 


15,000 00 


3,000 00 


3,000 00 


5,000 00 


5,000 00 


5,500 00 


5,500 00 


8,000 00 


8,000 00 


13,000 00 


13,000 00 


10,000 00 


10,000 00 


7,000 00 


7,000 00 


9,854 78 


9,854 78 


5,500 00 


5.500 00 


9,500 00 


9,500 00 


5,000 00 


5,000 OD 


$458,718 98 


$458,718 98 


$10,000 00 


$13,800 00 


$22,500 00 


$22,500 00 


17.200 00 


17,200 00 


1,800 00 


1,800 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


3,700 00 


3,700 00 


$46,200 00 


$46,200 00 



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THE PEOPLE'S TRUST COMPANY, ST. ALBANS. 
June 30, 1901. 

besoubces. 

Loans on real estate In Vermont $283, 141 32 

Loans on personal security 18,215 90 

Loans on deposit books 2, 745 OO 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 1,000 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 9, 100 0<) 

Loans on bond collateral security 47,300 00 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 49,894 07 

United States bonds, 1925, at par 50,200 00 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 164,500 00 

Real estate for banking purposes 15,000 00 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

136 shares Welden National Bank of St. Albans 13,000 00 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 

Welden National Bank, St Albans, Vermont 4,346 24 

International Trust Company, Boston, Massachusetts 16,003 34 

Cash on hand 4,879 41 

Total $679,925 28 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid In $50,000 00 

Due depositors 600. 105 87 

Surplus fund reserved 20,000 00 

Other surplus 1,000 00 

Interest 8,819 41 

Total $679,923 28 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901, 2,196. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 2,158. 

Total of their deposits $578, (XH 40 

Number of depositors non-resident, 38. 

Total of their deposits 21 , 501 47 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, In each case, 

$143,353.^. 
Number of such depositors, 54. 



Total deposits $600, 105 87 



DIVIDENDS. 



November 1, 1900, 5 per cent on stock ^2, 500 00 

May 1, 1901, 5 per cent on stock 2, 500 00 

August 1, 1900, 1% per cent on deposits 7, 147 43 

February 1, 1901, 1% per cent on deposits 7, ^5 go 



Total dividends for the year $19, 793 25 

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EXPENSES. 

State taxes paid $3,454 78 

Treasurer's salary and all other expenses for the year. . . 3,749 26 



Total expenses for the year $7,204 04 

LIST or STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Par Book 

Description. cent value. value. 

United States registered, 1925 4 $20,000 00 $20,000 00 

United States coupon, 1925 4 30, 200 00 30, 200 00 

State of Massachusetts 3 3,000 00 3,000 00 

Boston, Massachusetts, city 5 7.000 00 7,000 00 

Poultney, Vermont, town 4 6,000 00 6,000 00 

St Albans, Vermont, village 4 1,50000 1,50000 

St Albans, Vermont town 4 7,000 00 7,000 00 

S wanton, Vermont village 4 4,00000 4,00000 

Enosburg Palls, Vermont, village.. 4 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Readsboro, Vermont, town 4 6,500 00 6,500 00 

Rockingham. Vermont, town 4 2,50000 2,50000 

Grand Isle, Vermont, town 4^5 500 00 500 00 

Swan ton, Vermont, town 4I/2 3,000 00 3,000 00 

Wllliamstown, Vermont, town 4^2 10,000 00 10,000 iK) 

Council Bluffs, Iowa, city 4^» 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Tacoma, Washington, city 5 13,000 00 13,000 00 

Fort Dodge, Iowa, city 5 500 00 500 00 

Lincoln, Nebraska, city 5 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Omaha, Nebraska, city 5 3,000 00 3,000 00 

Jacksonville, Illinois, city 5 4,00000 4.00000 

Seattle, Washington, city 5 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Orundy Centre, Iowa, town 5 11,000 00 11,000 00 

Columbiana. Ohio, village 5 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Fostorlft, Ohio, city 5 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Findlay. Ohio, city 5 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Ravenna, Ohio, village 6 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Lorain, Ohio, village 5 7,000 00 7,000 00 

Clinton, Missouri, city 5 8,000 00 8,000 00 

South Milwaukee, Wisconsin, village 5 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Rhinelander, Wisconsin, city 5 9,000 00 9,000 00 

East Liverpool, Ohio, school 5 3,00000 3,00000 

Springfield, Missouri, school 5 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Duluth, Minnesota, school 5 11,000 00 11,000 00 

Snohomish, Washington, school 6 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Wooeter, Ohio, village 5 5, 000 00 5,000 00 



$214,700 00 $214,700 00 

List of loans to towns, cities and school districts: 

St Albans, Vermont, city $18,996 43 

St Albans, Vermont town 2, 600 00 

Swanton, Vermont, town 7,006 82 

Highgate, Vermont town 4, 100 00 

Milton. Vermont, town 3,450 00 

Fairfield, Vermont, town 795 40 

Milton, Vermont graded school district 3, 153 75 

Salem, Massachusetts, city 9, 791 67 



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OFFICERS. 

E. C. Smith, President; D. D. Ranlett, Vice-President. 

Auditors and Investing Committee— D. D. Ranlett, C. W. Witters, 
H. M. Stevens, E. G. Chittenden. 

Directors— E. C. Smith, D. I). Ranlett, C. W. Witters, H. M. Stevens^ 
E. G. Chittenden, John Branch. 

Treasurer's bond. $22,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the People's Trust Company, St. Albans, at the close of busi- 
ness on the 30th day of June, 1901, according to my best knowledge and 
belief. 

JOHN BRANCH, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at St Albans, Vermont, this 29th day of 
June, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, N. E. L'ECUYER, Notary Public. 



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THE PROCTOR TRUST COMPANY. PROCTOR. 

June 30, 1901. 

resources. 

Loans on real estate In Vermont $120, 970 05 

Loans on real estate elsewhere ($3, 435 46 

Loans on personal security 65, 509 87 

Loans on deposit books 750 00 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 5,439 14 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 17, 440 39 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 30,892 24 

United States bonds 30,000 00 

State, count3% city, town and school bonds 27,200 00 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

Rutland County NaUonal Bank 4.000 00 

Franklin County Savings Bank and Trust Company 2,500 00 

Baxter National Bank 200 00 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Taxes and expenses paid 1, 628 84 

Cash on deposit in National Bank, viz. : 

Rutland County National Bank 82,452 73 

Cash on hand 449 42 

Total $458,868 14 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in $25,000 00 

Due depositors, savings ' 343,933 55 

Due depositors, subject to check 73,249 49 

Surplus fund reserved 4,000 00 

Interest 12,516 06 

Exchange 169 04 

Total $458,868 14 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901, 1,070. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 1,006. 

Total of their deposits $382,491 01 

Number of depositors non-resident, 64. 

Total of their deposits ,. 34,692 03 

Amount of deposits not exceeding* $250, In each case, 

$38,854.13. 
Number of such depositors, 637. 
Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$132,956.55. 
Number of such depositors, 35. 



Total deposits .$417, 183 04 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 15, 1901. 2 per cent on deposits .$5,690 00 

July 15, 1901, 2 per cent on deposits 6,312 00 

January 15, 1901, 3 per cent on stock ; 750 00 

July 15, 1901, 3 per cent on stock 750 00 

Total dividends for the 5*ear $13,502 00 

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EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary |000 00 

State taxes paid 1,901 81 

All other expenses for the year 597 75 

Total expenses for the year $3,099 56 

IJST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per 

Description. cent Par value. 

Village of Proctor, Vermont 4 $14,000 00 

Town of Rlpton, Vermont 5 11,700 00 

State of Colorado, warrants 6 1,500 00 

$27,200 00 

OFFICERS. 

F. D. Proctor, President; D. D. Burdett, Vice-President. 

Auditors — ^W. E, Higbee, G. H. Davis, A. W. Edson. 

Investing Committee — Directors. 

Directors— D. D. Burdett, F. H. Farrlngton, J. D. Miller, K. R 
Morse, F. C. Partridge, F. D. Proctor, R. L. Richmond, G. C. Robinson, 
B. F. Taylor. 

Treasurer's bond, $18,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Proctor Trust Company at the close of business on the 30th 
day of June, 1901, according to my best Isnowledge and belief. 

\VM. H. ELDRIDGE, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Proctor, Vermont, this 10th day ot 
July, A. D. 1901. 

' Before me, J. M. GOULDING, Notary Public. 



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THE RICHFORD SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, 
RICHFORD. 

June 30, 1901. 

RE80UBCES. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $74, 166 61 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 135,575 79 

Loans on personal security 56, 676 54 

Loans on deposit books 2,700 00 

Loans on other collateral security 9; 767 60 

Loans to towns, yiUages, school districts 7,260 53 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 37,000 00 

Real estate for banking purposes 5,500 00 

Real estate by foreclosure 2,000 00 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Accrued interest 9,764 01 

Gash on deposit in National Bank, viz.: 

Suffolk National Bank, Boston 23,731 21 

Cash on hand 8,068 66 

Total $372,210 84 



LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in $50,000 00 

Due depositors 291,782 29 

Surplus fund reserved 15,000 00 

Other surplus 7,989 00 

Interest due depositors August 1, 1901 3,559 59 

State and municipal taxes 993 62 

Semi-annual dividend .• 1,500 00 

Salaries 950 00 

Unpaid expenses 436 34 

Total $372,210 84 

Whole number of depositors, June 30. 1901, 1,169. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 1,083. 

Total of their deposits $271,524 93 

Number of depositors non-resident, 86. 

Total of their deposits 20,257 86 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, In each case, 

$64,772. 
Number of such depositors, 33. 

Total deposits $291,782 29 

DIVIDENDS. 

February 1, 1901, 3 per cent on stock $1, 500 00 

August 1, 1901, 3 per cent on stock 1,500 00 

February 1, 1901, 1% per cent on deposits 3,270 56 

August 1, 1901, 1% per cent on deposits 3, 559 59 

Total dividends for the year $9, 830 15 

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EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary and assistance $1 , 000 00 

State taxes paid 1,843 42 

All other expenses for the year 1 , 437 29 

Total expenses for the year $5, 180 71 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Par Book 

Description. cent value. value. 

Town of Uichford, Vermont 4 $17, (KK) 00 $17,000 00 

Village of Rlchford, Vermont 4 20,000 00 20,000 00 

$37,000 00 $37,000 00 

OFFICERS. 

E. H. Powell, President; H. E. Rustedt, Vice-President. 

Auditors — Directors. 

Finance Committee — B. H. Powell, D. Moren, H. B. Rustedt. 

Directors— E. H. Powell, D. Moren. S. Boright, R. Smith, H. E. 
Rustedt, S. C. Carpenter, L. C. Leavens. 

Treasurer's bond, $16,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing Is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Rlchford Savings Bank and Trust Company at the close of 
business on the 30th day of June, 1901, according to my best knowledge 
and belief. 

L. C. LEAVENS, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Rlchford, Vermont, this 8th day of 
July, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, 

D. W. CARPENTER, Justice of the Peace. 



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THE RUTLAND SAVINGS BANK, RUTLAND. 
June 30, 1901. 

RESOUBCES. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $407, 506 98 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 1, 881, 518 51 

Loans on personal security 22, 780 06 

Loans on deposit books 3, 930 <X) 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 26, 980 36 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 4, 519 02 

Loans on other collateral security 4, 530 54 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts. 500 00 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 1,045, 500 00 

Real estate for banking purposes 35,000 00 

Real estate by foreclosure 27, 725 08 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

Baxter National, Rutland, Vermont 10,000 00 

Middlebury National, Mlddlebury, Vermont 600 00 

Killington National, Rutland, Vermont 5,300 00 

Rutland County National, Rutland, Vermont 17,500 00 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Warrants : 24,287 16 

Premium on bonds 7,000 00 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, viz. : 

National Park Bank, New York 112,679 42 

Baxter National Bank, Rutland 16,911 07 

Rutland County National Bank, Rutland 19, 148 77 

Merchants National Bank, Rutland 1,425 68 

Cash on hand 37,354 92 

Total $3,712,697 57 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors $3,572, 110 89 

Surplus fund reserved 140,000 00 

Interest 586 68 

Total $3,712,697 57 

Whole number of depositors, June 30. 1901, 11.467. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 10,544. 

Total of their deposits $3,164,368 93 

Number of depositors non-resident, 923. 

Total of their deposits 407, 741 96 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$509,804.08. 
Number of such depositors, 276. 



Total deposits $3,572, 110 89 

DITIDENDS. 

January 1, 1901, 1% per cent $58,630 25 

July 1, 1901, 1% per cent 59,290 10 

Total dividends for the year $117, 920 35 

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EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary |2,000 00 

Other salaries 4,907 08 

State taxes paid 24,270 45 

All other expenses for the year 7, 198 86 

Total expenses for the year $38, 377 29 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per 

Description. cent Par yalue. 
Bonds: 

Ada. Ohio 6 $4,000 00 

Argos, Indiana • 6 6,500 00 

Antwerp, Ohio 6 11,500 00 

Arkansas City, Kansas . 10,000 00 

Andover, Massachusetts 3M> 13.000 00 

Anderson County, Kansas 5 6,000 00 

Attleborough, Massachusetts 3^ 20,000 00 

Brookfleld, Missouri 6 15,000 00 

Bellefontalne, Ohio 6 25,000 00 

Brandon, Vermont 4 9,000 00 

Bowling Green, Ohio 6 3,000 00 

Belle Centre, Ohio 6 2,500 00 

Burlington, Iowa 5 5,000 00 

Benton Harbor, Michigan 6 18,000 00 

Becker County, Minnesota 6 8,000 00 

Boston, Massachusetts 6 13,000 00 

Clay County, Minnesota 7 40000 

Cambridge, Ohio 6 10,000 00 

Council Bluffs, Iowa 6 2,500 00 

Custar, Ohio 6 3,500 00 

Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 6 5,500 00 

Circlevllle, Ohio 6 14,000 00 

Coshocton, Ohio 6 12,000 00 

Cairo, Illinois 6 11,000 00 

Carpollton, Ohio 6 1,000 00 

Dennlson, Ohio 6 4,000 00 

Dedham, Massachusetts 4 30,000 00 

Franklin County, Ohio 6 15,000 00 

Genoa, Ohio 6 5,000 00 

Gallon, Ohio 6 10,000 00 

Indianapolis, Indiana 4 40.000 00 

Jersey City, New Jersey 4&5 72,000 00 

Jefferson County, Washington 6 1,600 00 

King County, Washington 6 10,000 00 

Kent, Ohio 6 25,000 OO 

Kansas City, Missouri 4% 7,000 00 

Lincoln, Nebraska 6 25,000 00 

Latty, Ohio 6 5,000 «X> 

Lesueur County, Minnesota 6 5, 500 00 

Little FaUs, Minnesota 5% 5,000 00 

Laurens, Iowa 6 4,500 00 

Lake Mills, Iowa 6 4,400 00 

Lawrence, Massachusetts 3^ & 4 60,500 00 

Marion, Indiana 6 500 00 

Madison, Wisconsin 6 1,000 00 

Moorhead, Minnesota 7 2,000 00 

Morris County, Kansas 6 1,000 00 

Morrison County, Minnesota 5 5,000 00 



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Rate per 

Description. cent. Par value. 

Mattemoras, Ohio 6 $4,000 00 

Martin's Ferry, Ohio 5 13,000 00 

Mlamisburg, Ohio 5 20,000 00 

Maiden, Massachusetts 3% 14,000 00 

Norway, Michigan 7 9,100 00 

North Baltimore, Ohio 6 6,000 00 

New Philadelphia, Ohio 6 10,000 00 

New Bedford. Massachusetts 3% 50,000 00 

New Britain, Connecticut S^ 27,000 00 

Plain City, Ohio 6 14,500 00 

Pierce County, Washington 4^ 20,000 00 

Portland, Indiana 6 1,000 00 

Paulding, Ohio 6 6,000 00 

Rice County, Kansas 6 23,000 00 

Recovery, Ohio 6 2,000 00 

Sanitary District, Chicago, Illinois 5 20,00000 

St Mary's, Ohio 6 6,000 00 

Sallneville, Ohio 6 37,000 00 

Sioux City, Iowa 6 43,000 00 

Shelby, Michigan 5 10,000 00 

Toledo, Ohio 4% 50,000 00 

Taunton, Massachusetts 4 43,000 00 

Urbana, Ohio 4% 15,000 00 

Ulrichsville, Ohio 6 13,500 00 

Wellston. Ohio 6 4,000 00 

Woonsocket, Rhode Island 4 16,000 00 

Total par value 

Premium carried on book 

Total book value 

Warrants: 

Lewis County, Washington 8 

New Whatcomb, Washington 8 

Snohomish County, Washington 8 

Spok«Lne County, Washington 8 

Tacoma, Washington 10 

Thurston County, Washington 8 

Whatcomb County, Washington 8 

$24,287 16 

OFFICERS. 

Wayne Bailey, President; H. O. Carpenter, Vice-President 

Auditors— Fred A. Field. F. H. Farrlngton, H. O. Carpenter. 

Investing Committee — Trustees. 

Trustees — ^Wayne Bailey, H. O. Carpenter, B. C. Tuttle, H. H. 
Brown, Fred A. Field, Edward Dana, T. J. Lyon, F. H. Farrlngton, 
D. P. PealK)dy. 

Treasurer's bond, $80,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Rutland Savings Bank at the close of business on the dOth 
day of June, 1901, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

CHARLES A. SIMPSON, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Rutland, Vermont, this 8th day of July» 
A. D. 1901. 

Before me, LOUIS E. CAMPBELL, Notary Public. 

6 



$1,045,500 00 
7,000 00 


$1,052,500 00 

$895 48 
520 40 
5,393 00 
1,914 04 
1,061 15 
2,186 77 
12,316 32 



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THE RUTLAND TRUST COMPANY, RUTLAND. 
June 30, 1901. 

resources. 

Loans on real estate In Vermont $221, 699 93 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 118,200 74 

Loans on personal security 14,029 33 

Loans on deposit books 1,094 G2 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 900 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 7,389 85 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 73 GO 

United States bonds 1,500 00 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 23,000 00 

Real estate by foreclosure 17, 1G4 93 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

KlUington National Bank 14,000 00 

Miscellaneous assets: 

F. R. Patch Mfg. Company first mortgage bonds 5,000 00 

Vermont Marble Company first mortgage bonds 8,000 00 

Columbian Marble Company first mortgage bonds 19,000 00 

Cash on deposit in National Bank, viz.: 

KllUngton National Bank 64,703 U 

Total $516,356 14 

LIARILITIES. 

Capital paid In $50,000 00 

Due depositors 421,590 05 

Surplus fund reserved 15,000 00 

Interest 29, 766 09 

Total $516,356 14 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901. 1.047. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 962. 

Total of their deposits $384,399 28 

Number of depositors non-resident, 85. 

Total of their deposits 37, 190 77 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$96,486.51. 
Number of such depositors, 35. 



Total deposits $421 , 590 (»5 



DIVIDENDS. 



January 1, 1901, 3 per cent on stock $1, 500 OO 

July 1, 1901, 3 per cent on stock 1 , 500 OO 

August 1, 1900, 1% per cent on dex>osit8 O, G05 61 

February 1, 1901, 1% per cent on deposits 6, 357 6S 

Total dividends for the year $lS,OG3 2& 

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EXPENSES. 

Help and office room furnished by Killington National 
Bank. 

State taxes paid $2,545 84 

All other expenses for the year 1, 600 51 



Total expenses for the year $4, 155 35 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Par Book 

Description. cent. value. value. 

146 shares Killington National Bank 6 $14,600 00 $14,600 00 

Municipal bonds: 

City of New Bedford, Mass 3^ $10,000 00 $10,000 00 

City of Lawrence, Mass SVj 5,000 00 5,000 00 

City of Boston, Mass 3i/^ 6,000 00 6, 00 J 00 

City of Boston, Mass 4 2,000 00 2,000 00 

$23,000 00 $23,000 00 

OFFICEBS. 

Justin Batchelder, President; George T. ChaflCee, Vice-President. 

Auditors and Investing Committee — Board of Directors. 

Directors — Justin Batchelder, Horace H. Dyer, E. P. Gilson, George 
T. Chaffee, M. J. Francisco, N. K. Chaffee, George Briggs. 

Treasurer's bond, $18,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Rutland Trust Company of Rutland, Vermont, at the close 
of business on the 30th day of June, 1901, according to my best knowl- 
edge and belief. 

GEO. K. MONTGOMERY, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Rutland, Vermont, this 1st day of 
July, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, FRED C. SPENCER, Notary Public. 



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THE SPRINGFIELD SAVINGS BANK, SPRINGFIELD. 
June 30; 1901. 

resources. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $139,065 15 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 489, 768 31 

Loans on personal security 92, 309 68 

Loans on deposit books 2,680 00 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 9,628 33 

Loans on other collateral security 18,659 61 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 320,700 00 

Real estate 2,450 00 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

138 shares First National Bank, Springfield, Vermont... 13,800 00 

50 shares First National Bank, Mlnden, Nebraska 5,000 00 

50 shares National Bank, White River Junction, Vermont. 5,000 00 

15 shares Atlantic National Bank, Boston, Mass 1,500 00 

23 shares Merchants' National Bank, Boston, Mass 2,300 00 

100 shares St Paul National Bank, St. Paul, Minn 10,000 00 

Cash on deposit: 

J. W. Howland, agent 6,804 10 

E. A. Thayer, agent, Minneapolis, Minn 5,224 00 

State Savings Bank, Ionia, Michigan 5,000 00 

First National Bank, Springfield, Vermont 21,001 46 

National Bank of Oommon wealth, Boston 20,084 48 

Cash on hand 3,026 24 

Total $1,173,991 3G 



LIARILITIES. 

Due depositors $1,068,657 60 

Surplus fund reserved 58,]>43 00 

Other surplus 46, 175 12 

Due C. B. Wardle, agent 215 64 

Total $1,173,991 36 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901, 3.165. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 2,711. 

Total of their deposits $880,281 40 

Number of depositors non-resident, 454. 

Total of their deposits 188,376 20 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$148,217.18. 
Number of such depositors, 82. 

Total deposits $1,068,657 60 



DIVIDENDS. 

January 1. 1901, 1% per cent $17, 154 34 

July 1, 1901, 1% per cent 17,564 85 

Total dividends for the year $34, 719 1^ 

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EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $2,500 00 

Other salaries 213 00 

State taxes paid 7, 357 93 

All other expenses for the year 1, 194 41 

Total expenses for the year $11 , 2G5 34 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Par and 

Description. cent. book value. 

Belmond, Iowa, bonds 4 $7,500 00 

Big Rapids, Michigan, bonds 5 9.000 00 

Bloomfleld, Iowa, bonds 5 2,000 00 

Charles City, Iowa, bonds 4 25,000 00 

Clear Lake, Iowa, bonds 4 6,000 DO 

Columbiana, Ohio, bonds 5 5,000 00 

Dennison, Iowa, bonds 4 22,000 00 

Des Moines, Iowa, bonds 4 8,000 00 

East Liverpool, Ohio, bonds 5 5,000 00 

Fort Dodge, Iowa, bonds 5 5,000 UO 

Postorla, Ohio, bonds 5 13,000 00 

Garner, Iowa, bonds 4 9,000 00 

Humlwldt, Iowa, bonds 5Va 8,000 00 

Humboldt, Iowa, warrants 6 4,800 00 

Hastings, Nebraska, bonds 6 4,000 00 

Iron River, Wisconsin, bonds 6 3,600 00 

Lincoln, Nebraska, bonds 4V^ 14,000 00 

Lake View, Iowa, bonds 4 4,000 00 

Macedonia, Iowa, bonds 4 2,500 00 

North Milwaukee, Wisconsin, bonds 4 5,800 00 

Newberry, Michigan, bonds 5 8,000 00 

Ontonagon, Michigan, bonds 5 8, 000 00 

Oelwein, Iowa, bonds 4 6.000 00 

Pana, Illinois, bonds 6 2,000 00 

Sheldon. Iowa, bonds 5 6,000 00 

Sioux City, Iowa, bonds 4 23.000 00 

Springfield, Vermont, town note 5 1 .000 00 

Springfield, Vermont, bonds 4 29.000 00 

Sterling, Illinois, bonds 5 13,000 00 

Stockton, New Jersey, bonds 5 13,000 00 

Tacoma, Washington, bonds 5 10,000 00 

Umatilla, Oregon, bonds 6 7,000 00 

Vandalia, Illinois, bonds 5 2,500 00 

Washburn, Wisconsin, bonds 6 10,000 00 

Wilmington, Ohio, bonds 5 4, 000 00 

Winterset, Iowa, bonds 4 5,000 00 

Wyandotte, Michigan, bonds 5 10,000 <X) 



$320,700 00 



OFFICERS. 



A. M. Allbe, President; R. G. Britton, Vice-President. 

Auditors— A. M. Allbe. R. G. Britton, Fred G. Field. 

Investing Committee — A. M. Allbe, R. G. Britton, C. A. Forbush. 
Miles Smith, Henry H. Fletcher. 

Trustees— A. M. Allbe, R. G. Britton, C. A. Forbush, C. F. Aldrich, 
Miles Smith, F. G. Field, H. H. Fletcher. Samuel Brown. William 
Smith. 

Treasurer's bond, $30,000. 



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I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Springfield Savings Bank, Springfield, Vermont, at the 
close of business on the 30th day of June, 1901, according to my best 
knowledge and belief. 

C. A. FORBUSH. Treasurer. 
Subscribed and sworn to, at Springfield, Vermont, this 5th day of 
July, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, WILLIAM SMITH, Notary Public. 



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THE STATE TRUST COMPANY, RUTLAND. 
June 30, 1901. 

besources. 

UoLUB on real estate In Vermont $30, 100 00 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 45,800 00 

Loans on personal security 27,512 50 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 900 00 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

90 shares Clement National Bank, Rutland 12,60000 

20 shares Baxter National Bank, Rutland 2,000 00 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Profit and loss 15,533 71 

Cash on deposit in N&tk)nal Banks, viz.: 

Clement National Bank, Rutland 02,044 00 

Total $196,490 30 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in $100,000 00 

Due depositors 96,290 30 

United States internal revenue special tax 200 00 

Total $196,490 30 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901, 226. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 208. 

Total of their deposits $84,109 27 

Number of depositors non-resident, 18. 

Total of their deposits 12,181 03 

Amonnt of deposits not exceeding $250, in each case, 

111.553.03. 
Number of such depositors, 118. 
Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

e5,361.73. 
Number of such depositors, 14. 

Total deposits $96,290 30 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1901, 3 per cent on stock $3,000 00 

August 1, 1900, 1% per cent on deposits 1,639 19 

February 1, 1901, 1% per cent on deposits 1, 612 95 

Total dividends for the year $6,252 14 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $407 85 

Other salaries 491 13 

State taxes paid 697 55 

All other expenses for the year 859 02 

Total expenses for the year $2,456 45 

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LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Market Par Book 

Description. value. value. value. 

90 shares Clement National 

Bank $L5,750 00 $9,000 00 $12,600 

20 shares Baxter National Bank 2,40000 2,00000 2.0000 



OFFICERS. 

Percival W. Clement, President; John A. Mead, Vice-President. 
Auditoi^-N. P. Kingsley. 

Investing Committee — P. W. Clement, J.. A. Mead. 
Directors— P. W. Clement, John A. Mead, N. P. Kingsley, W. C 
Clement, Henry W. Clement. 
Treasurer's bond. $16,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the cor 
ditlon of the State Trust Company at the close of business on the 30t 
day of June, 1901, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

O. F. HARRISON, Treasurer. 
Subscribed and sworn to, at Rutland, Vermont, this 6th day o 
July, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, 

CHARLES H. HARRISON, Notary Public. 




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THE UNION SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, 
MORRISVILLE. 

June 30, 1901. 

resoubce&. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $113, 512 76 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 247, 240 00 

Loans on personal security 92, 197 05 

Loans on deposit books 8,090 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 21, 647 84 

Loans on other collateral security 4, 290 45 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 30,363 54 

Real estate for banking purposes 2, 500 00 

Bank stock owned« viz.: 

Lamoille County National Bank, Hyde Park, Vermont. . 3,450 00 
Franklin County Savings Bank and Trust Company, St. 

Albans, Vermont 2,000 00 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, viz. : 

Chase National Bank, New York 4,959 65 

Albany City National Bank, Albany, N. Y 10,472 21 

International Trust Company, Boston, Mass 6,816 71 

Cash on hand 6, 122 49 

Total $553,662 70 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in $50,000 00 

Due depositors 466,500 14 

Other surplus 26,001 85 

Treasurer's checks 1 , 160 71 

Bills payable 10,000 00 

Total $553,662 70 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901, 1,864. 
Number of depositors resident in this State. 1,791. 

Total of their deposits $438,031 14 

Number of depositors non-resident, 73. 

Total of their deposits 28,469 00 

Amount of deposits not exceeding $250, in each case, 

$82,805.14. 
Number of such depositors, 1,327. 
Amount of deposits exceeding $1,.500. in each case, 

$57,775.55. 
Number of such depositors, 24. 



Total deposits $466,500 14 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1901, 1% per cent on deposits $5,470 38 

July 1, 1901, 1% per cent on deposits 5, 443 46 

January 1, 1901, 3 per cent on stock 1, 500 00 

July 1, 1901, 3 per cent on stock 1, 500 00 

Total dividends for the year $13,913 84 

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EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary and clerks 

Other salaries 

State taxes paid 

All other expenses for the year 

Total expenses for the year 



$2,400 ( 

765 ( 

3,289 ( 

1,141 1 



$7,595 i 



OFFICERS. 

George W. Hendee, President; Charles H. Stearns, Vlce-Presider 
Auditors— C. H. Slocum, H. A. Slayton, C. B. Wetherby. 
Investing Committee — George W. Hendee, C. H. Slocum, H. I 
Rich. 

Directors— G. W. Hendee, C. H. Stearns. H. H. Powers, H. . 
Slayton, C. R. Churchill, C. A. Rich, C. B. Wetherby, C. H. Slocu 
H. M. Rich. 

Treasurer's bond, $20,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the eo 
dition of the Union Savings Bank and Trust Company at the close 
business on the 30th day of June, 1901, according to my best knowled 
and belief. 

H. M. RICH, Treasurer. 
Subscribed and sworn to, at Morristown, Vermont, this 6th d: 
of July, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, 

CHARLES A. RICH, Notary Public. 




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THE VERMONT SAVINGS BANK, BRATTLEBORO. 
June 30, 1901. 

besoubces. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $436,080 00 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 1 , 406, 725 00 

Loans on personal security 58, 172 33 

Loans on deposit books 2, 500 00 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 1,060 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 18,970 00 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 1,370,853 20 

Real estate for banking purposes 10,000 00 

Real estate by foreclosure 19,600 00 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 

Peoples National Bank, Brattleboro, Vermont 78,098 30 

Vermont National Bank, Brattleboro, Vermont 74,235 30 

Cash on hand 16,654 57 

Total $3,493,838 70 



LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors $3, 185,774 13 

Surplus fund reserved 158,000 UO 

Other surplus * 150,000 00 

Interest 64 57 

Total $3,493,838 70 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901, 7,451. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 5,362. 

Total of their deposits $2,087,349 75 

Number of depositors non-resident, 2,089. 

Total of their deposits 1,098,424 38 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$722,586.69. 
Number of such depositors, 400. 



Total deposits $3, 185, 774 13 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1901, 1% per cent $53,241 41 

July 1, 1901, 1% per cent 53,337 75 

Total dividends for the year $106,579 16 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $2, 800 00 

Other salaries 5,200 00 

State taxes paid 23,751 20 

All other expenses for the year 1, 537 22 

Total expenses for the year $33, 288 42 

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LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per 
Description. cent. 

Jersey City, New Jersey 7 

Jersey City, New Jersey 5 

Jersey City, New Jersey 4% 

Onialii city, Nebraska 6 

Omalia city, Nebraska 5 

Morris County, Kansas 6 

Bourbon County, Kansas 6 

Eldorado city, Kansas 6 

Jefferson County, Illinois 5 

Anderson County, Kansas 5 

Delaware County, Indiana 5 

Circleville city, Indiana 6 

Muncie city, Indiana 5 

Kansas City, Kansas 5 

Kansas City, Kansas 6 

Kansas City, Kansas 4^ 

Council Bluffs city, Iowa 6 

Rice County, Kansas 6 

Galesburg city, Illinois 5 

Morrison County, Minnesota 5 

Huntington city, Indiana 6 

Gallon city, Ohio 6 

Franklin County, Ohio 6 

Sioux City, Iowa 6 

Duluth city, Minnesota 5 

Duluth city, Minnesota 4 

Duluth city, Minnesota 4\^ 

Marion city, Indiana 6 

Hammond city, Indiana G 

Cook County, Illinois 4 

Circleville city, Ohio 6 

Findlay city, Ohio 6 

Clinton city, Iowa 6 

Urbana city, Ohio 4^ 

Ashland city, Wisconsin 4 

Fostoria city, Ohio 6 

Rensselaer city, Indiana 6 

Chicacjo sanitary district, Illinois 5 

Chicago sanitary district, Illinois 4 

Martin County, Indiana 6 

Niles city, Ohio 6 

Stark County, Ohio 5 

Portland city, Indiana. . .* 6 

Tacoma city, Washington 5 

Anderson city, Indiana 6 

Decatur city, Indiana 5 

Martins Ferry city, Ohio 5 

Kewauee city, Illinois 5 

Ramsey County, Minnesota 4% 

Knox County, Indiana 6 

Sullivan County, Indiana 6 

O'Brien County, Iowa 4 

Rhinelander city, Wisconsin 5 

Butler County, Ohio 4^> 

Webster County, Iowa 4 ' 

Hutchinson city, Kansas 6 

Hobart township, Indiana 5 

Cheboygan County, Michigan 4V2 



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Rate per Par and 

Description. cent. book value. 

Topeka city, Kansas 4^5 $19,000 00 

Maltoon city, lUinois 4 10,000 00 

Boston city, Massachusetts S^ 50.000 00 

Seattle school district No. 1, Washington 5 30,000 00 

Toledo city, Ohio 3^2 35,000 00 

Total $1,370,853 20 

OFFICERS. 

Frederick Holbrook, President; William S. Newton, Vice-President. 

Auditors — D. D. Dickinson, F. Goodhue, George E. Green." 

Investing Committee— F. Holbrook, A. Whithed, D. S. Pratt, F. 
Goodhue, N. F. Cabot. 

Trustees — F. Holbrook, A. Whithed, D. D. Dickinson, F. Goodhue, 
D. S. Pratt, G. B. Green, N. F. Cabot, W. S. Newton, D. Davis, G. A. 
Boyden, C. H. Pratt. 

Treasurer's bond, $75,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Vermont Savings Bank at the close of business on the 
30th day of June, 1901, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

N. F. CABOT, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Brattleboro, Vermont, this 8th day of 
July, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, C. H. PRATT, Notary Public. 



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THE WELLS RIVER SAVINGS BANK, WELLS RIVER. 
June 30, 1901. 

besoubces. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $96, 234 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 157, 764 

Loans on personal security 53,339 

Loans on deposit books 2,300 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 6,500 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 2,370 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 4,500 

United States bonds 0.000 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 69,696 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

123 shares National Bank of Newbury, Wells River, Vt. 12,300 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Premium account : 6,000 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 

National Bank of Newbury 33,236 

Total $450,240 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors $441,434 

Surplus fund reserved 5, IOC 

Interest 3, 70C 

Total $450. 24C 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901, 1,534. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 1,090. 

Total of their deposits $305,67^ 

Number of depositors non-resident, 444. 

Total of their deposits 135, 761 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500. in each case, 

$35,495.61. 
Number of such depositors, 19. 

Total deposits $441,43^ 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1901, 1% per cent $6.0^ 

July 1, 1901, 1% per cent 7,0» 

Total dividends for the year $13, T9 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $78 

Other salaries .- 30 

State taxes paid 2 , (56 

All other expenses for the year 52 

Total expenses for the year W , 27 



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LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per 

Description. cent 

Iron Mountain, Mich.. 6 

Portage, Mich 4^4 

EvansYille, Indiana 4V2 

Indianapolis, Indiana. . G 

Pierce CJo., Wasli 6 

Pierce Co., Wash 4^2 

Yankton Co., S. D 4 

Portland, Iowa 4 

Aurelia, Iowa 4V^ 

Monmouth, 111 6 

Warrants: 

Whatcomb Co., Wash. 8 

Whatcomb Co., Wash. 8 

Snohomish Co., Wash.. 8 

Snohomish Co., Wash.. 8 

Union Co., Oregon .... 8 

Union Co., Oregon 8 

Union Co., Oregon 8 

Lewis Co., Wash 8 

Lewis Co., W^ash 8 

Skagit Co., Wash 8 

Snohomish Co., Wash. 8 



United States bonds: 

4 per cent of 1807 4 

3 per cent of 1906-1918 3 



123 shares National 
Bank of Newbury- 
Wells River, Vt 



Market 


Par 


Book 


value. 


value. 


value. 


$5,523 50 


$5,000 00 


$5,000 00 


5,419 00 


5,000 00 


5,000 00 


3,127 50 


3,000 00 


3,000 00 


631 09 


631 09 


031 09 


12,012 00 


10,000 00 


10,000 00 


21,374 00 


20,000 00 


20,000 00 


5,000 00 


5,000 00 


5.000 00 


2,500 00 


2,500 00 


2.500 00 


3,800 00 


3.800 00 


3,800 00 


7.872 20 


7,000 00 


7,000 00 


304 85 


394 85 


394 85 


708 62 


708 62 


708 62 


332 38 


332 38 


332 38 


946 50 


946 50 


946 50 


509 20 


509 20 


509 20 


1,435 25 


1,435 25 


1,435 25 


793 43 


793 43 


793 43 


288 54 


288 54 


288 54 


359 65 


359 65 


359 65 


1,515 49 


1,515 49 


1,515 49 


481 18 


481 18 


481 18 


$75,024 38 


$69,696 18 


$69,696 18 


4,520 00 


4,000 00 


4,000 00 


2.180 00 


2,000 00 
$6,000 00 


2,000 00 


$6,700 00 


$6,000 00 


14,760 00 


12,300 00 


12,300 00 



OFFICERS. 



John Bailey, President; D. 
Presidents. 



S. Fulton and J. R. Darling. Vice- 



Auditors— E. W. Smith, D. S. Fulton. 

Investing Committee — John Bailey, D. S. Fulton, J. R. Darling, 
F. Demlng, E. Baldwin, A. Cochran. 

Trustees— John Bailey, D. S. Fulton, J. R. Darling, E. W. Smith, 
George Cochran, Ora Bishop. F. E. Kimball. 

Treasurer's bond, $16,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Wells River Savings Bank, Wells River, Vermont, at the 
close of business on the 30th day of June, 1901, according to my best 
knowledge and belief. 

SAMUEL HUTCHINS, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Wells River, Vermont, this 12th day 
of July, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, W. T. CARLTON, Notary Public. 



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THE WHITE RIVER SAVINGS BANK, WHITE RIVER JUNCTION. 

June 30, 1901. 

resources. 

Loans on real estate In Vermont $66,060 75 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 146,665 00 

Loans on personal security 11,042 96 

Loans on deposit books 1,060 00 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 13, 100 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 5,969 00 

Loans on other collateral security 6, 725 00 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 8,998 37 

Stat^, county, city, town and school bonds 166,906 10 

Real estate by foreclosure 15, 807 40 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

National Bank of White River Junction, Vermont 500 00 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Safes, furniture and fixtures 700 00 

Premium on bonds 1,400 00 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 

Chase National Bank, New York city G,875 G6 

Shoe and Leather National Bank, Boston 20,499 37 

National Bank of White River Junction 12,666 70 

Cash on hand 2,986 77 

Total $487,963 08 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors $477, 545 19 

Surplus fund reserved 8, 590 34 

Other surplus 1,817 55 

Total $487,953 OS 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901, 1.786. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 1,254. 

Total of their deposits 317. 323 56 

Number of depositors non-resident, 532. 

Total of their deposits 160,221 63 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$66,482.97. 
Number of such depositors. 36. 



Total deposits $477,545 19 



DIVIDENDS. 



January 1, 1901, 1% per cent $7. 587 34 

July 1, 1901, 1% per cent 7, 856 22 

Total dividends for the year $15,443 56 

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EXPEITSES 

Treasurer's salary * $1,350 00 

Other salaries 187 22 

State taxes paid 3,012 20 

All other expenses for the year 1,090 61 

Total expenses for the year $5, 640 03 



LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Market Par 

Description. cent. value. value. 

White County, Ind. . . . 6 $3,000 00 

Hot Springs, S. D 6 5,000 00 

ScottviUe, Mich 6 • 5,000 00 

Pipestone. Minn 6 5,000 00 

Gibson, 111 6 2,000 00 

Benton, 111 6 2,000 00 

Tacoma, Wash 6 3,00000 

Coggon, Iowa 6 5,600 00 

Marne, Iowa 6 2, 100 00 

Marshfield, Ore 6 3, 500 00 

Fonda, Iowa 6 2,000 00 

Ravenna, Ohio 6 6,00000 

Hartford City, Ind 6 1,006 10 

Gladstone, Mich 6 4, 500 00 

JefiTerson Co., Wash... 6 2,000 00 

Washington, Ind 6 500 00 

Moorhead, Minn 6 10, 000 00 

Seattle, Wash 5 5,000 00 

Tacoma, Wash 5 34,000 00 

Columbus June. Iowa. 5 3,000 00 

Houston, Minn 5 1,500 00 

Maumee, Ohio 5 3,000 00 

Guttenberg, Iowa 5 5,000 00 

Clyde, Ohio 5 5,000 00 

Rochester, Mich 5 5,000 00 

Ontonagon, Mich 5 10,000 00 

Superior, Wis 5 11,000 00 

Chesaning, Mich 5 500 00 

Warren, Minn aVj 3,000 00 

Duncombe, Iowa 4% 2,800 00 

Pierce Co., Wash 4V2 10, 000 00 

Arlington, Iowa 4 3,50000 

Kirltman, Iowa. 5 2,400 00 

$178,906 10 $166,906 10 
Loans to counties 
and towns, etc. : 
Whatcomb County, 

Washington, warrants 8 $1,957 63 
Stockton, New York, 

warrants 6 470 74 

Sparta, New York, war- 
rants 6 160 00 

Cuba, New York, war- 
rants 6 310 00 

Liberty, New York, 

warrants 6 6, 100 00 



Book 
value. 



$168,306 10 



$8,998 37 



$8,998 37 



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Rate per Market 
Description. cent. value. 


Par 

value. 


Book 
value. 


Bank stock: 
5 shares National Bank, 
White River Junc- 
tion, Vermont 6 $600 00 


1500 00 


$500 OC 


OFFICERS. 







Samuel B. Pingree, President; Henry H. Hanchett, Vice-President 

Auditors — David A. Perrin, Wm. C. Renehan, Joseph W. Lelghton. 

Investing Committee — Samuel E. Pingree, Henry H. Hanchett 
Charles B. Stone. 

Trustees— Samuel E. Pingree, Henry H. Hanchett, Charles B. Stone, 
Joseph W. Leighton, Alfred E. Watson, David A. Perrin, Wm. C. Rene- 
han. 

Treasurer's bond, $16,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the White River Savings Bank, White River Junction, Ver- 
mont, at the close of business on the 90th day of June, 1901, according 
to my best knowledge and belief. 

ALFRED E. WATSON, Treasurer. 
Subscribed and sworn to, at Hartford, Vermont, this 2d day of July, 
A. D. 1901. 

Before me, GEORGE H. WATSON. Notary Public. 



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THE WILMINGTON SAVINGS BANK, WILMINGTON. 
June 30, 1901. 

BESOUItCES. 

Loans on real estate In Vermont $99, 424 10 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 231, 802 00 

Loans on personal security 104, 796 18 

Loans on deposit books 7,391 72 

Loans with mortgages as collatei*al 5, 148 50 

Loans on other collateral security : 14,612 70 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 9, 589 01 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 124,367 77 

Real estate for banking purposes 2, 900 00 

Cash on deposit in National Bank, viz.: 

Peoples National Bank, Brattleboro 29, 797 57 

Cash on hand 4,356 96 

Total $634, 186 51 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors, savings ' $562,897 22 

Due depositors, subject to check 23, 541 22 

Surplus fund reserved 20,200 4X) 

Other surplus 27, 548 07 

Total $634 , 186 51 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901, 1,813. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 1,689. 

Total of their deposits $526, 164 06 

Number of depositors non-resident, 124. 

Total of their deposits 60,274 36 

Amount of deposits not exceeding $250, in each case, 

$78,047.70. 
Number of such depositors, 1.097. 
Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$105,051.62. 
Number of such depositors, 52. 



Total deposits $586,438 44 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1901, 1-% per cent $9,424 31 

July 1. 1901, 1% per cent 9,419 39 

Total dividends for the year $18,843 "iO 

EXPENSES 

Treasurer's salary and other salaries $2, 617 00 

State taxes paid 4,221 30 

All other expenses for the year 1, 485 27 

Total expenses for the year $8, 323 57 j 

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LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per 

Description. cent. 
Bonds: 

New Hartford, Iowa 6 

Spokane County, Washington 

Indianapolis. Indiana t> 

Athenrj, Ohio « 

Superior, Wisconsin 5 

Washington warrants 8 

Pierce County, Washington 

Hometftead, Iowa 5 4-10 

North Baltimore. Ohio 

Seattle, Washington 5 

Massachusetts State 3% 

Bluffton, Indiana (> 

Gas City, Indiana : 6 

Marion County, Kansas (J 

Lawrence County, Indiana 

Wichita, Kansas 5 

Ontonagon, Michigan 5 

Kansas City. Kansas 

$124,367 77 $124,367 77 

OFFICERS. 

Clark Chandler, President; Edward Titus, Vice-President 

Auditors— Clark Chandler, 0\ O. Ware, Edward Titus. 

Investing Committee — Edward Titus, M. L. Burr. C. M. Ware. 

Trustees— E. L. Fuller, Clark Chandler. .T. H. Kidder, M. L. Burr^ 
O. O. Ware. Edward Titus. C. D. Spencer, W. R. Faulkner, C. M. Ware. 
E. II. Porter, R. Q. Wilcox. 

Treasurer's bond, $20,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Wilmington Savings Bank at Wilmington, Vermont, at the 
close of business on the 30th day of June. 1901, according to my best 
knowledge and belief. 

J. H. GOULDING, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Wilmington, Vermont, this 10th day of 
July, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, CHARLES C. BARLOW, Notary Public. 



Par 


Book 


value. 


value. 


$2,000 do 


$2.000 00 


5,000 00 


5,000 00 


635 38 


635 38 


30,000 00 


30,000 00 


12,500 00 


12,500 00 


8,558 79 


8,558 79 


25,000 00 


25,000 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


8,000 00 


8,000 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 m 


6,000 00 


6,000 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


2,500 00 


2,500 00 


1,000 00 


1.000 00 


2,173 60 


2,173 00 


5,000 00 


5,000 00 


5,000 00 


5,000 00 


5,000 00 


5,000 DO 



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THE WINDHAM COUNTY SAVINGS BANK, NEWFANE: 
June 30, 1901. 

besoubces. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $60, 707 52 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 159, 533 00 

Loans on personal security 19, 255 87 

Loans on deposit books 1 , 129 'K) 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 1,944 37 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 150,351 44 

Real estate for banking puri)oses 3, 500 00 

Real estate by foreclosure 22,425 00 

Cash on deposit In National Bank, viz.: 

Vermont National Bank at Brattleboro 8, 015 37 

Cash on hand 4,370 20 

Total $431,231 77 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors '. . $406,395 40 

Surplus fund reserved 23, 736 93 

Other surplus 1,099 38 

Total $431,231 77 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901. 1,513. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 1,308. 

Total of their deposits $353, 021 18 

Number of depositors non-resident, 205. 

Total of their deposits 52,774 28 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500. in each case, 

$47,647.54. 
Number of such depositors, 25. 

Total deposits $406,395 46 



DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1901, 1% per cent $6,814 20 

July 1, 1901, 1% per cent 6,926 70 

Total dividends for the year $13, 740 90 



EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $800 00 

Other salaries 273 25 

State taxes paid 2, 756 30 

All other expenses for the year 1, 352 48 



Total expenses for the year $5, 182 03 

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LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Par and 

Description. cent. book value. 

City of Peoria, school 41/2 $6,000 00 

City of Stillwater, improvement 5 11,000 00 

City of Omaha, improvement 5 5,000 00 

City of Marinette, bridge 5 4.000 «X> 

City of West Bay, school 5 5,000 00 

City of Findlay, water 5 18,000 00 

City of Piqua, refunding 6 5,000 00 

City of Danville 4^^ 5,000 00 

City of Piano, school 6 4,000 00 

City of Hamilton, gas works 5 C,000 00 

City of Lincoln 6 3,000 00 

City of Tacoma, water and light 5 10,000 00 

City of Tacoma, funding 5 10,000 00 

County of Lucas, armory 4^2 5,000 00 

County of Vanderburg, court house 5 30,000 C*0 

County of Bay, bridge 5 5,000 00 

County of Holt, school 6 300 00 

C-ounty of Lawrence, road 5 11. 551 44 

-Town of Newfane, railroad 4^ 4,000 00 

Town of Athens, Ohio, refunding 6 2,500 OO 



$150,351 44 



OFFICERS. 



P. H. Rutter, President; B. C. Eager, Vice-President. 

Auditors— W. C. Halllday, H. H. Holbrook, J. M. Powers. 

Investing Committee — B. C. Eager, P. H. Rutter, E. B. Batchelder, 
F. A. DeWitt, J. M. Kenny. 

Trustees— P. H. Rutter, H. H. Holbrook, E. B. Batchelder, W. C. 
Halliday, B. C. Eager, J. M. Powers, F. A. DeWitt, G. B. Williams, 
J. H. Ware, T. M. Allbee, J. M. Kenny. 

Treasurer's bond, $18,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Windham County Savings Bank, located at Newfane, Ver- 
mont, at the close of business on the 30th day of June, 1901, according 
to my best knowledge and belief. 

F. A. DE WITT, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Newfane, Vermont, this 1st day of 
July, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, L. H. HIGGINS, Notary Public. 



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THE WINDSOR SAVINGS BANK, WINDSOR. 
June 30, 1901. 

B£SOUBC£8. 

Loans on real estate In Vermont $127,266 63 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 385,215 00 

Loans on personal security 51, 143 77 

Loans on deposit books 4,048 53 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 2,693 18 

Loans on other collateral security, bonds 600 00 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 22,320 37 

United States bonds 600 00 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 102,000 00 

Real estate for banking purposes 8,000 00 

Real estate by foreclosure ^ 24, 442 18 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

Freemans National, Boston, Massachusetts 800 00 

Woodstock National, Woodstock, Vermont 1,200 00 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Whatcomb County warrants 3, 957 31 

Revenue stamps .' 200 00 

Gash on deposit In National Banks, viz.: 

National Park Bank, New York 15,804 46 

National EJxchange Bank, Boston 24,024 52 

Cash on hand 16,869 64 

Total $791 , 185 59 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors $755,003 63 

Surplus fund reserved 31,700 00 

Other surplus 4,481 96 

Total $791 , 185 59 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901, 2,333. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 1,620. 

Total of their deposits $492,949 0? 

Number of depositors non-resident 713. 

Total of their deposits 262,054 61 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$126,086.34. 
Number of such depositors, 57. 



Total deposits $755,003 63 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1901, 1% per cent $11 ,091 43 

July 1, 1901, 1% per cent 11,433 31 

Total dividends for the year $22,524 74 

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EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $1,500 00 

Other salaries 600 00 

State taxes paid 4,964 64 

All other expenses for the year 749 58 



Total expenses for the year $7, 814 42 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Par and 

Description. cent. book value. 

Urbana, Ohio 5 $5,000 00 

Uennison, Ohio 6 4,000 00 

Huntington, Indiana 6 5,000 00 

Evansvllle, Indiana 5 8,000 00 

Springfield, Illinois 5 5,000 00 

Kankakee County, Illinois 5 5.000 00 

Evanston, Illinois 3V^ 2,500 00 

Tazewell County. Illinois 4 . 3.000 00 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa 3^ 5,000 00 

Clay County, Iowa 4 5,000 00 

Hawarden, Iowa 4 3, 500 00 

Calhoun County, Iowa 7 1,000 00 

Leavenworth County, Kansas 5 10,000 00 

Lincoln, Nebraska 6 5,000 00 

Tacoma, Washington 5 5,000 00 

State of New Hflmpshire 6 500 00 

City of Providence. R. 1 3 20,000 00 

Windsor Village, Vermont 4 10,000 00 

W^indsor Village, Vermont 5 3,000 00 

Third school district, Windsor, Vermont 4 500 00 



$102,000 00 



OFFICERS. 

H. P. McClary, President; C. D. Penniman, Vice-President 

Auditors^C. D. Penniman, E. W. Oakes, H. L. Williams. 

Investing Committee — H. P. McClary, Charles Stone, E. W. Oakes, 
S. R. Bryant, A. W. Harris. 

Trustees— H. P. McClary, C. D. Penniman, E. W. Oakes, Charles 
Stone, S. R. Brj'ant, H. L. Williams, A. W. Harris. 

Treasurer's bond, $24,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Windsor Savings Bank at the close of business on the 30th 
day of June, 1901, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

A. W. HARRIS, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Windsor, Vermont, this 1st day of July, 
A. D. 1901. 

Before me, GEORGE H. AUSTIN, Notary Public. 



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THE WINOOSKI SAVINGS BANK, WINOOSKI. 
June 30, 1901. 

besoubces. 

XiOaDs on real estate in Vermont $108,462 00 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 444, 750 Op 

Loans on personal security 5,410 00 

Loans on deposit books 6, 110 50 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 5,900 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral C, 460 00 

Loans on other collateral security 35 00 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 40,268 2T 

United States bonds 16,000 00 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 272,900 00 

Real estate for banking purposes 3, 535 93 

Bank stock owned 6, 620 00 

Cash on deposit in banks, viz.: 

Certificates of deposit 6,000 00 

With agents for Investment 1,099 42 

Howard National Bank, Burlington 46,852 25 

Merchants National Bank, Burlington 884 55 

Cash on hand 7, 263 20 

Total $973,551 12 

LIABIUTIES. 

Due depositors $922,032 80 

Surplus fund reserved 28,000 00 

Other surplus 23,518 32 

Total $973,551 12 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1901, 2,291. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 2,087. 

Total of their deposits $792,008 81 

Number of depositors non-resident, 204. 

Total of their deposits 130,023 99 

Amount of deposits not exceeding $250, in each case, 

$85,335.82. 
Number of such depositors. 1,376. 
Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case. 

$199,987.62. 
Number of such depositors, 105. 



Total deposits $922,032 80 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1901, 1% per cent $14,976 16 

July 1, 1901, 1% per cent 15,300 95 

Total dividends for the year $30,277 11 

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EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $1,500 00 

Other salaries 58C 50 

State license 50 00 

State taxes paid 6,047 54 

Inspector of Finance 33 38 

All other expenses for the year 284 90 



Total expenses for the year $8, 502 32 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Par and 

Description. cent. book value. 

Alexandria, Indiana 6 $10,000 00 

Alexandria, Indiana 6 11,500 00 

Argoe. Indiana 6 5,500 00 

Avalon, Missouri 4% 2,500 00 

Bellefontaine, Ohio 6 8,000 00 

Brighton, Iowa 4% 5,000 00 

Bode, Iowa 4% 3,300 00 

Buffalo, Iowa 4^ 3,350 00 

Churdan, Iowa 6 90000 

Correctionville, Iowa 4% 5,000 00 

Dayton, Iowa 4% 7,400 00 

Blwood, Indiana 6 5,000 00 

Emmettsburg, Iowa 4^4 20,000 00 

Everly, Iowa 4 4, 100 00 

Faribault, Minnesota 6 6,000 00 

Farmlngton, Iowa 4 9,000 00 

Greenfield, Indiana '. b^ 3.000 00 

Geneva, Indiana 6 2, 500 00 

Hamilton, Illinois 4% 10,000 00 

Hubbard, Iowa 5 4, 500 00 

Indianola, Iowa 4% 15,000 00 

Keswich, Iowa 4 5,000 00 

Lorain, Ohio 6 ' 6,000 00 

Monticello, Minnesota 6 6, 000 00 

Meeker, Minnesota 6 3, 250 00 

Ocheyedan, Iowa 6 1, 000 00 

Portland, Indiana 6 10,000 00 

Rochester, Indiana 6 5,000 00 

Sanborn, Iowa 5^^ 9, 800 00 

Summittsville, Indiana 6 4, 50C) 00 

Steams, Minnesota 6 400 'X) 

Swazee, Indiana 6 7, 200 00 

Shenandoah, Iowa 4 13, COO 00 

Tipton, Indiana 6 9, 500 00 

Vanburen, Indiana 6 2, 900 00 

Wright Minnesota 7 30O 00 

Winamac, Indiana 6 7,1X¥) 00 

White, Illinois 4% 20,000 00 

Winfleld. Iowa 4^ 6, 500 00 

Wlnooski, Vermont 5 14 , OOO 00 

$272,900 00 

United States bonds, 4 per cent of 1925 $15, OOO 00 

United States bonds, 4 per cent of 1907 1 , OOO 00 



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OFFICERS. 

S. H. Weston, President; J. B. Small and S. Bigwood, Vice-Presi- 
dents. 
j Auditors — S. Bigwood, C. H. Shipman, B. O. Mower. 

Investing Committee— S. H. Weston, J. B. Small, S. Bigwood, Or- 
' monde Cole. 

Trustees — S. H. Weston, J. B. Small. Samuel Bigwood, B. C. Mower, 
0. P. Bay, Ormonde Cole, C. H. Shipman. 
Treasurer's bond, $30,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Winooski Savings Banl^ at the close of business on the 
30th day of June, 1901, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

ORMONDE COLE, Treasurer. 
Subscribed and sworn to, at Winooski, Vermont, this 10th day of 
July, A. D. 1901. 

Before me, J. B. SMALL, Notary Public. 



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Miscellatieons StaiisHcs. 



Total number of depositors 

Number of resident depositors 

Number of non-resident depositors. .. 
Number of depositors who each have 

exceeding $1,500 on deposit 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500 

in each case 

Amount of deposits of residents of 

Vermont 

Amount of deposits of non-residents.. 
State taxes paid during year ending 

June 80, 1901 

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same year 

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JUNE 30, 1901. 



123,161 

107,695 

15,456 

3,460 

$7,358,444 53 

83,415,771 89 
6,769,544 66 

255,159 85 

201,918 79 

51,500 00 
1,224,210 47 

326 60 



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1,546,886 67 
348,036 54 

13,666 56 

11,087 16 



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1852 

1853 

1864 

1855 

1866 

1857 

1858 

1859 

1860 

1861 

1862 

1863 

1864 

1865 

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1867 

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10 
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18 
18 
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15 
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282,217 00 
407,188 00 
704,900 00 
901,789 00 
897,407 00 
897,432 00 
876,909 00 
819,660 00 
940,840 00 
1,111,632 00 
1,231,940 00 
1,348,833 00 
1,678,261 00 
1,962,500 00 
1,708,631 00 
1,589,354 00 
1,815,662 00 
2,046,321 00 
2,301,940 00 
2,745,779 00 
3,172,526 00 
3,836,224 00 
4,478,842 00 
5,011,831 00 
6,004,694 00 
6,670,670 00 
6,816,828 00 
6,722,689 00 
6,753,104 00 
7,346,469 00 
9,076,314 00 
10,669,486 00 
12,675,269 00 
14,060,647 08 
13,724,291 63 
13,699,231 63 
14,263,963 47 
16,687,050 93 
16,602,067 76 
17,801,328 06 
19,330,564 92 
21,620,303 49 

24.674.741 76 
27,262,929 69 
27,966,855 46 
30,403,264 43 

32.170.742 88 
32,600,627 49 
34,071,721 77 
36,526,749 73 
38,290,394 34 
40,209,059 23 



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297,712 00 

196,889 00 

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26 00 

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•66,269 00 

121,199 00 

170,692 00 

120,408 00 

116,893 00 

329,428 00 

274,239 00 

•243,969 00 

•119,177 00 

226,308 00 

230,669 00 

266,619 00 

4iS,Sa9 00 

426,746 00 

663,699 00 

642,618 00 

532,989 00 

992,863 00 

666,976 00 

146,168 00 

•93,139 00 

30,415 00 

693,365 00 

1,728,845 00 

1,584,171 00 

2,015,784 00 

1,376,877 37 

•326,366 55 

•25,059 90 

654,731 84 

1,333,087 46 

1,016,016 83 

1,199,260 29 

i,r;!^,2n6 87 

2,1^>^L^7:^ 57 
3,01^.1,438 27 
2,5K^.187 93 

703,1IJ6 77 
2, l3i;,H)8 97 
1,7G7, 178 45 

•i2ii,iiSi 61 
1,471,094 28 
2,455,027 96 
1,763,644 61 
1,918,664 89 



Increase In 
periods of 
flre years. 



Amount 



$702,413 00 



39,051 00 



1,011,660 00 



349,440 00 



2,709,891 00 



1,741,273 00 



6,971,186 00 



4,077,036 00 



10,165,627 41 



8,659,894 27 



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BRANDON INVESTMENT AND GUARANTY COMPANY, 
Brandon, Rutland County, Vt. 
June 29, 1001. 



assets. 
Tax sale certificates. . $1 . 306 80 
Brandon National 

^k 1,022 71 

Other assets, Tiz.: 

y^ants 40,677 56 

Accrued interest 27,061 86 

Total 170,068 93 



liabilities. 

Capital stock paid in. $25,000 00 

Undivided profits 9,869 75 

Bills payable 30, 249 18 

Debenture bonds out- 
standing 4,200 00 

Dividends unpaid. ... 750 00 

Total $70,068 93 



When organized? April 8, 1892. 

Tnder what State laws? Vermont, 1888. 

Principal place of business? Brandon, Vt 

Authorized capital? $300,000. 

Personal liability of stockholders? Amount subscribed. 

How much of the capital stock is owned by the offi- 
<*r8 of the company 

How much, if any, of the stock owned by its officers 
^ pledged to the company as collateral? None. 

Total amount of the capital stock held by the com- 
Wy as collateral ? None. 

I« the company subject to examination by State offl- 
«rs? Yes. "^ ^ ' 

Total amount of outstanding warrants sold 

Total amount of guaranteed loans? None. 

Total amount of debentures certified (less amount on 
*wd and with agents) 

Total amount In process of foreclosure, including 
Pwt-dne interest and both first and second mortgages, 
^aere either is being foreclosed? None. 

State the States and sections of States in which loans 
are made? Washington, Oregon, South Dakota, Colorado. 

Trustees for debentures. Brandon National Bank. 

Total amount of securities sold in Vermont during 

"le past year 

fiate of dividends paid for the last three years. 6 per 
cent. 



$11,666 67 



3,402 07 



4,200 00 



259 10 



STATEMENT OF DEBENTURE BONDS CERTIFIED TO BY 
TRUSTEES. 



1 

iB»te 


TEAR WHEN 


SECURED BY 
PLEDGE OF 


AMOUNT OF 


Bated. 


Due. 


Warrants. 


Security. 


Debentures. 


1 

A 5 


1897. 


1900, 1901-4. 


$4,227 15 


$4;227 15 


$4,200 00 



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OFFICERS. 

F. H. Farrlngton, President; E. D. Thayer, Vice-President; W. F. 
Scott, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Directors— E. J. Ormsbee, Geo. Brlggs, E. S. Marsh, F. H. Farring- 
ton« B. D. Thayer, W. F. Scott. 

STATE OF VERMONT, ^ gg . 
County of Rutland, !i 

I, W. F. Scott, Treasurer of the aforesaid company, do solemnly 
swear that the foregoing statement is true to the best of my knowledge 
and belief. 

WALTER F. SCOTT, Treasurer. 

Signed and sworn to before me this 9th day of July, 1901. 

GEORGE H. McLBOD, Notary Public. 



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BURLINGTON BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

BUBLINGTON, VERMONT. 

Chartered 1878. Commenced business 1895. 
June 30, 1901. 



ASSETS. 

Real estate loans $60,497 50 

Share loans 2,755 00 

Temporary expense 

account 7 25 

Suspense account. . . . 592 59 

Cash 385 24 

Total 164,237 58 



LIABILITIES. 

Dues, capital $55, 537 00 

Profits, capital 7, 109 37 

Surplus 670 71 

Guaranty account 150 00 

Interest 669 89 

Fines 11 69 

Withdrawal profits.. . 88 92 

Total $64,237 58 



CASH ACCOUNT FOR SIX MONTHS. 



KECEIPTS. 

From dues $10,310 00 

From interest 1,897 32 

From fines 38 92 

Withdrawal profits... 148 78 
Real estate loans re- 
paid 6,150 00 

Share loans repaid. . . 3, 100 00 
Cash on hand Decem- 
ber 31, 1900 404 33 

Total $22,049 35 



EXPENDITURES. 


Real estate loans 




talcen 


$10,637 50 


Share loans taken — 


535 00 


Capital withdrawn . . . 


9,408 00 


Profits withdrawn.'.. 


977 25 


Temporary expense. . 


106 36 


Cash on hand June 




30, 1901 

Total 


385 24 


$22,049 35 



RECONCILIATION OF SHARE ACCOUNT WITH DUBS AND 

PROFITS. 

CAPITAL. 



DATE OF ISSUE. 



May, 1895 

Noyember, 1895. 

May, 1896 

November, 1896.. 

May, 1897 

November, 1897. 

May, 1898 

November, 1898.. 

May, 1899 

November, 1899.. 

May, 1900 

November, 1900.. 
May, 1901 



Dnes paid in advance. 



Series. 



3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 



Shares 
in force. 



133 
137 
33 
135 
130 



201 
178 
123 
185 
332 



1,801 



Value 
per share. 



$88 57 
80 13 
71 93 
63 97 
56 24 
48 74 
41 46 
34 39 
27 62 
20 85 
14 38 
8 10 
2 00 



Total 
value. 



$11,779 81 
10,977 81 
2,373 69 
8,635 95 
7,311 30 
4,045 42 
2,570 52 
2,372 91 
5,531 52 
3,711 30 
1,768 74 
1,498 50 
664 00 



$63,241 37 

84 00 
$63,325 37 



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Dues capital as per general ledger $55,537 00 

Profits capital as per general ledger 7, 109 37 

Dues unpaid 679 00 

$63,325 t17 

Number of shares issued during six months, 258. 

Numt)er of shares now in force, 1,801. 

Number of shares borrowed upon, 395. 

Largest number of shares held by any one member, 25. 

Number of shares withdrawn during six months, 209. 

Number of shares forfeited during six months, none. 

Number of shares retired during six months, none. 

Highest rate per centum of interest received, T^j. 

Ix>west rate per centum of interest received, 6. 

Present number of members, 220. 

Present number of borrowers, 72. 

Present number of non-borrowers, 148. 

Number of loans secured by first mortgage on real estate, 83. 

Number of loans on shares, 12. 

Largest loan to any one member during six months, $1,800. 

Smallest loan to any one member during six months, $50. 

Amount of expenses of the corporation for six months, $106.36. 

OFFICERS. 

W. J. Van Patten, President; U. A. Woodbury, Vice-President: 
R. A. Cooke, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Security Committee— Geo. D. Wright C. A. Hibbard, H. W. Hall. 
Finance Committee — R. A. Cooke, A. R. St. Pierre, W. C. Isham. 

Directors— W. J. Van Patten, U. A. Woodbury, R. A. Cooke, G. D. 
Wright C. A. Hibbard, H. W. Hall, A. R. St. Pierre, W. C. Isham. 
T. B. Wales. F. C. Herrington, B. M. Lambkin, J. J. Flynn, J. p. Lanou, 
C. W. Brownell, C. L. Dolan. 
Solicitor— T. E. Wales. 

I, R. A. Cooke, Secretary and Treasurer of the aforesaid association, 
do solemnly swear that the foregoing statement is true to the best of 
my knowledge and belief. 

R. A. COOKE, Secretary and Treasurer. 
STATE Of VERMONT.} gg . 
Chittenden County, S 
There personally appeared R. A. Cooke, to me known, and took 
oath that the above was true. 

E. P. WOODBURY, Notary PubUc. 



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THE ESSEX CO-OPERATIVE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Essex Junction, Vermont. 

June 30, 1901. 

LOAN FUND. 



ASSETS. 

Loans on bond and 

mortgage |11,615 00 

Loans on shares 2,080 00 

Village bonds 1, 791 00 

Bank stock 65 00 

Personal security 218 00 

Cash on hand 23 52 

Total 115,792 52 



LIABILITIES. 

Capital to credit of in- 
stallment shares. . . 



$15,792 52 



LOAN FUND. 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand $46 56 

Subscriptions on shrs 1,940 00 

Mortgages redeemed. 1,135 00 

Interest received 740 85 

Fines received 1 10 

Miscellaneous re- 
ceipts, viz.: 

Bank stock 50 00 

Entrance fees 2 75 

Total $3,916 26 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage.. . $2,018 00 

Loaned on shares 740 00 

Shares withdrawn.. . 300 00 
Miscellaneous, viz. : 

Village bonds 800 00 

Cash on hand June 

30, 1901 49 26 

Total $3,916 26 



Name? EJssex Co-operative Savings and Loan Association. 

Where located? Essex Junction, Vermont. 

Date of organization? January 1, 1891. 

Plan, serial or permanent? Permanent. 

Limit of stock? $100,000. 

Matured value of shares? $200. 

How often are Installments due? Monthly. 

State amount of installment per share? $1. 

Number of shares issued? 170. 

Number withdrawn? 35. 

Number in force? 135. 

Admission fee? 25 cents. 

Transfer fee? 25 cents. 

Do you loan to others than members? Yes. 

Do you loon without a pledge of stock? Yes. 

How many shares are held by borrowing members? 52. 

Do you loan upon stock alone? Yes. 



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138 ANNUAL REPORT OP THE INSPECTOR OP FINANCE. 

On what basis? 90 per cent 

Do you loan upon other securities than first mortgages and stock? 
Yes, three good names. 

Where do you loan upon real estate? In Vermont only; mostly in 
town of Essex. 

Number of loans on first mortgage? 24. 

Amount? $11,615. 

Number of loans on shares? 22. 

Amount? $2,080. 

Is premium fixed or otherwise? Not fixed. 

Do you issue paid-up stock? Yes. 

If so, how many shares are issued? None. 

Do you issue paid-up interest bearing shares? No. 

Total loans on bonds and mortgages in force? $11,615. 

Appraised value of the property mortgaged as security? $20,000. 

Estimated time of maturity of installment shares? 12 years. 

State the several sources of revenue? Dues, entry and transfer 
fees, fines and interest 

OFFICEBS. 

S. A, Brownell, President; Wm. Fletcher, Vice-President; T. W. 
Sibley, Treasurer; J. A. Donahue, Secretary. 

Directors— C. M. Ferrin, W. B. Johnson, C. S. Fletcher, A. B. Yan- 
dow, B. M. Whitcomb, F. P. Sawyer. 

STATE OF VERMONT, ) ^^ . 
County of Chittenden. \ ^^" 

I, S. A. Brownell, President of the aforesaid association, do solemnly 
swear that the foregoing statement is true to the best of my knowledge 
and belief. 

S. A. BROWNELL, President 
Signed and sworn to before me this 5th day of August, 1901. 

T. W. SIBLEY, Justice of the Peace. 



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VERMONT LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY, 

Gband Fobks, Grand Fobks County, Nobth Dakota. 

July 31, 1901. 



ASSETS. 

Loans secured by 
first liens on real es- 
tate 

Loans secured by 
second liens on real 
estate 

Earned commission 
on debenture loans. 

Loans on collateral 
and personal secur- 
ities 

Tax sale certificates. 

StoclLS and bonds .... 

Real estate by fore- 
closure and pur- 
chase 

Foreclosure account 
(expenses) 

Due from branch 
oflSces and agents. . 

Due from sundry per- 
sons 

Doe on uncompleted 
loans 

Due from banks and 

flankers 

Other assets, viz. : 

School warrants 



$135,200 00 


36,965 81 


3,879 04 


21,667 22 
5,338 21 

8,500 00 


144,122 98 


15 08 



6,383 96 

13,653 81 
1,000 00 



LIABILITIES. 

Capital stock paid in. $175,000 00 

Surplus fund 15,000 00 

Undivided profits 31,309 90 

Bills payable 7, 595 00 

Debenture bonds out- 
standing 137.700 00 

Interest paid in ad- 
vance by borrow- 
ers 267 03 

Loans paid, but not 

remitted for 6,384 00 

Due sundry persons. . 3,479 18 

Total $376,735 11 



Total $376,735 13 



DESCBIPTION OF STOCKS AND BONDS. 



Market 
value. 



Par 
value. 



Description. 

Stock of Western Realty Com- 
pany $6,000 00 $8,500 00 



Book 
value. 

$8,500 00 



When organized? 1886. 

Under what State laws? North Dakota. 

Principal place of business? Grand Forks, North Dakota. 

Authorized capital? $250,000. 

Personal liability of stockholders? Amount of subscription. 

How much of the capital stock is owned by the 
officers of the company |19» 000 00 

Total amount of the capital stock held by the com- 
pany as collateral 2, 200 00 

Is the company subject to examination by State 
officers? No. 



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Total amount of outstanding loans $647, 400 00 

Total amount of guaranteed loans 184,500 00 

Total amount of debentures certified (less amount on 
hand and with agents) 137.700 00 

Total amount in process of foreclosure, including 
past-due interest and both first and second mortgages, 
where either is being foreclosed 2, 220 00 

State the States and sections of States in which 
loan^ are made. Northern North Dakota, Northwestern 
Idaho, Northwestern Minnesota, Eastern Washington. 

Trustees for debentures, G. O. Averill, H. D. Holton, Charles W. 
Richardson, all of Brattleboro. Vermont. 

Rate of dividends paid for the last three years. None. 

STATEMENT OF DEBENTURE BONDS CERTIFIED TO BY 
TRUSTEES. 





1 


YEAR WHBN. 


SECURED BY 
PLEDGE OF 


AMOUNT OF 


1 


i 


p 


ji 


1st 

Mortgage 

Loans. 


Real 

Estate. 


Seonrity. 


Deben- 
tures. 


G 

H 
I 
K 
L 


6 
6 
6 
5 
5 


1891 
1893 
1894 
1899 
1900 


1901 
1903 
1904 
1909 
1910 


1896 
1898 
1899 
1904 
1905 


$25,355 

16,360 

8,170 

52,755 

2,400 


$11,600 

10,000 

1,350 

"So'iio 


$36,955 

26,360 

9,520 

52,755 

33,310 


$28,700 

25,000 

9,000 

50,000 

25,000 



OFFICEBS. 

F. J. Holman, President; Geo. E. Holbrook, Vice-President; H. L. 
Whithed, Treasurer; F. W. Wilder, Secretary; F. B. Putnam, General 
Agent, Brattleboro, Vermont 

Directors — F. J. Holman. Spokane, Washington; F. W. Wilder, H. 
L. Whithed, Grand Forks, North Dakota; Geo. E. Holbrook, Keene, 
New Hampshire; O. L. Sherman, WlUiamsville, Vermont; F. B. Spelter, 
Winchendon, Massachusetts; A. E. Emery, Orange, Massachusetts; 
J. M. Parker, Fitzwilllam, New Hampshire; I. E. Gibson, Bennington, 
Vermont 

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, j 
County of Grand Forks. 

I, F. W. Wilder, Secretary of the aforesaid company, do solemnly 
swear that the foregoing statement is true to the best of my knowledge 
and belief. 

F. W. WILDER, Secretary. 

Signed and sworn to before me this 2d day of August, 1901. 

B. S. SWENGBL, Notary Public 

North Dakota. 



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THE CONNECTICUT BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Hartford, Conn. 

For the six months ending June 29, 1901. 
LOAN FUND. 



ASSETS. 

Loans on bond and 
mortgage |1,104,670 02 

Loans on shares 32,734 30 

Interest due and un- 
paid, secured 3, 233 02 

Premium due and un- 
paid, secured 1,616 51 

Real estate 98,287 49 

Furniture and fix- 
tures 940 79 

Other assets, viz.: 

United States bonds. 17,197 50 

Real estate sold on 
contract and other 
contracts 101,963 67 

Due from insurance 
companies 2,071 12 

Interest advanced on 
assumed mortgages 3,609 14 

Unearned discount on 
advanced payments 645 41 

Cash in banks, viz. : 

First National of 
Hartford 10.800 13 

Charter Oak National 
of Hartford 4,216 30 

State National of 
Hartford 48,779 08 

Cash on hand 28, 753 22 

Total $1,459,577 70 



LIABILITIES. 

Capital to credit of in- 
stallment shares... $420,472 80 

Paid-up shares 143 , 973 14 

Dues paid in advance 

not yet due 7,569 54 

Reserve guaranty fund 100,000 00 
Miscellaneous, viz. : 

Undivided profits. ... 84,873 84 

Contingent fund 14,330 25 

♦Insurance profits 20, 300 91 

Mortgages assumed 

for members 645, 190 00 

Interest accrued on 

assumed mortgages 7,941 29 

Dividends accrued on 

paid-up shares 6,162 50 

Expense fund 2, 801 80 

Insurance fund 5,961 63 

Total $1,459,577 70 



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ANNUAL REIH)RT OF THE 



LOAN FUND. 

Receipts and Disbursements for the six months ending June 29, 1901. 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand Decem- 
ber 31, 1900 $45, 701 70 

Subscriptions on 

sliares 88,7^3 24 

Paid-up stock 4, 142 61 

Mortgages redeemed. 01.594 t>8 

Pre ni i u ra s recei ved . . 1 4 , 750 25 

Interest received 30, 7G7 07 

Fines i"eceived 871 21 

Miscellaneous re- 
ceipts, viz.: 

Contingent 2, 272 50 

Assumed mortgages.. 59,700 (K> 

Sliare loans «,5G0 00 

R^al estate and con- 
tracts 19,5G1 37 

Death claims 15.219 00 

Rents 9,342 32 

Insurance premiums. 33,954 98 

Simdry accounts 842 48 

Withdrawal account. 9.216 69 

Total $433,286 10 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage.. $114,345 5» 

I»aued on shares 16, 175 uO 

Shares "Withdrawn. .. 34,514 95 
Semi-annual Interest 

on paid-up shares. . 5,702 61^ 
Miscellaneous, 
viz.: 

Insurance profits 1.103 89 

Assumed mortgages.. 51,050 00 
Interest on assumed 

mortgages 22,333 96 

Discount advance 

l>ayment8 495 06 

Real estate and con- 
tracts 24,549 12 

Matured shares 16,419 00 

Profits withdrawn... 5,198 09 

Repairs, taxes, etc... 2,904 55 

Insurance 30, 578 13 

Sundry accounts 3,505 04 

Withdrawal account. 9.216 69 

United States bonds. 5.387 50 
Balance June 29, 

1901 89,806 93 

Total $433,286 10 



EARNINGS ACCOUNT. 
E^amings Account for six months ending June 29, 1901. 



I)R. 

Expense on B. B. and 
C. C $516 59 

Profits withdrawn. . . 5. 198 09 

Cash dividends 5,202 64 

Contingent 1,308 71 

Interest on assumed 
mortgages 22, 402 6S 

Discount on advanced 
payments 162 34 

Furniture and fix- 
tures 223 84 

Taxes, repairs, etc... 2.848 47 

Balance June 29, 

1901 84,873 84 

Total $122,737 20 



CB. 

Interest $30,117 82 

Premiums 14, 431 63 

Fines 856 41 

Transfer tees 68 00 

Rents 7,976 93 

Balance January 1, 

1901 69,286 41 

Total $122,737 20 



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EXPENSE FUND, INCOME AND DISBUKSEMENTS. 



INCOME. 

Balance January 1, 

1901 12,767 13 

Cents per share 
per month of 
monthly dues 

paid in 24,752 04 

Cents per share 
per month on 
paid-up shares. .. 516 59 

Membership fees ^ 

Withdrawal fees 

Transfer fees \. 1,046 11 

Redemption fees 

Sundries 

Insurance commis- 
sions 7,095 69 

Total $37,378 16 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Balance June 29, 

1901 $2,801 80 

Salaries of officers. . . 3,300 00 
Salaries of employees 

in office 3,221 65 

Rent 550 22 

Printing 856 43 

Advertising 1,024 55 

Collection 2,396 36 

Postage and express. 432 02 

Agents* commissions. 8,463 48 

Sundries 7,306 56 

Surplus fund 2,200 00 

Dividends 4,825 09 

Total $37,378 16 



Name? Connecticut Building and Loan Association. 

Where located? Hartford, Connecticut. 

Date of organization?. May, 1895. 

Plan serial or permanent? Serial. 

Limit of stock? None. 

Matured value of shares? $100. 

How often are installments due? Monthly. 

State amount of installment per share? 59c., 50c., 35c., 32c., 25c., 
19c. 

Number of shares issued? 92,039%. 

Number withdrawn? 20,401. 

Number forfeited? 24,458, principally shares paid one or two 
months. 

Number in force? 47,180>^r. 

Amount received on forfeited shares? $658.25, principally first and 
second month's dues retained by agents. 

Admission fee? None. 

Transfer fee? $68. 

Withdrawal fee? None. 

Renewal fee? None. 

State amount of installment fee that goes to expense fund? See 
Article XX of by-laws. 

What other receipts go to expense fund? See Article XX of by- 
laws. 

Do you loan to others than members? No. 

Do you loan without a pledge of stoclt? No. 

How many shares are held by borrowing members? 10,390%. 

Do you loan upon stock alone? Yes. 

On what basis? 90 per cent, of cash witlidrawal value. 

Do you loan upon other securities than first mortgages and stock? 
Loans are made on divided mortgage plan. 

Where do you loan upon real estate? Vermont, Connecticut, Rhode 
Island, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. 

Number of loans on first mortgage? 779. 

Amount? $1,104,670.02. 

Number of loans on shares? 226. 

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146 ANNUAL UEPOUT OF THE INSPECTOR OF FINANCE. 

Amount? $32,734.30. 

Is premium fixed or otherwise? Members bid. 

if otlierwise, state average per stiare? 14c., 25c. 

What amouut of admissloa fee was retained by agents the past 
year? None. 

State amount of accrued dues unpaid? Do not figure these as an 
asset. 

State amount of accrued interest and premium unpaid? $4,849.53. 

Do you issue paid-up stocl^? Yes. 

If so, how many shares are Issued? Guaranty fund, $100,000. 

At what per cent of maturity value are they issued? Full par 
value, $100 per share. 

Do you issue paid-up interest bearing shares? Yes. 

How many have been so issued? 388 shares in force. 

At what per cent, of maturity value are they issued? Full par 
value, $100 per share. 

Total loans on bonds and mortgages in force, $1,104,070.02. 

Appraised value of the property mortgaged as security, $1,657,000. 

Estimated time of maturity of Installment shares? Payments 
limited to 108 months on B, C and F; 120 months on A and E. 

State the several sources of revenue. Six per cent, interest on 
advances (or loans), premiums for priority of advances, the monthly 
compounding of interest, the monthly compounding of premiums, from 
re-investment on divided mortgage plan, from fines, from transfer fees, 
from reinvestment of coupon share funds, from withdrawal shares, 
from the Insurance combination. 

OFFICEBS. 

E. G. Linn, President; Charles Merriman, Vice-President; John B. 
Milliken, Secretary and Treasurer; John H. Buck, Attorney. 

Directors — E. C. Linn, Hon. E. Stevens Henry, Charles Merriman, 
Hon. Patrick Garvan, John B. Milliken, R. B. Parker, Hon. Geo. E. 
Kenney, Andrew Linn. 

STATE OF CONNECTICUT, 
County of Hartford, 

We, Charles Merriman, Vice-Presidenl, and John B. Milliken, Sec- 
retary, of the aforesaid association, do solemnly swear that the for^ 
going statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. 

CHARLES MERRIMAN, Vice-President, 
JOHN B. MILLIKEN, Secretary. 

Signed and sworn to before me this 6th day of August, 1901. 

HENRY D. WHITNEY, 

Notary Public. 



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INDEX. 



SAVINGS BANKS, SAVINGS INSTITUTIONS AND TRUST 
COMPANIES. 

LOCATION. COBPOBATE NAME. PAGE. 

g ) Barre Savings Bank and Trust Company 13 

I Granite Savings Bank and Trust Company. . 42 

Barton Barton Savings Bank 16 

Bellows Falls Bellows Falls Savings Institution 18 

Bennington Bennington County Savings Bank 20 

Bradford Bradford Savings Bank and Trust Company. 110 

RmttlPhnrn 5 Brattleboro Savings Bank 22 

±5rattieDoro ^Vermont Savings Bank 94 

f Burlington Savings Bank 24 

I Burlington Trust Company 27 

Burlington < Farmers and Mechanics Savings Institution 

and Trust Company 39 

I Home Savings Bank 47 

Chester Chester Savings Bank 32 

Enosburg Falls Enosburg Falls Savings Bank and Trust 

Company 37 

Hardwick Hardwick Savings Bank and Trust Company. 45 

Hyde Park Lamoille County Savings Bank and Trust 

Company 51 

Jamaica Jamaica Savings Bank 49 

Ludlow Ludlow Savings Bank and Trust Company. . 53 

Lyndon ville Lyndon Savings Bank 55 

\r/^FifTi^iiAr 5 Capital Savings Bank and Trust Company. . . 30 

monipeuer j Montpeller Savings Bank and Trust Company 59 

Morrisville Union Savings Bank and Trust Company. ... 92 

Newfane Windham County Savings Bank 1(H 

Newport Orleans Trust Company 66 

Northfield Northfield Savings Bank 64 

Proctor Proctor Trust Company 78 

Randolph Randolph Savings Bank 112 

Richf ord Richf ord Savings Bank and Trust Company . 80 

f Marble Savings Bank 57 

i>»iior.ii i Butland Savings Bank 82 

*'""*°° ) Rutland Trust Company 85 

l State Trust Company 90 

Springfield Springfield Savings Bank. 67 

{People's Trust Company 75 
Franklin County Savings Bank and Trust 

Company 40 

Qt T/^Y^tiaKiifv J Citizens' Savings Bank and Trust Company. 34 

R>t. jonnsDury ^ Passumpsic Savings Bank 71 

Wells River Wells River Savings Bank 97 

White River June. White River' Savings Bank 99 

Wilmington Wilmington Savings Bank 102 

Windsor Windsor Savings Bank 106 

Winooskl , WinooskI Savings Bank 108 

Woodstock Ottauquechee Savings Bank 68 



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Table No. 1. 
Table No. 2. 
Table No. 3. 
Table No. 4. 



Table No. 5. 
Table No. 6. 
Table No. 7. 



INDEX TO TABLES. 

Aggregate Resources and Liabilities of the Savings 
Banks and Trust Companies of Vermont, June 30, 
1902 117 

Classified Summary of Resources of Savings Banks 
and Trust Companies of Vermont at close of busi- 
ness June 30, 1902 118 

Classified Summary of Liabilities and Number of 
Depositors in Savings Banks and Trust Companies 
in Vermont at close of business June 30, 1902 124 

Dividends, Taxes and Expenses of Vermont Savings 
Banks and Trust Cozfipanies for year ending June 
30, 1902 126 

Classification of Depositors and Deposits 128 

Miscellaneous Statistics 130 

Showing Growth of Savings Banks, Savings Institu- 
tions and Trust Companies in Vermont since 1850. 131 



INVESTMENT COMPANIES AND CO-OPERATIVE SAVINGS AND 
LOAN ASSOCIATIONS IN VERMONT AND ELSEWHERE. 

Brandon Investment and Guaranty Company 136 

B\irlington Building and Loan Association 137 

Ehisex Co-operative Savings and Loan Association 139 

Vermont Loan and Trust Company 143 

Connecticut Building and Loan Association 145 

Extracts from Vermont Statutes * 151 



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REPORT. 



Ofpich op the Inspeotor of Finance, 

PouLTXEY, Vermont, August 20, 1902. 

To the General Assembly of the State of Vermont: 

As required by law, I herewith submit my report as 
Inspector of Finance for the year ending June 30, 1902. 

With this rei)ort is published the statements of the sereral 
Savings Banks, Savings Institutions and Trust Companies of 
the State and the statements of all Tx)an and Investment 
Companies and Building and Loan Associations doing busi- 
ness in the State. 

Such statements are verified by the oaths of the proper 
officers of the different corporations and show the condition 
of such institutions at the close of business June 30, 1902. 

SAVINGS banks AND TRUST COMPANIES. 

Twenty-two Savings Banks and nineteen Trust Companies 
were doing business in this State during the entire year end- 
ing June 30, 1902. 

Prior to the close of the year the Bellows Falls Trust 
Company of Bellows Falls partially organized, but did not 
receive deposits or open for business prior to June 30, 1902. 

DEPOSITS AND DEPOSITORS. 

The total amount of deposits held by the Savings Banks 
and Trust Companies at close of business June 30, 1902, was 
141,987,497.45, which is $1,778,438.22 more than the same insti- 
tutions held June 30, 1901. 

The number of depositors was 128,529, a gain of 5,378 dur- 
ing the year. 

112,636 residents of Vermont had on June 30, 1902, in the 
Savings Institutions of the State deposits to the amount of 
f34,875,129.71. 

15,893 non-residents had deposits of |7,112,367.74. 

Resident depositors show an increase for the year of 4,941 
in number and |1,439,357.82 in amount of deposits. 



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Non-resident depositors increased 437 in number and the 
amount of their deposits increased ^39,080.40. 

The average amount of deposits to each depositor June 30, 
1902, was f326.67, as compared with |326.50 on June 30, 1901, 
an increase in average of only 17 cents. 

The average deposit to each resident depositor was |309.62, 
which is 66 cents less than the average June 30, 1901. 

The average deposit to each non-resident June 30, 1902, was 
1447.51, which is |9.52 more than the average a year before. 

Depositors to the number of 3,454 had each more than 
11,500 in a bank. The total amount of such deposits was 
^7,448,590.58, an average of $2,156.50 to each such depositor. 

This class of depositors have decreased 6 in number, 
increased |90,146.05 in amount and $29.78 in average since 
June 30, 1901. 

RBSOURCDS. 

The total resources of all Savings Banks, Savings Institu- 
tions and Trust Companies on June 30, 1902, were |45,396,- 
813.79, and exceeded the resources June 30, 1901, by 
$2,012,707.60. 

These resources are classified as follows: 



DESCRIPTION. 


Amonnt. 


COMPAKBD WITH JUIU 80, 1901. 




InereMe. 


Deoreate. 


Mortgages on real estate in 
Vermont .•.•..••....••... 


$8,841,204 79 

16,814,870 20 
2,997,597 28 

138,468 54 

223,080 62 
548,594 98 
365,616 11 
1,129,983 61 
541,255 50 
10,348,868 06 

314,^8 16 
561,252 27 
444,447 50 
98,689 78 
2,086,910 89 
441,315 50 


$210,022 01 

1,737,662 46 
190,078 85 




Mortgages on real estate 
elsewoere ................ 




Loans on personal seonrity. . 
Loans on deposit book col- 
lateral 




$31,153 15 
33 36 


Loans on bank stock col- 
lateral 




Loans on mortgage collateral. 
Loans on other collateral . . . 
Loans to to^ns, cities, etc.. 




187,739 03 


1,388 37 
223,717 51 

""8e6',557'48 


United States bonds 

Mnnioinal bonds...... ...... 


314,599 27 


Real estate for banking pur- 
poses .................... 


9,679 39 

113,648 41 

28,320 00 

' '569^353'46 


Real estate by foreclosure. . . 
Bank stock 






Miscellaneons assets 

Deposits in banks. ••••.. ---. 


9,855 41 


Cash on band. ...... .... .... 




15,998 48 






Total 


$45,396,813 79 


$3,233,232 09 
$2,012,707 60 


$1,220,524 49 


Net increase..... •••.... .... 









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The table following shows the percentages of assets in the 
various classes of investments from 1892 to 1902, inclusive: 



im 



1898 



18M 



1896 



1807 



18M 



1900 



1908 



1 In mortgara on re*! es- 

tate In Vermont 

2 In mortgages on real es- 

tate elsewhere 

8 In loans on personal se- 
OQrity 

4 In bank stock and loans 

thereon 

5 In bonds (U. 8. and ma- 

ntdpal) and to towns 
oltleStOto. 

6 In real estate 

7 In miscellaneous assets In- 

cluding loans on collat- 
eral except bank stock, 

8 In deposits In banks , 

9 In cash on hand 



18.78 
88.U 

9.89 
8.38 



80.98 
1.88 



8.06 

4.06 

.98 



17.95 
88.88 
10.06 
8.09 



88.88 
1.8S 



8.44 
8.04 
1.68 



18.88 
81.88 
8.78 
3.08 



99.89 

1.67 



8.10 
8.86 
1.05 



18.85 
81.98 
8.S1 
1.84 



89.9C 

1.98 



8.88 
8.86 
1.19 



18.90 
81.68 
8.08 
1.87 



86.87 
3.06 



8.98 
8.35 
1.01 



19.00 
80.56 
7.68 
1.90 



39.18 
3.48 



4.17 

4.39 

.94 



19.10 
39.48 
7.34 
1.86 



89.88 
3.40 



4.90 
4.97 
1.83 



18.86 
81.38 
6.73 
1.80 



18.87 
88.44 
7.13 
1.68 



37.81 35.96 
3.58 3.68 



4.16 
6.59 
1.30 



8.73 
5.53 
1.30 



18.74 

84.76 

6.47 

1.61 



35.98 
3.80 



8.03 
6.18 
1.06 



18.87 
87.01 
6.60 
1.47 



36.60 
1.98 



3.58 

4.59 
.97 



SURPLUS. 

The twenty-two Savings Banks have a " Surplus Fund 
reserved " amounting to |1,222,379.81; this is f 197,243.49 more 
than the " Surplus Fund reserved " of the same banks June 
30, 1901. 

The total surplus and accumulated profits of these Savings 
Banks on June 30, 1902, were |1,696,833.76. This is f 123,802.37 
more than the surplus and profits June 30, 1901. 

The surplus and accumulated profits of the nineteen Trust 
Companies on June 30, 1902, were $605,745.09. This is 
f 93,038.83 more than the surplus and profits June 30, 1901. 

The surplus and all accumulated profits of the Savings 
Banks and Trust Companies combined amounted June 30, 
1902, to f2,302,578.85, an increase of |216,931.20 during the 
year. 

TAXES. 

During the last year the Savings Banks and Trust Com- 
panies paid into the State Treasury in taxes f272,440.03, 
being fl7,280.20 more than were paid during the previous 
year. 

SXPENSBS. 

The expenses of the Savings Banks and Trust Companies 
for the year have been f210,365.36, which is f8,446.57 more 
than the expenses for year ending June 30, 1901. 

The average expense for each |1,000 cared for was |5.01, 
which is one cent less than the average expense per |1,000 
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DIYIDBNDS TO DEPOSITORS. 

The depositors have been paid or credited interest or divi- 
dends to the amount of fl,257,183.66. The amount paid or 
credited during year ending June 30, 1901, was f 1,224,210.47. 

Savings Banks paid interest as follows: 

Seventeen paid at the rate of three and one-half per cent. 

Two paid at the rate of three and one-fourth per cent. 

Three paid at the rate of three per cent. 

Trust Companies paid interest at the following rates: 

One paid three and three-fourths per cent. 

Four paid three and one-half per cent. 

One paid three and one-fourth per cent. 

Twelve paid three per cent. 

DIVIDENDS TO STOCKHOLDERS. 

The total dividends paid by the Trust Companies to stock- 
holders during the year were 152,875, f 1,376 more than was 
paid in dividends during the year ending June 30, 1901. 

Four Trust Comxmnies paid no dividends to stockholders. 

Two paid twelve per cent. 

One paid ten per cent. 

Two paid eight per cent. 

Seven paid six per cent. 

One paid five per cent. 

Two paid four per cent. 

BRADFORD SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY. 

This Institution has been in process of settlement under a 
Receiver since February 1, 1898. 

The depositors have received in dividends from the Receiver 
sixty per cent — one dividend of ten per cent having been paid 
during the last year. 

RANDOLPH SAVINGS BANK. 

A Receiver appointed by the Court of Chancery took con- 
trol of this Bank June 18, 1900. 

The depositors have received ninetv per cent of their depos- 
its. 

Reports of the Receivers of both the Bradford Savings 
Bank and Trust Company and the Randolph Savings Bank 
are herewith published. 

TABLES. 

On pages 117 to 131 of this report are tabulated statements 
as follows: 



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No. 1. Aggregate resources and liabilities of Savings Banks 
and Trust Companies in the State at close of business June 
30, 1902. 

No. 2. Classified summary of the resources of the several 
Savings Banks and Trust Companies at close of business June 
30, 1902. 

No, 3. Classified summary of liabilities of Savings Banks 
and Trust Companies at close of business June 30, 1902, and 
number of depositors in each bank. 

No. 4. Bates and amounts of dividends to both depositors 
and stockholders, and amounts of taxes and expenses paid 
during year ending June 30, 1902. 

No. 5. Classification of deposits and depositors. 

No. 6. Miscellaneous statistics. 

No. 7. Growth of Savings Banks and Tnist Companies of 
Vermont since 1850. 

LICENSES. 

The following corporations organized under the laws of 
other States now hold licenses granted by me (licenses expire 
December 31, 1902): 

The Vermont Loan and Trust Company of Grand Forks, 
North Dakota. 

The Connecticut Building and Loan Association of Hart* 
ford, Connecticut. 

EXAMINATIONS. 

I have examined all Savings Banks and Trust Companies 
in the State during the past year, and when a National Bank 
occupies the same building my examination has been made 
at the same time the National Bank has been examined by 
the United States bank examiner. 

I have also examined all the other corporations which have 
furnished statements for this rei)ort. 

I have assisted the State Auditor in his examination of the 
accounts of the State Treasurer. 

Proper vouchers were exhibited by the State Treasurer and 
his accounts were found to be correct. 

I have examined the bills, vouchers and accounts of the 
State Auditor. 

The Auditor exhibited to me proper vouchers for all orders 
drawn, and I found in his oflBce books showing in detail all 
the transactions of his oflBce. 

CONCLUSION. 

The Savings Banks and Trust Companies of this State have 
gained in strength during each of the last two years and are, 
as I firmly believe, each and all in a healthy condition. 



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The deposits have steadily increased, although the rate of 
dividends to depositors has been reduced. 

The surplus of the Savings Banks and Trust Companies 
has increased largely, and thereby greater security given the 
depositors. 

In my opinion it would be well to require Savings Banks 
to add to their surplus until such surplus amounts to not 
less than fifteen per cent of the deposits. 

Two savings banks have invested in mortgages on real 
estate out of this State amounts somewhat larger than the 
fifty per cent of assets allowed by section 4098. The atten- 
tion of the officers of such banks has been called to the mat- 
ter and the amounts invested in such mortgages will soon 
be reduced to the legal limit. 

Respectfully submitted. 

FREDERICK S. PLATT, 

Inspector of Finance. 



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SAVINGS BANKS. 



THE BARRB SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY. BARRE. 

June 30, 1902. 

REBOUBCES. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $383,804 18 

Loans on personal security 38,925 87 

Loans on deposit books 10,463 94 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 1,300 00 

Loans with mortgagee as collateral 12,875 00 

Loans on other collateral security 44,655 00 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 82, 580 00 

United States bonds 29,675 00 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 251,887 58 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

62 shares National Bank of Barre $7,047 50 

5 shares Montpelier National 876 00 

36 shares Waterbury National 1,60000 

10 shares Capital Savings Bank and Trust 

Co 1,000 00 

25 shares Franklin County Savings Bank 

and Trust Co 2,600 00 

13,022 50 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 
National Bank of Barre. 16. 51S 01 

Total $835, 707 08 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in $.50.0000 (mD 

Due depositors 76:).2.SV> 09 

Surplus fund reserved 5,000 00 

Interest 6,311 56 

Dividends unpaid 900 00 

Treasurer's checks outstanding 4. 206 38 

Total ; $835,707 03 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1902, 2,657. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 2,654. 

Total of their deposits $763,548 29 

Number of depositors non-resident, 3. 

Total of their deposits 5,740 80 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case. 

$89,892.56. 
Number of such depositors, 29. 

Total deposits $769,280 00 

DiviDEiros. 

October 1, 1902, 2 per cent on deposits $12. 156 87 

April 1, 1902, 1% per cent, on deposits 12,412 40 

March 1, 1902, 6 per cent on stock 3,000 00 

Total dividends for the year $27,569 27 

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EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $000 00 

Other salaries 938 97 

State taxes paid 3.967 10 

All other expenses for the year 003 3S 

Total expenses for the year $6, 109 45 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Par Book 

Description. cent. value. value. 

Hardwlck, Vermont 5 $10,000 00 $10,000 00 

EvansvlUe, Indiana 4^ 3,000 00 3,000 00 

Mentone, Indiana 4% 4,500 00 4,500 00 

Indianapolis, Indiana 6 5,067 40 5,067 40 

Prairie City. Iowa 3 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Malcolm, Iowa ."i 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Chesanlng, Michigan 5 4,000 00 4,000 00 

Tawas City, Michigan 6 8,000 00 8.000 00 

Moorhead, Minnesota 7 3,000 00 3,000 <K) 

Moorhead, Minnesota 6 7,000 00 7,00i> (Kl 

Washburn, Wisconsin 6 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Cameron, Missouri 5 2,600 00 2, 500 00 

Adams County, Illinois (5 2,400 00 2,400 00 

Goodell, Iowa 6 1.200 00 1.200 00 

Tacoma, Washington 5 14,000 00 14,000 00 

Yellow Medicine, Minnesota 6 2,000 00 2.0iK) 00 

Ingalls, Indiana (J 1,600 00 1,600 00 

Topeka, Kansas B 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Topeka, Kansas 5 4,800 00 4,800 00 

Sioux Falls, South Dakota 5 600 00 500 00 

River View, IlUnols 6 800 00 800 00 

Muscatine, Iowa 5 10,000 00 10,000 00 

New Madrid, Missouri 6 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Kansas City 6 21,500 00 21,600 00 

Clay County, Indiana 6 8,000 00 8,000 00 

Findlay. Ohio 5 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Omaha, Nebraska 5 6,200 00 6,200 (K) 

St. Helena 6 6,000 00 6,000 W 

Clay County 5 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Monroe County 5 60000 60000 

Corpus Chrlstl 4 6,000 00 6,000 00 

Vandalia, Indiana 6 50000 60000 

State of Montana 6 6,000 00 6,000 00 

Atchison, Kansas 5 16,410 00 16,410 00 

City of New York, New York 3^ 10,000 00 10, 000 00 

Gray, Iowa 5 2,500 00 2,600 00 

Chicago, Illinois 6 8,600 00 8,500 00 

Aurora, Illinois 6 9,000 00 9,000 00 

San Diego 4% 10,000 00 10,000 00 

Saginaw 5 1,000 00 1.000 00 

Lewis and Clark County 4% 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Stark County, Indiana 4% 974 74 974 74 

Chico, Colorado 5 1,125 00 1,125 00 

Kenawee, Illinois 5 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Vigo County, Indiana 5 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Marlon County 5 3,000 00 3,000 00 

Jonesboro 5 2,500 00 2,500 00 

Fresno 6 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Findlay. Ohio 3% 2,000 00 2,000 00 



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Rate per Par Book 

Description. cent. value. value. 

Toledo, Ohio 5 $1.000 00 $1,000 00 

Salt Lake City 6 8,000 00 3,000 00 

Petersburg 5 4,500 00 4,500 00 

Columbus, Ohio 4% 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Haverhill, Massachusetts 4 1,00000 1,00000 

Meredith, New Hampshire 4% 500 00 500 00 

Quincy, Massachusetts 9% 4,300 00 4,300 00 

Hartford City, Indiana 5 2,500 00 2,500 00 

Benton Harbor 5 4,510 44 4,510 44 

South Omaha /.... 5 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Jackson County, Indiana 5 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Sullivan County, Indiana 4% 1,600 00 1,000 00 

Quincy, Illinois 5 2,000 00 2,000 00 

LaGrange, Illinois 5 3,000 00 3,000 00 

Collinsville, Illinois 5 5,000 00 5,000 00 

State of New Hampshire 6 1,000 00 1,000 00 

$251,887 58 $251,887 58 

United States 2 per cent, 1928 $23,800 00 $23,800 00 

United States 2 per cent, 1928 3,500 00 3,745 00 

United States 2 per cent, 1928 2,000 00 2, 130 00 

$29,800 00 $29,675 00 

OFFICERS. 

J. M. Perry, President; W. A. Boyce, Vice-President. 
Auditors — Directors. 
Investing Committee — Directors. 

Directors — J. M. Perry, W. A. Boyce, B. M. Braley, George How- 
land, J. Henry Jackson, F. G. Howland. 
Treasurer's bond, $30,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Barre Savings Bank and Trust Company, at the close of 
business on the 30th day of June, 1902, according to my best knowl- 
edge and belief. 

F. HOWLAND, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at the city of Barre, Vt., this 19th day of 
July, A. D. 1902. 

Before me, BURT H. WELLS, Notary Public. 



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BARTON SAVINGS BANK. BARTON. 
Junk 30, 1902. 

BE80URCE8. 

Loans on real estate In Vermont $91, 459 84 

Loans on personal security , 69, 894 37 

Loans on deposit books 865 00 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 1.849 61 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 4,378 42 

Loans on other collateral security 3, 376 90 

Loans to to^ns, villages, school districts 23,276 00 

United States bonds 15,000 00 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 89,000 00 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

Barton National Bank 5,500 00 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Premium on United 'States bonds * 4, 755 50 

Premium on municipal bonds 1, 250 75 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 

Barton National Bank $11,510 60 

National Bank of Redemption, Boston 9, 530 75 

21.041 36 

Total $281,647 74 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors $273,653 43 

Surplus fund reserved 2, 055 00 

Interest 5,939 31 

Total $281,647 74 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1902, 1,223. 
Number of depositors resident In this State, 1,206. 

Total of their deposits $270,462 66 

Number of depositors non-resident, 17. 

Total of their deposits 3, 190 77 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$15,443.42. 
Number of such depositors, 9. 

Total deposits $273,653 43 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1902, 1% per cent $3,444 81 

July 1, 1902, 1% per cent 4, 107 02 

Total dividends for the year $7,551 83 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $525 00 

Other salaries 73 50 

State taxes paid 1,505 14 

All other expenses for the year . 438 60 

Total expenses for the year $2,542 24 

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LIST OP STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Par Boole 

Description. cent. value. value. 

Bonds: 

United States of 1025 4 $15,000 00 $19,755 50 

Village of Barton, Vermont, water 
bonds 4 11,000 00 11,000 00 

City of Danburyt Connecticut, 
funding 8% 16,000 00 15,568 50 

Town of Concord, Vermont, fund- 
ing 4 13,000 00 13,682 25 

$39,000 00 $40,250 75 
Bank stock: 
Barton National Bank, 55 shares 5,500 00 5, 500 00 

OFFICEBS. 

H. R. Cutler, President; H. C. Pierce, Vice-President. 

Auditors— W. W. Miles, J. E. Dwinell, P. W. Baldwin. 

Investing Committee— H. R. Cutler, H. C. Pierce, J. B. Dwinell, 
M. B. Cbafey, C. W. Wheeler, P. W. Davison, C. W. Bryant. 

Trustees— H. R. Cutler, H. 0. Pierce, W. W. Miles, F. W. Baldwin, 
J. E. Dwinell, M. B. Chafey, C. W. Bryant, P. W. Davison, C. W. 
Wheeler. 

Treasurer's bond, $14,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con* 
dltlon of the Barton Savings Bank at the close of business on the 30th 
day of June, 1902, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

C. S. WEBSTER, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Barton, Vermont, this 10th day of July» 
A. D. 1902. 

Before me, L. J. HARRIMAN, Notary Public. 

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THE BELLOWS FALLS SAVINGS INSTITUTION. BELLOWS 

FALLS. 

June 80. 1902. 

BB80UB0B8. 

Loans on real estate In Vermont 9390,929 00 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 666,900 00 

Loans on personal security 37, 014 32 

Loans on deposit books 6, 139 00 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 10,000 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 13, 679 00 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 26, 123 00 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 227, 846 09 

Real estate for banking purposes 15,000 00 

Real estate by foreclosure 58, 384 58 

Gash on deposit in Banks, viz.: 

New England Trust Co., Boston $16,000 00 

National Bank of Redemption, Boston..... 4,552 14 

National Bank of Republic, Boston 8,394 79 

National Bank of Bellows Falls, Vt 13,240 37 

— ^■^— ^-^— 41 187 30 

€k)ld on hand $1,300 00 

Silver on hand 181 04 

Other cash on hand 10,472 85 

■ 11,953 89 

Total $1,444,156 18 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors $1,376,630 20 

Surplus fund reserved 48, 000 00 

Other surplus 19,525 98 

Total $1 , 444 , 156 18 

Whole number of depositors, June 80, 1902, 3,892. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 2,814. 

Total of their deposits $967,483 24 

Number of depositors non-resident, 1,078. 

Total of their deposits 409,146 96 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$178,433.47. 
Number of such depositors, 101. 

Total deposits $1,376,630 20 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1902, 1% per cent $21,820 59 

July 1, 1902, 1% per cent 22,605 20 

Total dividends for the year $44,425 79 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $2,000 00 

Other salaries 798 00 

State taxes paid 8,639 35 

All other expenses for the year 928 00 

Total expenses for the year $12,365 35 

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LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Bate per Par and 
Description. cent Book value. 

JNew Athens, Ohio 6 $1,000 00 

Bowling Green, Ohio 4 10,000 00 

Jefferson, Ohio 6 5,000 00 

Bryan, Ohio 5 5,000 00 

Maumee, Ohio 5 11,000 00 

Marice City, Ohio 6 3,500 00 

Kenton, Ohio 4 10,000 00 

Pindlay, Ohio 4% 7,000 00 

Cleveland, Ohio 4 10,000 00 

Sioux City, Iowa. 6 7,096 07 

Alden, Iowa 4% 5,000 00 

Council Bluffs, Iowa 6 4,000 00 

<5uthrie Centre, Iowa 4 8,000 00 

Ralston, Iowa 4 2,800 00 

Belknap. Iowa 5 . 2.000 00 

Dunlap, Iowa 4 6,000 00 

Dunkirk, Indiana 6 4,000 00 

Indianapolis, Indiana 3f% & 6 10,227 58 

Lawrence County, Indiana 5 10,000 00 

Elwood, Indiana 6 7,000 00 

Anderson, Indiana 6 1,794 00 

Hammond, Indiana 6 1,667 50 

Summitville, Indiana 6 1,560 00 

Valparaiso, Indiana 6 700 00 

Cicero, Indiana 5 16,000 00 

Flora. Indiana 6 1,500 00 

TTazeviUe County, Illinois 6 2,000 00 

X:!arbondale, Illinois 5 4,500 00 

Superior, Wisconsin 5 8,000 00 

Iron County, Wisconsin 6 6,000 00 

Carthage, Missouri 4 14,000 00 

Albany, Missouri 4 6,000 00 

Seattle, Washington 5 10,000 00 

Walla Walla County, Washington 4 10,000 00 

Stockton, New Jersey 4% 10,000 00 

"Town of Rockingham, Vermont 4 5, 500 00 



$227,846 00 



OFFICEBS. 

-, President; A. N. Swain, Vice-President. 



Auditors and Investing Committee — A. N. Swain, S. A. Whipple, Z. 
H. Allbee. 

Trustees — John H. Williams. A. N. Swain, Hugh Henry, Geo. O. 
Gould, Sidney Gage, S. A. Whipple, Z. H. Allbee, F. I. Lane. 

Treasurer's bond, $36,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Bellows Falls Savings Institution at the close of business 
on the 30th day of June, 1902, according to my best knowledge and 
belief. 

JOHN H. WILLIAMS, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Bellows Falls, Vermont, this 14th day 
^f July, A. D. 1902. 

Before me, PRESTON H. HADLBY, Notary Public. 



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THE BENNINGTON COUNTY SAVINGS BANK, BENNINGTON. 
Junk 30, 1902. 

BBBOUBCES. 

Loans on real estate In Vermont $228,086 3S 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 280, 150 00 

Loans on personal security 45. 2T0 00 

Loans on deposit books l,00ii 00 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 300 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 3, 704 92 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 10, 7So 00 

United States bonds 10,000 00 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 91,435 27 

Real estate for banking purposes 26,000 00 

Real estate by foreclosure 3,68S 5& 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

Bennington County National Bank 10. 000 00 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Warrants 136 , 782 58 

Safe and safe deposit boxes 3,0Ch) 00 

Furniture 500 00 

Cash on deposits in National Banks, viz.. 

First National Bank $19,554 84 

Bennington County National Bank 20, 250 66 

Merchants National Bank 1,250 00 

41,055 50 

Gold on hand $30 00 

Silver on hand 30 75 

Other cash on hand 5, 676 67 

6.746 42 

Total $896,5^^4 65 

T.TABILITIES. 

Due depositors $849, 774 40 

Surplus fund reserved 23. 2^*0 00 

Other surplus 23, 540 25 

Total $806.5H4 65 

Whole number of depositors, June 80, 1902, 2,978. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 2,808. 

Total of their deposits $782.0<)7 48 

Number of depositors non-resident, 165. 

Total of their deposits 67, 7(5<5 92 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$91,926.60. 
Number of such depositors, 51. 

Total deposits $849, T74 40 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1902, 1% per cent $13, 6'>7 18 

July 1, 1902, 1% per cent 13.939 98 

Total dividends for the year $27. 567 16 

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EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $1, 500 00 

Other salaries 1,098 40 

State taxes paid 6, 161 31 

All other expenses for the year 708 59 

Total expenses for the year $9,468 30 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Par and 
Description. book value. 

Bonds: 

City of Indianapolis, Indiana 115,881 27 

City of Elwood, Indiana 1,700 00 

City of Superior, Wisconsin 10, 110 00 

City of Anderson, Indiana 7,244 00 

City of Spokane, Washington 10,000 00 

City of Walla Walla, Washington 10,000 00 

City of East Grand Forks, Minnesota 3,000 00 

CUy of Tacoma. Washington 10,000 00 

City of Esthervllle, Iowa 11,000 00 

City of Kansas City, Kansas 10,000 00 

City of Norway, Michigan 10,000 00 

Whitman County, Washington 2.600 00 

$91,435 2? 

United States 3 per cent of 1918 10,000 00 

Bank stocks: 
100 shares stock of Bennington County National Bank. . 10,000 00 

OFFICEBS. 

A. B. Valentine, President; I. E. Gibson, Vice-President 

Auditors— E. D. Welling, I. E. Gibson, B. L. Sibley. 

Investing Committee — A. B. Valentine, I. E. Gibson, J. T. ShurtleflF, 
J. R. Judson, John Robinson, E. L. Sibley, E. D. Welling. 

Trustees — A. B. Valentine, I. E. Gibson, J. T. Shanlefl, J. R. Jud- 
son, John Robinson, E. L. Sibley, E. D. Welling. 

Treasurer's bond, $26,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing Ib a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Bennington County Savings Bank at the close of business 
on the 30th day of June, 1902, according to my best knowledge and 
belief. 

O. H. DBIWBY, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Bennington, Vermont, this 9th day of 
July, A. D. 1902. 

Before me, CLEMENT W. CONE, Notary Public. 



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THB BRATTIiffiBORO SAVINGS BANK, BUATTLBBORO. 
Jxnnc 80. 1902. 

BE80UBCE8. 

Loans on real estate In Vermont $184,441 09^ 

Loans on r^ estate elsewhere 679,470 51 

Loans on personal security • 86, 631 00 

Loans on deposit books 625 OO 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 2, 647 56 

Loans on other collateral security 1. 650 00 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 780, 700 00 

Beal estate for banking purposes 12,000 00 

Real estate by foreclosure 61, 273 40 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 

Vermont National Bank, Brattleboro $14,048 60 

People's National Bank, Brattleboro i 86,944 58 

50,988 15 

Gold on hand f 275 00 

Silver on hand 812 91 

Other cash on hand 5, 167 54 

5,755 45^ 

Total $1,816,182 14 

LIABIUTIEB. 

Due depositors $1,654,662 62 

Surplus fund reserved 85,000 OO 

Other surplus 76,519 52 

Total $1,816,182 14 

Whole number of depositors, June 80, 1902, 4,750. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 2»886. 

Total of thehr deposits $822,720 19 

Number of depositors non-resident, 1,855. 

Total of their deposits 831,942 43 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$265,119.32. 
Number of such depositors, 185. 

Total deposits. $1,654,662 62 

DrVIDBITDB. 

January 1, 1902, 1% per cent $27,433 54 

July 1, 1902, 1% per cent 27,339 54 

Total dividends for the year $54, 773 08 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary and other salaries $5, 900 00 

State taxes paid 11,820 95 

All other expenses for the year 1,457 99 

Total expenses for the year $19, 178 94 

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IJ8T OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Bate per Par and 

Description. cent book value. 

Indianapolis, Indiana 6 $19,200 00 

Marion, Indiana 6 (5,00(J 00 

Mnncie, Indiana 6 2,000 00 

Newton County, Indiana 6 12,500 (K) 

Lawrence County, Indiana 6 15,000 00 

Linton, Indiana 4 4,500 00 

Topeka, Kansas t 4% 17,500 00 

Arkansas City, Kansas 6 15,000 00 

Finney County, Kansas 6 18,000 00 

Kansas City, Kansas. 5 15,000 00 

Morris County, Kansas 6 10,000 00 

Wichita, Kansas 5&6 80,00000 

Alpena County, Michigan 5 20,000 00 

Sault St. Marie, Michigan 4 10,000 00 

Marquette, Michigan 4 8,000 00 

Omaha, Nebraska 4 15,000 00 

South Omaha, Nebraska 5 40,500 00 

Plndlay, Ohio 6 10,000 00 

Hardy Township, Ohio 6 5,000 00 

Kent, Ohio 6 13,000 00 

Lorain, Ohio 5 40,000 00 

Martin's Ferry, Ohio 6 5,000 00 

Toledo, Ohio S% 60,000 OO 

Bavenna, Ohio 6 1, 000 00 

Urbana, Ohio 6 10,000 00 

Elyria, Ohio 4 10,000 00 

Sharpsburg, Pennsylvania 5 5,000 00 

St. Albans, Vermont 4 10,000 00 

St Johnsbury, Vermont 4 5,000 00 

Kititas County, Washington 6 3,000 00 

Seattle, Washington 5 52,000 00 

Walla Walla, Washington 5 10,000 00 

Ashland, Wisconsin 4 19,000 OO 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 4 8,000 00 

Superior, Wisconsin 5 49, 500 00 

Tacoma, Washington 6 35,000 00 

State of Montana 6 32,000 00 

State of Massachusetts 8 100,000 OO 



$780,700 00 



OFFICERS. 

B. L. Waterman, President; F. K. Barrows, Vice-President 

Auditors — F. K. Barrows, H. P. Wellman, J. Harry Estey. 

Investing Committee — E. L. Waterman, F. K. Barrows, C. W. 
Wyman, L. F. Adams, C. A. Harris. 

Trustees— E. L. Waterman, F. K. Barrows, H. H. Wheeler, J. L. 
Martin, C. W. Wyman, S. B. Lawton, H. P. Wellman, J. Harry Estey, 
E. W. Melendy, L. F. Adams, C. A. Harris. 

Treasurer's bond, $4^,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Brattleboro Savings Bank at the close of business on the 
30th day of June, 1902, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

0. A. HARRIS, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Brattleboro, Vermont, this 10th day of 
July, A. D. 1902. 

Before me, W. H. BRAOKETT, Notary Public. 

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BURLINGTON SAVINGS BANK, BURLINGTON. 
June 30, 1902. 

BESOUBCES. 

Ix)ans on real estate In Vermont $779,400 33 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 4, 733,621 50 

Loans on personal security 256,918 37 

Loans on deposit books 18,8^ 91 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 24, 129 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral } aa qit; nn 

Loans on other collateral security S oo,d±o w 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 46,065 16 

United States bonds 376,000 OO 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 1,572,^0 00 

Real estate for banking purposes 55,000 00 

Real estate by foreclosure 48, 298 39 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

Merchants National, Burlington $9, 320 00 

Howard National, Burlington 12, 100 00 

VTaterburj' National, Waterbury 3,000 00 

24,420 00 

Cash on deposit in banks: 

Merchants National, Burlington $32, 579 22 

Howard National, Burlington 21,551 53 

Burlington Trust Co., Burlington 20, 411 00 

National Park, New York 240,514 61 

Morton Trust Co., New York 207,946 48 

Second National, Boston, Mass 32,399 13 

555,402 57 

Cash on hand 34,164 3S 

Total $8,591, 25i 64 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors $8, 222, 183 97 

Surplus fund reserved 369,067 67 

Total $8,501,251 64 

Whole number of deiwsltors, June 30, 1902, 20,319. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 15,893. 

Total of their deposits $6,084,317 02 

Number of depositors non-resident, 4,426. 

Total of their deposits 2,137.866 95 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, In each case, 

$1,835,269.73. 
Number of such depositors, 928. 

Total deposits $8,222, 183 97 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1902, 1% per cent $130, 837 98 

July 1, 1902, 1% per cent 133,725 69 

Total dividends for the year $264,563 57 

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EXPENSES. 

Treastirer's salary $3,000 00 

Other salaries 14,343 31 

State taxes paid 51,388 75 

All other expenses for the year 3,606 76 

Total expenses for the year $72, 338 82 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 



United States 4 per cent, 1025 $320,000 00 

District Of Columbia 3.65 per cent, 1924 50,000 00 

United States 2 per cent, 1930 6,000 00 



Par and book 
value. 



$376,000 00 



Bate per 
cent. 

New York, New York 3&3% $268,000 00 

State of Massachusetts 3 & 3^ 225, 000 00 

Bloomington, Illinois 4 55,000 00 

Omaha, Nebraska 5 53, 000 00 

Vanderbury County, Indiana 5 50, 000 00 

Hamilton, Ohio 5 50,000 00 

Hamilton County, Illinois 4i^ 50,000 00 

Urbana, Ohio 4% 50,000 00 

Polk County, Iowa 3% 50, 000 00 

Iowa State warrants 6 49, 100 00 

Piqua, Ohio 6 40,000 00 

Hammond, Indiana 6 40,000 00 

Lyons, Iowa 6 36, 500 00 

Lebanon, Indiana 6 32, 000 00 

Wanwatosa, Wisconsin 5 32, 000 00 

Sandusky, Ohio 5 30,000 00 

Fostoria, Ohio 6 27,000 00 

Greenville, Ohio 6 25,000 00 

Franklin County, Ohio 6 24,350 00 

Le Mars, Iowa 4, 5&6 22,200 00 

Marion, Indiana 6 21, 000 00 

Linn County, Ohio 6 20,000 00 

East Waterloo, Iowa 4^ 20,000 00 

Bellaire, Ohio 4 20,000 00 

Mason City, Iowa 4 19,500 00 

Butler, Missouri 4 19,000 00 

Westport, Missouri 5 18,000 00 

Ironton, Ohio 5 18.000 00 

Huntington, Indiana 6 17, 000 00 

State of Indiana 3 17,000 00 

Cicero, Illinois 6 16,500 00 

Licking County, Ohio 6 15,000 00 

Tippecanoe, Indiana 5 15, 000 00 

West Union, Iowa 4 13,500 00 

Martin's Ferry, Ohio 5 13, 000 00 

Toledo, Iowa 4% 13,000 00 

Saginaw, Michigan 5 10,000 00 

Escanaba, Michigan 5 10, 000 00 

Harlan, Iowa 5 10, 000 00 

Delphi, Indiana 5 10,000 00 

Keota, Iowa 5 8, 500 00 

Harvard, Nebraska 5 8, 000 00 



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Bate per Par and book 

cent. yalue. 

Aurora, IlUnois 6 ^,000 00 

Allegan, Michigan 4 7,000 00 

Champaign, Illinois 6 5,000 00 

Peru, Indiana 6 5,000 00 

Anderson, Indiana 6 8, 000 00 

What Cheer, Iowa 5 2,500 00 

Oakland, Iowa 5 1.000 00 

$1,572,650 00 

OFFICBBS. 

C. P Smith, President; Henry Greene, Albert G. Pierce, Vice- 
Presidents. 
< Auditors — Henry Greene, Albert G. Pierce. 

Investing Committee — C. P. Smith, Henry Greene, Albert G. Pierce. 

Trustees— C. P. Smith, J. li. Barstow, Henry Greene, Willard 
Crane, Albert G. Pierce, Henry Wells, F. W. Ward. 

Treasurer's bond, $100,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Burlington Savings Bank at the close of business on the 
80th day of June, 1902, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

F. W. WARD, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Burlington, Vermont, this 12th day 
of July, A. D. 1002. 

Before me, E. S. ISHAM, Notary Public. 



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THE BURLINGTON TRUST COMPANY, BURLINGTON. 
Junk 30, 1902. 

resources. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $111,930 00* 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 351 , 005 00 

Loans on personal security 231, 390 43 

Loans on deposit books 1, 100 00 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 1, (loO 00> 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 4, 872 43. 

Loans on other collateral security 69, 435 02 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 168, 758 76 

State, county, city, town, school and other bomls 193, (M3 01 

Real estate for banking purposes 19,0(X) 00 

Real estate by foreclosure, none. 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

Howard National Bank, Burlington 30, o- O 00 

Merchants National Bank, Burlington 5, 080 OO 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, 
viz.: 

First National Bank, New York $58, 152 99 

New York State National Bank, Albany, 

N. Y 10,148 31 

American Loan and Trust Co., Boston 4,899 44 

Brown Bros. & Co., New York 297 07 

73,497 81 

Gold on hand $465 00 

Silver on hand 2, 545 00 

Other cash on hand 11,819 06 

14,820 12: 

Total $1,276,747 58 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in $50,000 00- 

Due depositors 1,050,454 39 

Surplus 137.510 65 

Interest 26, 191 54 

Rent 305 00- 

Dividends unpaid 180 00 

BUls payable 12, 100 00 

Total $1,276, 747 58 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1902, 2,380. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 2,262. 

Total of their deposits $928, 2i)0 75 

Number of depositors non-resident, 118. 

Total of their deposits 122, i.'17 04 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$528,537.44. 
Number of such depositors, 125. 



Total deposits $l,05t),454 39- 

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ANNUAL REPORT OP THE 



DiviuSirDB. 

August 1, 1901, 1<^ per cent, on deposits $0,442 71 

February 1, 1902, 1% per cent, on deposits 9, 257 66 

August 1, 1901, 3 per cent, on stock • 1,500 00 

November 1, 1901, 8 per cent, on stock 1,500 00 

February 1, 1902, 3 per cent on stock 1.500 00 

May 1, 1902, 8 per cent on stock 1,600 00 

Total dividends for the year |24,700 86 

BZPENBBS. 

State taxes paid $6,369 01 

All other expenses for the year 18, 106 88 

Total expenses for the year |24,475 84 



LIST OF STOCKS AlTD BONDS OWNED. 

Bate per Par 
Description. cent value. 
Stocks: 
Howard National Bank of Burling- 
ton, Vermont $30,000 00 

Merchants National Bank of Bur- 
lington, Vermont 6,680 00 

Bonds: 

Lewis County, Missouri 4 16, 500 00 

Lucas County, Ohio 4% 13, 000 00 

Port Townsend, Washington 6 10,000 00 

City of Brunswick, Missouri 6 10,000 00 

Des Moines, Iowa, Bast Side S. D. 4 10,000 00 

Ponca, Nebraska 4 10,000 00 

Emmet County, Iowa 4 10,000 00 

Buchanan County, Missouri 6 9,000 00 

Village of Lorain, Ohio 6 i 8,000 00 

Bushvllle, Illinois 5 7,000 00 

Gunnison County, Colorado 4 6,000 00 

Chaffee County, Colorado 6 6,000 00 

City of Lamar, Missouri 5 5,000 00 

School districts, Nebraska 7 4,85000 

Callon, Ohio 6 4,000 00 

Audrain County, Missouri 6 1,000 00 

Warrants: 

tState of Washington 8 8,234 86 

City of Seattle, Washington 6 81,476 97( 

Bates County, Missouri, treasury.. 6 ' 17,681 68 

Mortgage bonds: 

T. M. 0. A., BnrUngton, Vermont.. 6 800 00 
Burlington & Winooskl Horse B. R. 

Co 6 10,00000 



Book 
value. 



$30,000 00 

6,680 00 

16.500 00 

13,000 00 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 

9,000 00 

8,000 00 

7,000 00 

6,000 00 

6,000 00 

5,000 00 

4,350 00 

4,000 00 

1,000 00 

3,284 86 
31,476 97 
17,681 68 

800 00 

10,000 00 



0FFI0EB8. 

Edward Wells, President; B. B. Smalley, Vice-President 
Auditors — Board of Directors. 
Investing Committee — ^Board of Directors. 

Director*— EJdward Wells, B. B. Smalley, D. W. Boiilnaon» 
E. Henry Powell, A. Ei. Richardson, W. Seward Webb, H. L. Ward. 
Treasurer's bond, $32,000. 



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I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Bnrlington Trust Company at the close of business on 
the 30th day of June, 1902, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

H. L. WARD, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Burlington, Vermont, this 1st day of 
July, A. D. 1902. 

Before me, P. W. ELLIOTT, Notary Public. 



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THE CAPITAL SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, 
MONTPBIilBR. 

Juins 30, 1002. 

BESOX7BCE8. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $260,931 57 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 157,502 76 

Loans on personal security 100,577 76 

Loans on deposit books 2, 193 41 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 10, 175 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 41, 736 78 

Loans on other collateral security 13, 103 22 

Loans to towns, yillages, school districts 59, 623 09 

State, county, dty, town and school bonds 41, 500 00 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

8 shares First National Bank, Montpelier, Vermont 800 00 

5 shares Union Savings Bank and Trust Co., MorrisTiUe, 
Vermont 500 00 

MiscellaneouB assets: 
Furniture and safe deposit boxes 3, 000 00 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, 
Tiz.: 

First National Bank of Montpelier $796 49 

Colonial National Bank of Boston 15, 171 23 

Fourth National Bank of New York 11,913 68 



Gold on hand $1,020 00 

Silver on hand 1,770 50 

Other cash on hand 19, 188 41 



27,881 40 
21.978 91 



Total 1731.503 90 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital paid in $100,000 00 

Due depositors 623,858 90 

Surplus 5, 000 00 

Dividend July 1, 1902 2,500 00 

Dividend unpaid 150 00 



Total $731,503 90 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1902, 1,929. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 1,892. 

Total of their deposits $610,412 08 

Number of depositors non-resident, 37. 

Total of their deposits 13,441 87 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$100,076.11. 
Number of such depositors, 41. 



Total deposits $623,853 90 

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DivuiJKMiiS. 

January 1, 1902, 2^ per cent on stock $2,500 00 

July 1, 1002, 2^ per cent on stock 2,500 00 

January 1, 1902, 1% per cent on deposits. 7,979 2a 

July 1, 1902, 1% per cent on deposits 7,707 66 

Total divldenda for the year $20,686 89 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $1,600 00 

Other salaries : 750 00 

State taxes paid 3,730 78 

All other expenses for the year 2, 321 51 

Total expenses for the year $8,402 29 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Bate per Par Book 

Description. cent value. value. 
Bonds: 

Oygant, Ohio 5 $5,500 00 $5,500 00 

UrichsvlUe, Ohio 6 3,000 00 3,000 00 

Fostoria, Ohio 6 50000 50000 

Hamlet of Lakewood, Ohio.. 5 3,500 00 3,500 00 

City of Kansas City, Kansas 6 8,000 00 8,000 00 

Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan 6 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan 5% 3,000 00 3,000 00 

Otoe County, Nebraska 4^ ; 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Sullivan County, Indiana 6 10, 000 00 10, 000 00 

Massachusetts State 3% 2,000 00 2,000 00 

$41,500 00 $41,500 00 
Bank stock: 
6 shares Union Savings Bank and 

Trust Co., Morrisville, Vermont. . 6 $500 00 $500 00 

S shares First National Bank of 

Montpelier, Vermont 4 80000 80000 

$1,300 00 $1,300 00 

OFFIOEBS. 

Thomas J. Deavltt, President; Albert Johonnott and A. J. Sibley, 
Vice-Presidents. 

Auditors — Board of Directors. 

Investing Committee — ^Board of Directors. 

Directors — ^Thomas J. Deavltt, Albert Johonnott, A. J. Sibley, 
George L. Blanchard, George F. Sibley, Alexander Cochran, Horatio N. 
Taplln. 

Treasurer's bond, $24,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Capital Savings Bank and Trust Company at the close of 
business on the 30th day of June, 1902, according to my best knowledge 
and belief. 

FRANK N. SMITH, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Montpelier, Vermont, this 9th day 
of July, A. D. 1902. 

Before me, EDWARD H. DBAVITT, Notary Public. 



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THB OHSSTEB SAVINOS BANK. CHBSTSB. 
^ JuiTE 30, 1902. 

IUB80T7BCE8. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont ild4i,S4Z OO 

Loans on real estate elseiwhere 112,950 00 

Loans on personal security 10, 868 00 

Loans on deposit books 2, 260 00 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 500 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 5, 800 00 

Loans on other collateral security 3, 352 00 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 5, 150 00 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 77, 400 00 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

43 shares National Bank of Chester 4,300 00 

Gash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 

National Bank of Chester 27,249 13 

Gold on hand $30 00 

Silver on hand 23 22 

Other cash on hand 8,017 00 

3,075 22 

Total $447,747 35 

LIABILITDBS. 

Due depositors $437,439 39 

Surplus fund reserved 7,000 00 

Other surplus 3,307 96 

Total $447 , 747 35 

Whole number of de(positors, June 30, 1902, 1,618. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 1,682. 

Total of their deposits $402,202 43 

Number of depositors non-resident, 81. 

Total of thehr deposits 35,236 96 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,600, in each case, 

$32,417.20. 
Number of such depositors, 19. 

Total deposits $437,430 30 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1902, 1% per cent $6,398 04 

July 1, 1902, 1% per cent 6,710 85 

fTotal dividends for the year $18, 108 89 

l!XPBnSBS. 

Treasurer's salary $720 00 

Other salaries 550 00 

State taxes paid 2,523 38 

All other expenses for the year 449 62 

Total expenses for the year $4,243 OO 

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LIST OF STOCKS AITD BONDS OWNED. 

Bate per Par Book 

Description. cent value. value. 

Allison, Iowa 4 $4,000 00 $4,000 00 

Ashland, Wisconsin 5 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Belmond, Iowa 5 3,000 00 3,000 00 

Benton, lUlnols 6 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Burt Township, Michigan 6 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Corinth, Iowa 6 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Doon, Iowa 6 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Farmington, Iowa 6 3,000 00 3,000 00 

Gladstone, Michigan 5 8,000 00 8,200 00 

Hudson, Iowa 5 2,000 00 2,000 00 

JeffersonvlUe, Indiana 3^ 2,00000 2,000 00 

Kokomo, Indiana 6 3,350 00 3,350 00 

Lexington, Illinois 5 2,500 00 2,700 00 

Lincoln, Nebraska 6 750 00 750 00 

Malcom, Iowa 5 1,600 00 1,000 00 

Gladbrook, Iowa 6 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Ontonagon, Michigan 5 5,000 00 5,300 00 

Ottawa, Ohio 6 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Miliwaukee, Wisconsin 3^ 8,000 00 3,000 00 

New York, New York 3 8,000 00 8,000 00 

Bavenna, Ohio 6 2,500 00 3,000 00 

BockweU, Iowa 4% 5,500 00 5,500 00 

Boscommon €ounty, Michigan 5 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan 5 1, 500 00 1, 500 00 

Shelbyville, Indiana 4% 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Sioux Falls, South Dakota 7 2,500 00 2, 500 00 

South Stillwater, Minnesota 5 2,000 00 2,000 00 

St Louis, Michigan 4 3,000 00 3,000 00 

State of Massachusetts 8 8,000 00 8,000 00 



$76,200 00 $77,400 00 

OFFICEBS. 

F. W. Pierce, President; A. D. L. Herrick, Vice-President. 

Auditors— W. D. Ball, W. L. Gibson, 0. M. Gutterson. 

Investing Committee — F. W. Pierce, A. D. L. Herrick, Atwood 
Sargent, W. L. Havens, O. H. Waterman, W. L. Ware, Sam. Adams, 
H. M. Guild. 

Trustees — F. W. Pierce, A. D. L. Herrick, Atwood Sargent, W. D. 
Ball, W. L. Havens, W. L. Gibson, C. H. Waterman, W. L. Ware, 
Sam. Adams, C. M. Gutterson, H. M. Guild. 

Treasurer's bond, $18,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Chester Savings Bank at the close of business on the 
80th day of June, 1902, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

0. O. FULLAM, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Chester, Vermont, this 8th day of 
July, A. D. 1002. 

Before me, B. A. PARK, Notary Public. 

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THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY. 
ST. JOHNSBUBY. 

Jmns ao, 1902. 

RE80XJBCSB. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $326, 164 5S 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 887, 318 57 

Loans on personal security 296, 652 17 

Loans on deposit books 9,491 89 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 9,063 87 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 26,887 08 

Loans on other collateral security 81,440 29 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 11,201 33 

Loans on bonds as collateral 2, 600 00 

State, county, city, town and school bonds $17, 958 65 

Real estate for banking purposes 60,000 00 

Heal estate by foreclosure 75,408 10 

Bank stock owned (see schedule) 18, 195 00 

Mlscellaneou assets: 

Interest due and accrued 30, 179 08 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, 
via.: 

National Shawmut Bank, Boston |7,620 87 

Chase National Bank, New York 4,524 70 

First National Bank, Concord 15,820 94 

27,966 51 

Gold on hand |1,770 00 

Silver on hand 425 75 

ether cash on hand 18,209 49 

20,406 24 

Total 11,701.022 36 

LIABUJTIBS. 

Capital paid in • 150,000 00 

Due depositors, savings 1,504, 323 49 

Due depositors, business 84,081 19 

Surplus 50, 000 00 

Undivided profits 1 , 647 49 

Taxes, estimated 5, 400 00 

Dividends uni>ald 116 00 

Dividends payable July 1 2,000 00 

Treasurer's checks outstanding 3, 454 19 

Total $1,701,022 86 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1902, 5,032. - 
Number of depositors resident In this State, 4,784. 

Total of their deposits $1,477,211 00 

Number of depositors non-resident, 298. 

Total of their deposits 111,193 68 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$117,833.12. 
Number of such depositors, 48. 

Total deposits $1,588,404 68 

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DITIDENDB. 

January 1, 1902, 4 per cent on stock |2,000 00 

July 1, 1902, 4 per cent, on stock. 2,000 00 

January 1, 1902, 1% per cent, on deposits 23, 675 43 

July 1, 1902, 1% per cent on deposits dl,224 15 

Total dividends for the year $51,799 58 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $1,950 00 

Other salaries 3,581 60 

State taxes paid 10,084 56 

All other expenses for the year , 1,815 72 

Total expenses for the year $17, 381 88 

UST OP STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Bate per Par and book 

Description. cent value. 
Bonds: 

School District No. 84, Knox Ck>unty, Nebraska. 7 $250 00 

School District No. 94, Thayer County, Nebraska 7 1,350 00 
School District No. 54, Hitchcock County, 

Nebraska 7 400 00 

Town of Cozad, Nebraska 7 6,000 00 

City of Elwood, Indiana 6 1,500 00 

Books County, Kansas, refunding 6 1,000 00 

City of Anderson, Indiana, Improvement 6 300 00 

City of Anderson, Indiana, Improvement 6 3,960 00 

Village of Ontonagon, Michigan, refunding.... 5 i 5,000 00 

City of Crete, Nebraska, water 5^ 5,000 00 

County of Lake, Minnesota 6 4,000 00 

Town of Knight, Wisconsin 6 1,000 00 

Village of Calloway, Nebraska 7 1,000 00 

Town of Paulina, Iowa, water. 6 1,000 00 

Township of Grant, Nebraska, refunding 6 8,000 00 

Village of South Whitley, Indiana, water 6 , 6.800 00 

School District No. 24, Lincoln County, Minne- 
sota 5 2,000 00 

School District. Eagle Grove, Iowa 4 5,80000 

City of Colby, Kansas, funding 6 2,000 00 

Warren, Marshall County, Minnesota 5% 2, 500 00 

City of Hammond, Indiana, Improvement .. 6 5,433 28 

City of Clyde, Kansas, water , 6 9,000 00 

City of Paola, Kansas, funding 6 15,000 00 

City of Huron, South Dakota 6 50000 

City of Winnebago, Minnesota, water 6 2, 500 00 

City of Norton, Kansas, refunding 5% 28,000 00 

City of Columbus. Kansas, township 6 20,000 00 

City of Arkansas City, Kansas, j-efundlng 6 18,500 00 

City of Superior. Nebraska, water 5 14,000 00 

City of Coffey vllle. Kansas, water 6 31.000 00 

City of Greenleaf. Kansas, water 6 25,000 00 

School District Xo. 1, Ferry County, Washing- 
ton 5% 15.000 00 

Village of Glouster. Ohio, school 6 5.000 00 

County of Norton. Kansas, refunding 6 19,000 00 

City of Lincoln, Nebraska, paving 6 7,040 00 



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Bate per 
Description. ceat 

City of Seneca, Kansas, water 6 

Town of Newbury, Indiana 6 

yiUase of Paulding, Ohio, refunding 6 

Coles County, Illinois, court-house warrants... 7 



Par and book 
Talue. 

$25,000 00 

1,000 00 

4,0>)0 (K) 

14,125 37 

$317,958 Cr> 



Par 
BanJc stock: value, 

84 shares First National Bank, 8t Johns- 1 

bury, Vermont $8,400 00 

78 shares Merchants National Bank, St 

Johnsbury, Vermont 

80 shares National Bank of Newport, Ver- 
mont 

9 shares Barton (Vermont) National Bank. . 

10 shares New Mexico National Bank, 
Sorocco, New M^dco 



7,300 00 

3,000 00 > 
900 00 

390 00 



Book 
yalue. 



$18,195 00 



$19,990 00 J 
Loans to towns: 

Town of Granby, Vermont $1,283 50 

Town of Victory, Vermont 1,917 83 

Town of Waterford, Vermont 2,000 00 

Town of Newbury, Vermont 6,000 00 



$11,201 S3 



OFFICERS. 



A. L. Bailey, President; George P. Blair. Vice-President 
Auditors— Directors. 
Investing Committee — Directors. 

Directors — ^A. L. Bailey, George P. Blair, 0. M. Chase, D. B. Dens- 
more, James Ritchie, H. N. Stevens, Horace W. Bailey, J. O. Tumbull. 
Treasurer's bond, $40,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Citizensf Savings Bank and Trust Company at the close 
of business on the SOth day of June, 1902, according to my best knowl- 
edge and belief. 

JOHN T. BITCHIB; Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at St Johnsbury, Vermont, this 8th day 
of July, A. D. 1902. 

Before me, GILBBBT S. WOODS, Notary Public 



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THE ENOSBURG FALLS SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST 
COMPANY, BNOSBURG FAIiLrS. 

Jttnb 90, 1902. 

BESOTJRCES. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $37,433 00 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 147,950 00 

Loans on personal security 18, 767 94 

Loans on deposit books 1,960 00 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 7,850 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 17,454 83 

Loans to towns. Tillages, school districts 12, 906 14 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 10,710 18 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Accrued interest 4,014 21 

Furniture and fixtures 300 00 

Cash on deposit in banks, viz.: 

Chase National Bank, New York $32,033 75 

Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Co., Boston. 14, 948 79 
New York State National Bank, Albany. . . . 11,452 40 

68,434 94 

Gold on hand |155 00 

Silver on hand 686 10 

Other cash on hand 10,762 29 

11,608 89 

Total $829,464 63 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in $26,000 00 

Due depositors 299,712 16 

Surplus fund reserved 4, 752 47 

^tai $329, 464 68 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1902, 942. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 932. 

Total of their deposits $296,196 48 

Number of depositors non-resident, 10. 

Total of their deposits 8,616 68 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$84,076.08. 
Number of such depositors, 24. 



Total deposits $299,712 16 

DlviilENDS. 

January 1, 1902, 1\^ per cent $2, 158 98 

July 1, 1902, l%per cent 2,538 68 

Total dividends for the year $4, 697 61 

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EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $900 OO 

Other salaries 312 00 

State taxes paid 1,298 78 

All other expenses for the year 905 25 

Total expenses for the year $3, 416 08 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Bate per Market Par Book 

Description. cent value. value. value. 

Olty of Boston 3% $10, 710 .18 $10, 000 00 $10, 710 18 

OFFICERS. 

O. Merrill, President; H. F. Brlgham, Vice-President 
Auditors— O. W. Gates, Chas. T. Hall, K. A. Paul, L. L. Marsh. 
Investing Committee — Directors. 

Directors— H. F. Brlgham, E. M. Brown, K. A. Paul, Charles T. 
EUai, L. L. Marsh, O. Merrill, 0. W. Gates. 
Treasurer's bond, $16,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Bnosburg Falls Savings Bank and Trust Company at the 
close of business on the 30th day of June, 1902, according to my best 
knowledge and belief. 

F. W. DRAPEB, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Enosburg Falls, Vermont, this 8th 
day of July, A. D. 1902. 

Before me, 

W. H. McAllister, Notary Public, 



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THE FARMERS ANI> MECHiANICS SAVINGS INSTITUTION AND 
TRUST COMPANY, BURLINGTON. 

June 30, 1902. 

resources. 

Loans on real estate In Vermont $13,925 00 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 54, 140 00 

Real estate by foreclosure 8,000 00 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 

Merchants National Bank, Burlington 2, 805 42 

Total $78, 870 42 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in $25,000 00 

Other surplus 3,870 42 

Bills payable 50,000 00 

Total $78, 870 42 

No depositors. 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary and all expenses $1,064 00 

Total expenses for the year $1,064 00 

OFFICERS. 

C. W. Woodhouse, President; T. E. Wales, Vice-President. 
Auditors — ^Board of Trustees. 
Investing Committee — C W. Woodhouse. 

Directors— 0. W. Woodhouse, T. E. Wales, L. E. Woodhouse, 
H. W. Allen, L. G. Woodhouse. 
Treasurer's bond, $10,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Farmers and Mechanics Savings Institution and Trust 
Company at the close of business on the 30th day of June, 1902, accord- 
ing to my best knowledge and belief. 

L. E. WOODHOUSE, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Burlington, Vermont, this 2d day of 
July, A. D. 1902. 

Before me, A. W. HILL, Notary Public. 



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THE FRANKLIN COUNTY SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST 
COMPANY, ST. AliBANS. 

JuiTX 30, 1902. 

BX80UBCES. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $174,151 12 

Loans on personal security. 96,021 81 

Loans on deposit books 890 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 7,416 21 

Loans on other collateral security 2,908 71 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 43,800 66 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 11,000 00 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Interest due and accrued 8,836 60 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 

Welden National Bank, St Albans $340 21 

National Bank of the Republic, Boston.... 7,277 64 

Mercantile National Bank, New York 6,879 66 

New York State National Bank, Albany... 6,981 71 

— — ^— 19 929 22 

Gold on hand $3,440 00 

Silver on hand 702 66 

Other cash on hand 12,647 44 

16.790 09 

Total $373,297 21 

LIABILITISS. 

Capital paid in $60,000 00 

Due depositors 316, 266 87 

Surplus fund reserved 2, 000 00 

Other surplus 3,476 18 

Interest 2,666 16 

Total $373,297 21 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1902, 1,026. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 1,013. 

Total of their deposits $310,484 47 

Number of depositors non-resident, 13. 

Total of their deposits 4,781 40 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,600, in each case, 

$87,614.04. 
Number of such depositors, 19. 

Total deposits . . . . ^ $816,266 87 

DIYIDEinM. 

August 1, 1901, 1% per cent on deposits $1, 718 47 

T'ebruary 1, 1902, 1*H per cent on deposits 2,184 22 

Total dividends for the year $3,847 69 

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EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary and other salaries |1, 508 60 

State taxes paid 1,341 12 

All other expenses for the year 1,936 05 

Total expenses for the year $4,875 67 

LIST OF BOin>S OWNED. 

Bate per 
Description. cent 

€t. Albans, Vt (village)....! 4 

Bt Albans, Vt (town) 4 

Swanton, Vt (town) 8% 

Tacoma, Wash, (city) 5 

$11,000 00 $11,000 00 

ovncEits. 

C. H. Morton, President; A. P. Durkee, Vice-President 
Auditors—^. H. Morton, C. E. Schoff, F. C. Smith. 
Investing Ck>mmlttee — ^Board of Directors. 

Directors — 0. H. Morton, A. P. Dnrkee, 0. B. Schoff, P. 0. Smith, 
Nelson Goodspeed, A. B. Beeman. 
Treasurer's bond, $14,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a tme statement of the con- 
dition of the Pranklin County Savings Bank and Trust Company at 
the close of business on the 30th day of June, 1902, according to my 
best knowledge and belief. 

B. D. WORTHBN, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at the city of St. Albans, Vermont, this 
7th day of July, A. D. 1902. 

Before me, WARREN R. AUSTIN, Notary Public. 



Par 
value. 


Book 
value. 


$1,000 00 
1,000 00 
6,000 00 
8,000 00 


$1,000 00 
1,000 00 
6,000 00 
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THE GRANITE SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, BARRE. 

June 30, 1902. 

resources. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $508, 194 19 

Loans on real estate elsewhere .' 44,608 00 

Loans on personal security 176, 406 96 

Loans on deposit books 486 00 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 2,460 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 80,961 78 

Loans on other collateral security 18, 285 61 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 5, 700 00 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 186,761 06 

Real estate for banking purposes IB, 600 00 

Real estate by foreclosure 11, 869 07 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 
First National Bank, Montpelier, Vermont. . $400 00 
Montpelier National Bank, Montpelier, Ver- 
mont 900 00 

1,300 00 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, 

viz.: 

National Bank of Redemption. Boston. Mass. $24,968 78 

Merchants National Bank, Philadelphia. Pa. 21,042 26 
New York State National Bank, Albany, 

N. Y 3,230 07 

First National Bank, Montpelier, Vt 6,908 89 

55,149 96 

Gold on hand «. $8,360 00 

Silver on hand 3,600 ^^ 

Other cash on hand 40.439 97 

47,400 62 

Total $1,096,946 21 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in $o0,00«^ 00 

Due depositors 1,017.1)37 01 

Surplus fund reserved 10, oOO 00 

Undivided profits 17, 500 20 

Dividend unpaid 3 00 

Dividend payable July 1, 1902, to stockholders 1.500 00 

Total $1,096.940 21 

Whole number of depositors, June 80, 1902, 8.758. 
Number of depositors resident In this State, 3,664. 

Total of their deposits $973,665 63 

Number of depositors non-resident, 94. 

Total of their deposits 44. 271 88 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$186,785.38. 
Number of such depositors, 69. 

Total deposits $1,017,937 01 

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DIYIPXNDB* 

/annaryl, 1902, 1^ per cent on deposits $11,186 31 

J11I7 1, 1902, 1'^ per cent on deposits 10,70d 5S 

/tnnary 1, 1902, 3 per cent on stock 1,500 oa 

J11I7 1, 1902, 3 per cent on stock 1,500 00 

Total dlTidends for the year $24,888 89 

xrps 

Tr^asnrer's salary and other salaries $8,856 76 

State taxes paid 6,750 44 

All oth^ expenses for the year 1,220 46 

Tbtal expenses for the year $11,327 66 



UST OF STOCKS Ain> BOin>s owinsD. 

^description. Bate p^ Far and book 

Bonds: cent. ralue. 

Bellefontalne, Ohio ^ 6 $5,000 00 

Bmlnerd, Minnesota 6 3,000 00 

Bristol, Rhode Island Sf^ 10,000 00 

Clatsop Connty, Oregon 6 10,000 00 

OteTeland, Ohio 4 10,000 00- 

Dnluth, Minnesota 4ft4^ 40,000 00 

toex Junction, Vermont 4 10,000 00 

IndlanapoUs, Indiana 6 851 08 

Jacksonville, Illinois 4 6,000 00 

Johnston, Rhode Island 4 2.000 00- 

Kansas City, Missouri 8^4 12,000 C^) 

Lincoln, Nebraska , 6 5,950 00 

LyndonyUle, Vermont 4 6,000 00 

Manchester, New Hampshire 3% 9,000 00 

Marion, Indiana 6 2,000 00 

Martin's Ferry, Ohio 5 4,500 00 

Owen County, Indiana 6 10,950 00 

Ptene, South Dakota 6 10,000 00 

8tnart, Iowa 4 4,000 00 

l^coma, Washingrton 5 10,000 00 

Walla Walla, Washin^on 4% 10,000 00 

Winimantic, Connecticut 4 5,000 00 



Bank stock: 

4 shares First National Bank, Montpeller, Ver- 
mont 

9 shares Montpeller National Bank, Montpeller, 
•Vermont 



$185,751 08 



$400 00 
900 00 



$1,300 C«0- 

OFFICEBS. 

John Trow, President; H. O. Worthen, Vice-President 
Auditors— A. D. Morse, W. A. Whitcomb, 0. L. Currier, Frank F. 
Oaye. 

InTesting Committee — Directors. 

Directors-nJohn Trow, H. O. Worthen, A. D. Morse, 0. L. Currier,. 
W. A. Whitcomb, Frank F. Cave. 
Treasurer's bond, $34,000. 



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I hereby certify that the foregoing la a true statemeiLt of the con- 
dition <^ the Granite Saying* Bank and Ttast Company at the doM 
of business on the 80th day of Jnne, lOOfi, according to my best knowl- 
edge and belief. 

BL O. WOODEUPF, Treasurer. 

Snbacrlbed and sworn to, at city of Bane, Vermont, this 10th day 
of July, A. D. 1002. 

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THE HARDWICK SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST OOMPANY, 
HARIDWIOK. 

June 30, 1902. 

BBSOUBCS8. 

liOans on real estate in Vermont $166,980 08 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 37,600 OO 

Loans on personal security 109,996 OT 

Loans on deposit books 2,268 45 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 1, 200 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 16, 672 08 

Loans on other collateral security 3,431 66 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 26,310 82 

Miscellaneous assets: 
Interest due and accrued 8,437 47 

Gash on deposit in banks, viz.: 
New York State National Bank, Albany... $26,196 31 

Albany Trust CJompany, Albany 10,000 00 

International Trust Company, Boston 6,106 93 

42.396 24 

Gold on hand $267 60 

Silver on hand 726 60 

Other cash on hand 6,106 06 

7,000 m 

Total $410,271 37 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in $50,000 00 

Due depositors 346,378 30 

Surplus and undivided profits 11,569 60 

Treasurer's checks outstanding 1, 823 67 

Dividend No. 17, July 1, 1902 1,500 00 

Total $410,271 37 

Whole number of depositors, June 80, 1902, 1,616. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 1,677. 

Total of their deposits $320,318 17 

Number of depositors non-resident, 39. 

Total of their deposits 26,060 13 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,600, in each case, 

$25,880.39. 
Number of such depositors, 12. 

Total deposits $345,378 30 

DiriDENDS. 

January 1, 1902, 3 per cent on stock $1, 600 00 

July 1, 1902, 3 per cent on stock 1,500 00 

January 1, 1902, 1% per cent on deposits 3,710 16 

July 1, 1902, V/Cg per cent on deposits 3,862 16 

Total dividends for the year $10,572 31 

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EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary and clerk hire $1,760 00 

Other salaries 640 00 

State taxes paid 2, 101 49 

All other expenses for the year 1 , 237 82 

Total expenses for the year $5, 729 31 

OFFICERS. 

Dorman Brldgeman, President; I. P. Titus, Vice-President 
Auditors — D. Brldgeman, J. H. McLeod. 

Investing Committee — P. Brldgeman, J. H. McLeod, I. P. Titus. 
Directors — D. Bridgeinan. Geo. A. Morse, M. B. Tucker, J. H. 
AIcLeod, L. A. Kent, W. S. Ingalls, T. M. Gallagher, I. P. Titus. 
Treasurer's bond, $16,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Hardwlck Savings Bank and Trust Company at the close 
of business on the 30th day of June, 1902, according to my best 
knowledge and belief. 

W. B. ORANDALL, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Hardwlck, Vermont, this 1st day of 
July, A. D. 1902. 

Before me, FRANK T. TAYLOR, Notary Public. 



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THD HOME SAVINGS BANK, BURLINGTON. 
June 30, 1902. 

BESOURCES. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $55, 158 00 

Loans on • real estate elsewhere 900 00 

Loans on personal security 12, 625 33 

Loans on deposit books 3, 575 00 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 50 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 6,000 00 

Loans on other collateral security 1, 703 30 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 
4 shares Merchants National Bank, Burlington 260 00 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Furniture ?500 00 

Little home savings banks 495 00 

Accrued interest 1, 765 37 

2,760 37 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 

Howard National Bank, Burlington 1, 701 29 

€ash on hand 1,358 20 

Total ?86, 091 49 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors $80,352 47 

"Surplus fund reserved 760 22 

Other surplus 2,973 47 

Interest 5 33 

Due Howard National Bank 2,000 00 

Total $86, 091 49 

TVhole number of depositors. June 30, 1902, 403. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 386. 

Total of their deposits $71,068 10 

Number of depositors non-resident, 17. 

Total of their deposits 9,284 37 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,.500, in each case, 

$8,959.56 
Number of such depositors, 5. 



Total deposits $80,352 47 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1. 1902, 1% per cent $1,312 61 

July 1, 1902, 1% per cent 1,280 19 

Total dividends for the year $2. 592 80 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $520 82 

«tate taxes paid 5.'^9 35 

All other expenses for the year 176 93 

Total expenses for the year $1, 237 10 

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0FFI0EB8. 

O. 6. Isham, President; O. L. Dolan, First Vice-President 

Andltors--J. H. Macomber» O. W. Brownell, Charles D. Warren. 

Investing Ck>mmittee— -O. 8. Isham, Thomas Avbnckle, G. W. 
Brownell, J. H. Macomber, H. W. Tracy, N. K. Brown. 

Trustees — 0. S. Isham, Thomas Arbnckle, 0. W. Brownell, J. BC 
Macomber, H. W. Tracy, H. S. Peck, W. B. Gates, L. 0. Grant, W. H. 
Ebde, Charles D. Warren, N. K. Brown. 

Treasurer's bond, $10,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Home Sayings Bank, Burlington, Vermont, at the close 
of business on the 30th day of June, 1902, according to my best knowl- 
edge and belief. 

N. K. BROWN, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Burlington, Vermont, this 9th day of 
July, A. D. 1902. 

Before me, FRANK BROWN, Notary Public. 



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THE JAMAICA SAVINGS BANK, JAMAICA. : 

June 30, 1902. 

besoubces. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $62, 743 97 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 05, SCo 00 

Loans on personal security 32. 353 83 

Loans on deposit books 7.074 60 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 4. 176 50 

Loans on other collateral security 2, 347 97 

I^ans to towms, villages, school districts 503 62 

Heal estate for banking purposes 500 00 

Real estate by foreclosure 5, 698 98 

Cash on deposit in National Bank, viz.: 

Vermont National Bank, Brattleboro 1. 273 02 

Gold on hand $30 00 

Silver on hand 235 00 

Other cash on hand 2,120 22 

2.385 22 

Total $214,862 71 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors $199, 138 42 

Surplus fund reserved 10,000 00 

Other surplus 5, 724 29 

Total \ . $214,862 71 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1902, 858. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 807. 

Total of their deposits $178,803 06 

Number of depositors non-resident, 51. 

Total of their deposits , 20,334 46 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$18,443.80. 
Number of such depositors, 10. 

Total deposits $199. 138 42 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1902, 1% per cent $3. 293 70 

July 1, 1902, 1% per cent 3.323 90 

Total dividends for the year $6,617 60 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $800 00 

State taxes paid 1,420 22 

All other expenses for the year 812 16 

Total expenses for the year $3,032 38 

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OFFICEB8. 

J. A. Muzzy, President; J. Q. Shumway, Vice-President 

Auditors — J. Q. Shumway, J. A. Muzzy, J. W. Melendy. 

Investing Committee — O. R. Garfield, J. Q. Shumway, J. A, Muzzy, 
J. W. Melendy, M. L. Boynton. 

Trustees— O. R. Garfield, J. W. Taft, U M. Newell, J. W. Gould, 
J. Q, Shumway, J. A. Muzzy, J. W. Melendy, M. L. Boynton. 

Treasurer's bond, $14,000. 

1 hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Jamaica Savings Bank at the close of business on the 
30th day of June, 1902, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

J. C. ROBINSON, Treasure.-. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Jamaica, Vermont, this 7tli day of 
July, A. D. 1902. 

Before me, J. Q. SHUMWAY, Notary I*ubUc. 



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THE LAMOILLE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST 
COMPANY, HYDE PARK. 

June 30, 1902. 

resources. 

Loans on real estate, all in Vermont $386, 217 21 

Loans on personal security, all in Vermont 127, 152 36 

Loans on deposit books, all in Vermont 2,959 25 

Loans with bank stock as collateral, all In Vermont 32,525 07 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 76, 772 16 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts, all in Vermont 2S,545 82 

Town and Tillage bonds, viz.: 

Village of Hardwick, Vermont $20,000 00 

Village of Essex Junction, Vermont 6,000 00 

Town of Bakersfleld Vermont 6, 000 00 

32,000 00 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

Lamoille County National Bank, Hyde 

Park, Vermont $10,000 00 

Union Savings Bank and Trust Co., Morrls- 

ville, Vermont 1,000 00 

Hardwick Savings Bank and Trust Co., 

Hardwick, Vermont 3, 500 00 

Brandon (Vermont) National Bank 6,500 00 

First National Bank, Brandon, Vermont... 4,000 00 
Enosburg Falls (Vermont) Savings Bank 

and Trust Co 1,500 00 

26,500 00 

Cash on deposit in banks, viz.: 

Lamoille County National Bank, Hyde 

Park. Vermont $42,345 38 

State National Bank, Boston, Massachusetts 621 39 

Puritan Trust Co., Boston, Massachusetts.. 121 18 

Morton Trust Co., New York 245 14 

43,333 09 

Silver on hand $41 25 

Other cash on hand 3,478 71 

3,519 96 

Total $759,524 92 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in $50,000 00 

Due depositors 634,363 09 

Surplus fund reserved 50,000 00 

Other surplus 5,16183 

Pue National Banks 20.000 00 

Total $759,524 92 

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Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1902, 2,362. 
Number of depositors resident In this State, 2,267. 

Total of their deposits $590, 7(M 84 

Number of depositors non-resident, 95. 

Total of their deposits 43,598 25 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$105,460.12. 
Number of such depositors, 51. 

Total deposits $634,363 00 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1902, 6 per cent on stock $3,000 00 

July 1, 1902, 6 per cent on stock 3,000 00 

January 1, 1902, 1% per cent on deposits 8.827 54 

July 1, 1902. 1^ per cent on deposits 8,895 10 

Total dividends for the year $23,722 64 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $2,000 00 

Other salaries 5, 113 75 

State taxes paid 4,383 85 

All other expenses for the year 585 78 

Total expenses for the year $12,083 aS 

OFFICERS. 

Carroll S. Page, President; H. M. McFarland, Vice-President. 
Auditors — Board of Directors. 
Investing Committee — Board of Directors. 

Directors— Carroll S. Page, H. M. McFarland, Russell S. Page,. 
S. A. Fife, R. W. Hulburd, O. F. Gates, Arba A. Pike. 
Treasurer's bond, $26,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Lamoille County Savings Bank and Trust Company at 
the close of business on the 30th day of June, 1902, according to my 
best knowledge and belief. 

C. A. KNIGHT, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at tlyde Park, Vermont, this 11th day 
of July, A. D. 1902. 

Before me, E. L. NOYES, Notary Public. 



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THE LUDLOW SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, 
LUDLOW. 

June 30, 1902. 

RESOURCES. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $70, 395 33 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 94, 220 00 

Loans on personal security 103, 180 10 

Loans on deposit books 2, 305 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 5,481 78 

Loans on other collateral security 4, 402 06 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 54,926 3S 

State, county, city, town and school bonds " 96, 000 00 

Heal estate for banking purposes 1, 000 00 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

National Black River Bank $800 00 

Woodstock National Bank 300 00 

KiUington National Bank 2, 000 00 

3,100 00 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 

Bank of New York, N. B. A $18,533 07 

New York State National Bank, Albany.. 7,129 86 

25,602 93 

Silver on hand $1,586 70 

Other cash on hand 7, 469 96 

9,056 66 

Total $469, 730 24 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in $25,000 00 

Oue depositors 415.425 96 

Surplus fund reserved 25, 000 00 

Interest 4.290 28 

I>i vidend unpaid 14 00 

Total $469, 730 24 

W'liole number of depositors. June 30, 1902, 1,954. 
yuml^r of depositors resident in this State, 1,899. 

Total of their deposits $399,739 72 

Xuiiil>**r of depositors non-resident, 55. 

Total of their deposits 15. 686 24 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

XuxMl*<*r of such depositors, 23. 

Total deposits $415,425 96 

DIVIDENDS. 

jskunst ry 1, 1902, 1% per cent on deposits $."», 470 48 

:fuly 1 ' 1902. 1% per cent on deposits 5. (>37 93 

Koar l>^r cent on stock 1.0(X> 00 

Total dividends for the year $12. 108 41 

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EXPENSES. 

Salaries $2 , ()44 00 

State taxes paid 2, 805 21 

All other expenses for the year 483 39 



Total expenses for the year , $5, 332 (M) 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Par Book 

Description. cent. value. value. 
Bonds: 

Ludlow, Vermont, water 4 $1,000 00 $1,000 00- 

Galena, Illinois 4 6,000 00 0,000 00- 

Fort Madison, Iowa 4>^ 5,000 00 5,0<K) 00 

Sandwich, Illinois 6 4,000 00 4.000 00 

Quincy, Illinois 4 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan 5,000 00 5,000 oa 

Onawa, Iowa 3,000 00 3,000 00 

Plymouth, Vermont 4 2,000 00 2.000 00 

Findlay, Ohio 4% «,000 00 3,000 00 

Snohomish County, Washington... 5 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Cicero, Indiana 5 7,000 00 7,000 (X^ 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 3^ 40, 000 00 40. OOO OO 

Crow Wing County, Minnesota.... 4 10,000 00 10,000 00 

$96,000 00 $96,000 00 
Bank stock: 
8 shares National Black River Bank 

of Proctorsville, Vermont $800 00 $S00 00 

3 shares Woodstock National Bank 

of Woodstock, Vermont 300 00 3<)0 00 

20 shares Klllington National Bank 
of Rutland, Vermont 2,000 00 2.000 00 

$3.100 00 $3,100 00 

OFFICERS. 

W. W. Stickney, President; Fred O. Knight, Vice-President. 

Auditors — L. A. Pettigrew, M. A. Ives. 

Investing Committee— W. W. Stickney, F. O. Knight, R. W. Davlos,. 
G. H. Levy, J. A. Dennett, L. A. Pettigrew. 

Directors — W. W. Stickney, F. O. Knight, R. W. Davles, G. H. 
Levy, J. A. Dennett, J. C. Coolidge, H. A. Hannum, M. A. Ives, L. A. 
Pettigrew. 

Treasurer's bond, $18,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Ludlow Savings Bank and Trust Company at the close 
of business on the 30th day of June, 1902, according to my best knowl- 
edge and belief. 

R. W. DAVIES, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Ludlow, Vermont, this 2d day of July 
A. I). 1902. 

Before me, HOMER L. SKEELS, Notary Public. 



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THE LYNDON SAVINGS BANK, LYNDONVII/LE. 
June 30, 1902. 

RE60UBCES. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $00, 435 73 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 223,030 00 

Loans on personal security 17, 700 45 

Loans on deposit books 225 00 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 3. 700 00 

Loans with mortjiragcs as collateral 420 00 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 5. 608 83 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 91.400 00 

Real estate for banking purposes 7, 146 62 

Real estate by foreclosure 7.087 32 

Bank stock owned 22. GOO 00 

Cash on deposit in National Bank» viz.: 

Lyndonville National Bank 37.419 85 

Total $476,779 80 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors $463,787 9G 

Surplus fund reserved 9, 500 00 

Interest 3,491 81 

Total $476 , 779 80 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1902^ 2,283. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 2,235. 

Total of their deposits $450,399 84 

Number of depositors non-resident, 48. 

Total of their deposits 13.388 15 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$28,180.01. 
Number of such depositors, 17. 



Total deposits $463,787 99 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1902, 1% per cent $6,394 97 

July 1, 1902, 1% per cent 6.436 44 

Total dividends for the year $12,831 41 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $900 00 

State taxes paid 3,094 35 

All other expenses for the year 1,003 24 

Total expenses for the year $4,997 59 

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LIBT OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Par Book 

Description. cent value. vaiue. 

Bonds: 

Lalce View, Cook County, Illiuols, 
school 5 $3,000 00 $3,000 lO 

City of Superior, Wisconsin, im- 
provement 5 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Port Washington, Wisconsin, school 5 1,900 00 1,900 Oi» 

City of Seattle, Washington, re- 
funding 5 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Armstrong Grove. Iowa, school 5 1,000 00 1,000 00 

City of Lincoln, Nebraska, refund- 
ing 4 5,00000 5,00000 

Allen County, Indiana, court-house 3% 5,000 00 5,000 00 

City of Galena, Illinois, electric 
light 4 5,00000 5,00000 

Atlantic City, Iowa, refunding 3% 5,000 00 5,000 Oj> 

City of Milo, Iowa, school 4 4,500 00 4,500 00 

City of Seattle, Washington, school 4% 30,000 00 80,000 00 

Spokane County, Washington, court 
house 6 1,000 00 1,000 ^> 

City of Jefferson ville, Indiana, re- 
funding 3% 5,000 00 5,00000 

Walla Walla County, Washington, 
refunding 4 15,000 00 15,000 00 

Newmarket, Iowa, school 4 3,000 00 3.000 00 

$91,400 00 $91,400 00 
Bank stock: 

88 shares Merchants* National, St. 
Johnsbury 4 $8.800 00 $8,800 0!» 

48 shares First National, St Johns- 
bury 5 4,800 00 4,80000 

57 shares LyndonvlUe National, 

LyndonviUe 6 5,700 00 5,700 00 

23 shares Barton National, Barton. 5 2,300 00 2,300 00 

10 shares National Bank of Lyndon, 
Vermont 6 1,000 00 1,000 00 

$22,000 00 $22,600 00 

OFFICERS. 

I. W. Sanborn, President; J. W. Copeland, Vice-President 
Auditors — Trustees. 
Investing Committee — IVustees. 

Trustees— I. W. Sanborn, J. W. Copeland, H. F. Plllsbury, A. L. 
Ingalls, Charles Ingalls, A. F. Howland, Charles Rogers. 
Treasurer's bond, $18,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Lyndon Savings Bank at the close of business on the dOth 
day of June, 1902, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

I. S. PE5ARL, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at LyndonviUe, Vermont, this 2d day of 
July, A. D. 1902. 

Before me, LUTHER B. HARRIS, Notary PobUc. 



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THE MARBLE SAVINGS BANK, RUTLAND. 
June 30, 1902. 

besources. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $192, 2S2 63 

Loans on real estate elsewhere : . 431, 869 00 

Loans on personal security 8, 380 00 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 5, 700 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 650 00 

Loans on other collateral security 180 08 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 155, 589 28 

Real estate by foreclosure 63,000 00 

Bank stock owned 32, 500 00 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, tIz.: 

Rutland County National Bank $1,718 34 

Morton Trust Company, New York 36, 066 31 

37,784 65 

Silver on hand $326 90 

Other cash on hand 13, 436 35 

13,763 25 

Total $941 , 698 89 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors $900,016 34 

Surplus fund reserved 40,000 00 

Other surplus 1,682 55 

Total $941, 698 89 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1902, 3,528. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 3,396. 

Total of their deposits $859,699 14 

Number of depositors non-resident, 130. 

Total of their deposits 40,317 20 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$110,762.50. 
Number of such depositors, 40. 

Total deposits $900,016 34 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1902, 1% per cent on deposits $12, 878 64 

July 1, 1902, 1% per cent on deposits 13,097 49 

Total dividends for the year $25,976 13 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary and other salaries $2, 600 00 

State taxes paid 5,951 28 

All other expenses for the year 1, 754 21 

Total expenses for the year $10, 305 49 

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LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Par and 

Description. cent book ralue* 

Massachusetts, state 3 $40,000 00 

Toledo, Ohio, city 4% 25.000 00 

Lincoln, Nebraska, city 6 20,000 00 

Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, city 3% 20. 000 00 

Wooster, Ohio, city 6 10,000 00 

Superior, Wisconsin, city 5 5.000 00 

Sioux City, Iowa, city 6 4,<»0 00 

Pacific County, Oregon, school 7 5.000 00 

Holt County, Nebraska, school 7 122 00 

Thurston County, Washington, warrants 8 9,9<)9 U 

Stevens County, Washington, warrants 8 4,595 51 

Snohomish County, Washington, warrants 8 3,1>42 06 

Jefferson County, Washington, warrants 8 3,191 TT 

Whatcom County, Washington, warrants 8 2.H23 30 

Lewis County, Washington, warrants 8 1, 746 97 

Island County, Washington, warrants 8 3io 51 

Yakima County, Washington, warrants 8 83 05 



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OFFICERS. 



J. N. Woodfin, President; C. E. Ross, Vice-President 

Auditors— C. E. Ross, H. A. Smith, J. N. Woodfin. 

Investing Committee— J. D. Miller, E. C. Lewis, J. N. Woodfin, G. 
L. Rice, C. E. Ross, E. L. Temple. 

Ti-ustees— J. N. Woodfin, C. E. Ross, E. C. Lewis, J. D. Miller, W. 
R. Page, G. L. Rice, L. G. Kingsley, W. F. Otis, H. A. Smith, W. A. 
Patrick, E. L. Temple. 

Treasurer's bond, $30,000. 

1 hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Marble Savings Bank at the close of business on the 30th 
day of June, 1902, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

E. L. TEMPLE, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Rutland, Vermont, this 1st day of July, 
A. D. 1002. 

Before me, GEORGE L. RICE, Notary Public. 



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THE MOXTPELIER SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, 
MONTPEL.IER. 

June 30, 1902. 

BE80UBCE8. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $433. 55:^ 04 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 627,943 10 

Loans on personal security 91, 54r» 48 

I^ans on deposit booli^s 047 50 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 7, 150 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 27.350 <X) 

Loans on other collateral security 9, 695 92 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 14,80(5 68- 

United States bonds 3.800 00 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 1,054,434 06 

Real estate by foreclosure 24, 700 <X) 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

First National, Montpelier $17, 600 00 

Montpelier National, Montpelier 12. 200 (M> 

Waterbury National, Waterbury 13,040 00 

National Bank of Barre 9, 400 00 

(iranite Savings Bank and Trust Co 1,000 00 

Enosburg Falls Savings Bank and Trust Co. 1,000 00 

Fourth National Bank, Boston 5.000 00 

National White River, Bethel 1, 000 00 

60,240 <» 

Cash on deposit in banks, viz.: 

First National, Chicago $22, 159 6S 

Hanover National, New York 62,553 08 

P'ourth National, Boston 37, 4a3 48 

New York State National, Albany 11 , 776 91 

National Bank of Barre 7,016 04 

First National, Montpelier 4. 801 61 

Montpelier National, Montpelier 392 15 

Waterbury National, Waterbury 6. 604 88 

152.857 .S3 

Cash on hand 44, 157 90 

Total $2. 552. 882 20 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in $.50,000 <X> 

Due depositors 2, 438. 851 98 

Surplus and undivided profits 58, 104 04 

Treasurer's checks : 3. 92(5 18 

Dividend (49th) 2,000 00 

Total $2,552,882 20 

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Wholft number of depositors. June 30, 1002, 6.972. 
Nninber of depositors resident in this State, (5,S19. 

Total of tlielr dei>osita $2,364, 174 97 

Xunil)er of depositors non-resident 153. 

Total of their deposits 74.677 01 

Amount of deposits exceedinjr $1,500, in each case, 

.•5478,600.81. 
Number of such depositors, 175. 



Total deposits $2,438,851 98 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1902, V/j per cent on deposits $30, 514 75 

July 1, 1902, V<2 per cent on deposits 31.405 56 

January 1, 19(^2, 4 per cent on stock 2.000 00 

July 1, 1902, 4 per cent on stock 2,000 00 

Total dividends for the year $65,920 31 

EXPENSES. 

State taxes paid $13,813 76 

All other expenses for the year 18, 996 29 

Total expenses for the year $32, 810 05 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Par and 

Description. cent. book value. 

Areola, Illinois 5 $8,000 00 

Astoria, Oregon 6 12,000 00 

Atlantic, Iowa 5 3, 500 00 

Bay City, Michigan 8 500 00 

Bement, Illinois 5 5,500 00 

Bessemer, Michigan « 4,000 00 

Bridgeport, Connecticut 4 25, 000 00 

Brooklyn, Ohio 6 10,000 00 

Bonaparte. Iowa 4 7.000 00 

Buffalo Centre, Iowa 6 4,200 00 

Cambridge, Ohio 6 4.000 00 

Cascade, Iowa 5 3.000 00 

Chadron, Nebraska 7 8.000 00 

Clear Lake, Iowa 6 15.500 00 

Centralia. Iowa 5 5, 000 00 

Chicago, Illinois 4&5 20,000 00 

Connersville, Iowa 6 10,000 00 

Columbus, Ohio 4 1,000 00 

Correctionville, Iowa 5 5. 000 00 

Coon Rapids, Iowa 6 3.5(X) 00 

Coshocton, Ohio 15.000 00 

Cook County, Illinois 4 10.000 00 

Clay County, Indiana 15, .".00 00 

Clinton, Iowa 6 2. 873 18 

Dalles, Oregon 6 10.000 00 

Danville, Illinois 5 32. 000 00 

Dayton, Ohio 5 5.500 00 

Decatur, ^fichigan .• 5 4, 000 00 

Defiance, Ohio 6 4.000 00 

Des Moines. Iowa 4 20, 000 00 

Dennison, Ohio 6 3.000 00 

Duluth, Minnesota ^K&5 15. 000 00 

Eldorado, Kansas 6 10.000 00 



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Rate per Par and book 

Description. cent. value. 

Edwards County, Kansas 7 |4,000 OO 

Eldon, Iowa 6 5,000 00 

Elwood, Indiana 6 10,000 00 

Evart, Michigan 5 2,000 00 

Evergreen Park, Illinois 6 4,000 00 

Evergreen Park, Iowa 6 2,000 00 

Fairmount, Indiana 6 5,300 00 

Foi-est City, Iowa 6 900 00 

Findlay, Ohio 6 2,500 00 

Greenville, Ohio 6. 5,000 00 

Griswold, Iowa 6 4,750 00 

Glidden, Iowa 4 6,000 00* 

Goodland, Iowa 6 2,400 00 

Hammond, Indiana 6 3,241 04 

Hawarden, Iowa 6 5,000 00- 

Hamilton County, Illinois 4^^ 17,000 00 

Hamburg, Iowa 5 5,406 00 

Highgate, Vermont 4% 5,000 00 

Hitchcock County, Nebraska 7 4, 500 00 

Hopkins, Missouri 6 5,000 00 

HIgginsville, Missouri 6 9,000 (X) 

Huntington, Indiana 6 1,000 00 

Iowa City, Iowa 8,000 00 

Iron Mountain, Michigan 6 5,000 00 

Ithaca, Michigan 5 2,000 OO 

Jersey City, New Jersey 5 10,000 00 

Jonesboro, Indiana 6 7,500 00 

Kansas City, Missouri 4 1,000 00> 

Kingsley, Iowa 4 2,500 00 

Kokomo. Indiana 6 10,000 00 

Lapel, Indiana 5 3,500 0(> 

Lake City, Iowa 6 8,000 00 

Lake City, Minnesota 6 6,000 0<> 

La Harpe, Illinois 6 4,000 00 

La Salle, Illinois 5 2,500 00- 

Logan, Iowa 5 5,000 00 

Leavenworth County, Kansas 5 5, 000 00 

Lemont Illinois 6 2,000 OO 

Lena, Illinois 6 8,000 oa 

Luveme, Minnesota 6 3,000 00 

Madison City, South Dakota 6 1.000 00 

Malvern, Ohio 6 4.000 00 

Martins Ferry, Ohio 5 10,000 00 

Manson, Iowa 6 1,000 00 

Maumee. Ohio 5 32,000 00 

Massachusetts State 3% 45,000 OO 

Mlamisburg, Ohio 6 1,000 00 

Montpeller, Indiana 6 5,0(X> 00 

Morris County, Kansas 6 10,000 00 

Montgomery County, Kansas 6 3, 600 00 

Muskegon, Michigan 5 0. 000 00 

Muskegon Heights, Michigan 5 8,000 00 

Moulton, Iowa 5 6, 000 00 

Montlcello. Indiana 6 3.400 00 

Neosho, Missouri 6 7, 500 00 

Nevada, Missouri . . . : .'> 7, 500 00 

New Hampshire State 6 1 . 500 00 

New York City, New York ^Vj 100.000 00 



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Rate per Par and book 

Description. cent. value. 

New York City, New York 5 ^,000 00 

New Castle, Indiana G 6,0iK) Oi» 

Newton County, Indiana 5, 67C 5.j 

Nebraska schools 15. 122 W 

Norway, Michigan i\ 8,000 0> 

Oak Harbor, Ohio 1,500 00 

Odebolt, Iowa 4 6,200 0»> 

Omaha, Nebraska 5 7,000 0) 

Park Rapids, Minnesota 6 3, 500 O^J 

Prairie City. Iowa 6 1.000 00 

Pierce County, Washington 6 24,000 00 

Pipestone, Minnesota 6 10,500 OU 

Piqua, Ohio 6 10,000 00 

Plymouth, Indiana 5 5.000 0») 

Port Townsend, Washington 6 6,000 00 

Pulaski County, Indiana 12,804 39 

Quincy, Michigan 5 7,000 W 

Richmond, Michigan 5 2.000 00 

Richmond, Vermont 4 8,000 00 

Rockwell, Iowa 7.000 00 

Rock Valley, Iowa 3,900 Oi> 

Rochester, Michigan 5 5.000 00 

Sauk Rapids, Minnesota 3,500 Ot^ 

Schallcr, Iowa 5 4.50i> 00 

Salt Lake 5 6,000 (K) 

Seattle. Washington r» 5,000 00 

Sioux Rapids, Iowa 6 2,500 00 

Snohomish County, Washington 6 5,000 00 

South Milwaukee, Wisconsin 5 1,500 00 

South Omaha 8 10,000 00 

Tacoma, Washington 5 10,000 Of» 

Tacoma, Washington 4% 15,000 0(^ 

Thorntown, Indiana 6 4,900 0*^ 

Tolono, Illinois 6 2,700 0>3 

Troy, Vermont 4 9.500 0<^ 

Walla Walla, Washington 5 & 6 25.000 00 

Walnut, Iowa 6 1.500 00 

Washington, Ohio 6 1.00000 

Waukegan, Iowa 6 5.000 Of^ 

Wellston, Ohio r> 3.000 00 

West Duluth, Minnesota fi 10,000 0i> 

West Liberty, Iowa 5 7,500 Oi> 

Whiting, Iowa 5 1.500 00 

Wichita. Kansas 5 1,000 O'^ 

Woodbine, Iowa 5 4, 500 (X> 

Wooster, Ohio 10.000 00 

Yakima, Washington 6 Q.OOO OO 



$1,054,434 06 

OFFICERS. 

James W. Brock, President; L. Bart Cross, Vice-President. 

Auditors — Trustees. 

Investing Committee — Trustees. 

Trustees— James W. Brock, L. Bart Cross, Albert W. Ferrin, Mel- 
Tille E. Smilie, William W. Brock. 
Treasurer's bond, $00,000. 



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1 hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Montpelier Savings Bank and Trust Company at the close 
of business on the 30th day of June, 1902. according to my best knowl- 
edge and belief. 

ALBERT W. FERRIN, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Montpelier, Vermont, this 11th day of 
July, A. D. 1902. 

Before me, CHARLES A. LOWE. Notary Public. 



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THE NORTHFIELD SAVINGS BANK, NORTHFIELD. 
June 30, 1902. 

BESOURCES. 

Loans on i-eal estate in Vermont $187,200 56 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 206, 105 00 

Loans on personal security 3(>.8<?9 T7 

Loans on deposit books 4,015 21 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 6,300 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 8,942 73 

rx>ans on other collatei'al security 20, 725 00 

Loans to towns, yillages, school districts 10,808 (» 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 83,800 00 

Real estate by foreclosure 4,319 39 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

3 shares Orleans Trust Co $300 00 

92 shares Northfleld National 9,20000 

2« shares First National, Montpelier 2,600 00 

8 shares Randolph National 800 00 

12,900 OO 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 

Northfleld National Bank $11,865 37 

American Loan and Trust Co., Boston 1,130 91 

13,005 2S 

Cash on hand 2,030 84 

Total $509,027 S4 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors $o39, 515 19 

Surplus fund reserved 47, 888 Sil 

Other surplus 11.623 81 

Total $599,027 SS 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1902, 1,816. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 1,712. 

Total of their deposits $499,911 OG 

Number of depositors non-resident, 102. 

Total of their deposits 39.604 13 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$108,323.03. 
Number of such depositors, 62. 



Total deposits $539,515 19 



DIVIDENDS. 



January 1, 1902, 1% per cent $8,377 71 

July 1. 1902, 1% per cent 8, 807 81 

Total dividends for the year $17. 185 7*2 

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EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary ^1, 500 00 

Other salaries 450 00 

State taxes paid 3,787 76 

All other expenses for the year •■ 937 73 



Total expenses for the year $6, 675 49 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Bate pep Par and 

Description. cent book value. 

State of Massachusetts, water 9^ |6,000 00 

State of Massachusetts, grade crossing 9^ 5,000 00 

Hamilton County, Illinois, funding 4^ 5,000 00 

Allen County, Indiana, court house 3^ 5,000 00 

Ciy of Pontlac, Michigan, water 4 6,000 00 

City of Superior, Wisconsin, improvement 5 5,600 00 

City of Taunton, Massachusetts, sewer 4 3,000 00 

City of Blufifton, Indiana, sewer 6 2,200 00 

City of St Paul, Minn<esota, board of education. 4^ 1,000 00 

City of Duluth, Minnesota, funding 4% 5, 000 00 

City of Tacoma, Washington, water and light. . 5 5,000 00 

Oity of Council Bluffs, Iowa, refunding 4% 2, 500 00 

City of Jeffersonvilte, Indiana, refunding 3^ 2,000 00 

Town of New Hartford, Iowa, improvement... 6 1,000 00 

Town of Sabula, Iowa, sewer 5 2,500 00 

Town of Gladbrook, Iowa, water 6 2,000 00 

School District No. 81, Clay County, Minnesota. 6 2,000 00 

School District, Bast Waterloo, Iowa 4 5, 000 00 

School District, Luveme, Minnesota 6 5,000 00 

School District No. 81, Spokane County, Wash- 
ington 6 5,000 00 

Village of Northfield, Vermont, Ught 4 10,000 00 

«83,800 00 

OFFIGEBS. 

Andrew B. Denny, President; Edwin K. Jones, Vice-President 
Auditors — J. L. Moseley, Frank Plumley, W. W. Holden. 
Investing Committee — ^Trustees. 

Trustees — ^Andrew B. Denny, Edwin K. Jones, Frank Plumley, 
Charles M. Davis, Heber C. Cady, John L. Moseley, William W. Holden. 
Treasurer's bond, $20,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con* 
dition of the Northfield Savings Bank at the close of business on the 
dOth day of June, 1902, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

H. C. CADY, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Northfield, Vermont this 8th day of 
July, A. D. 1902. 

Before me, GEORGE O. SANBOBN, Notary Public. 

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THE ORLEANS TRUST COMPANY, NEWPORT. 
June 80, 1902. 

RESOUBCES. 

Loans on real estate In Vermont 1220,420 87 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 31, 327 55 

Loans on personal security 126,667 80 

Loans on deposit books 2, 470 00 

lioans with mortgages as collateral 12, 063 00 

Loans on other collateral security 13, 524 00 

Loans to towns, ylUages, school districts 7, 882 62 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 23,118 50 

Real estate by foreclosure 12, 60*^ 00 

Bank stock owned* viz.: 

National Bank of Newport $1,000 00 

Island Pond National Bank 1,000 00 

2,000 00 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Furniture and fixtures 1,000 00 

Gash on deposit In Banks, viz.: 

National Bank of Newport $5,514 43 

First National Bank, Concord, N. H 7,364 98 

New York State National Bank, Albany 6.596 44 

Eiastern Townships Bank 8,887 72 

23,365 57 

Gold on hand $75 00 

Silver on hand 1,606 65 

Other cash on hand 7,990 27 

9,671 92 

Total $495 , 710 92 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in $50,000 00 

Due depositors 432,212 59 

Surplus 7.862 26 

Due other banks 4,899 61 

Treasurer's checks 414 46 

Dividend checks 322 00 

Total $495,710 92 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1902, 1,870. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 1,795. 

Total of their deposits $421,488 40 

Number of depositors non-resident, 75. 

Total of their deposits 10,724 19 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$36,697. 
Number of such depositors, 17. 



Total deposits $432,212 59 

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DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1902, V^ per cent on depoelts $5, 007 52 

July 1, 1902, 1'^ per cent on deposits 5, 100 14 

January 1, 1902, 2 per cent on «tock 1,000 00 

July 1, 1902, 2 per cent on stock * 1,000 00 

Total dividends for the year *12,157 66 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary |1, 100 00 

Other salaries 1, 173 40 

State taxes paid 2»658 86 

Ail ether expenses for the year 3, 806 74 

Total expenses for the year $8,738 50 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Par Book 

Description. cent value. value. 

€ity of Chicopee, Mass 3% $5,000 00 $5, 341 00 

Tbwn of Bristol, R. 1 3% 6,000 00 6,277 50 

City of New York 3^ 6,000 00 6,000 00 

City of Omaha 4% 6,000 00 6,000 00 

Warrants of Foster County, N. D.. .. 1,60000 1,60000 

National Bank of Newport 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Island Pond National bank 1,000 00 1,000 00 

OFFICEBS. 

C. A. Prouty, President; Seymour Lane, Vice-President. 
Auditors — Directors. 
Investing Committee — Directors. 

Directors — C. A. Prouty, Seymour Lane, O. C. Miller, S. R. Davis, 
G. H. Prouty. 

Treasurer's bond, $18,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
<iit1on of the Orleans Trust Company at the close of business on the 
30th day of June, 1902, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

F. S. TINKHAM, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Newport, Vermont, this 7th day of 
July, A. D. 1902. 

Before me, 0. A. BROWN, Notary Public. 



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THE OTTAUQUECHBE SAVINGS BANK, WOODSTOCK. 
Jttnb 90, 1902. 

BESOUBCES. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont |164, 516 84 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 606, 166 27 

Loans on personal security 27,011 49 

Loans on deposit books 3, 200 35 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 6,000 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 970 00 

Loans on other collateral security 5, 225 00 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 6,261 10 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 356,839 00 

Real estate for banking purposes 17,900 38 

Real estate by foreclosure 6, 945 00 

Cash on deposit in Banks, viz.: 

Morton Trust Company, New York $24,723 30 

National Bank of Commerce, Boston 5,740 24 

Woodstock National Bank 43,531 80 

73,995 34 

Silver on hand $19 46 

Other cash on hand 4,600 00 

4,619 46 

Total $1,279,650 22 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors $1,195,829 80 

Surplus fund reserved 40,000 00 

Other surplus 23.999 43 

Dividend, July 1, 1902 19,820 90 

Total $1,279,650 22 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 19(l2, 3,557. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 3,287. 

Total of their deposits $1,072,999 65 

Number of depositors non-resident, 270. 

Total of their deposits 122,830 15 

Amount of deposits exceeeding $1,500, in each case, 

$194,751.04. 
Number of such depositors, 100. 

Total deposits $1,195,829 80 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1902, 1% per cent $19,378 23 

July 1, 1902, 1% per cent 19,820 99 

Total dividends for the year $39, 109 22 

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EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $2,000 00 

Other salaries 000 00 

State taxes paid 8,312 43 

All other expenses for the year 2, 116 07 

Total expenses for the year $13,028 50 

UST OF STOCKS A17D BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Par Book 

Description. cent value. value. 

NewYorkCity 3 $40,000 00 $40,000 00 

State of Massachusetts 3 25,000 00 25,000 00 

Johnson County, Iowa 3% 25,000 00 25,000 00 

Chillicothe, Missouri 4 25,000 00 25,000 00 

Brldgewater, Vermont 5 11,500 00 11,500 00 

Coldwater, Michigan 5 10,500 00 10,500 00 

Council Bluffs, Iowa 4% 10,000 00 10,000 00 

Winfield, Kansas 5 14,000 00 14,000 00 

Lorain, (Miio 5 10,000 00 10,000 00 

Columbiana, Ohio 5 10,000 00 10,000 00 

Newton, Iowa 4 16,000 00 16,000 00 

Clarinda, Iowa 4 10,000 00 10,000 00 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa 3% 10,000 00 10,000 00 

Wellston, Ohio 5 8,00 000 8,000 00 

Orange City, Iowa 4% 8,000 00 8,000 00 

La Harpe, Illinois 4% 8,000 00 8,000 00 

PauUina, Iowa 4 8,000 00 8,000 00 

East Liverpool, Ohio 6 6,000 00 5,000 00 

St. Mary's, Ohio 6 6,000 00 6,000 00 

Independence, Missouri 5 6,000 00 6, 000 00 

Primghar, Iowa 4 6,000 00 6,000 00 

Lenox, Iowa 4 6,000 00 6,000 00 

Fostoria, Ohio 5 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Pipestone, Minnesota 6 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Montlcello, Iowa 4 7,600 00 7,500 00 

Coon Rapids, Iowa 4 6,500 00 5,500 00 

West Bend, Iowa 4 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Jewell Junction, Iowa 4^ 4,500 00 4,500 00 

Lake City, Iowa 4% 4,700 00 4,700 00 

Seville. Ohio 5 4,000 00 4,000 00 

Hospers, Iowa 4 3,800 00 3,800 00 

Spirit Lake, Iowa 6 3,300 00 3,300 00 

Sleepy Eye, Minnesota 5 3,000 00 3,000 00 

Logan, Iowa 4 6,600 00 6,600 00 

Tingley, Iowa 4 3,500 00 3,500 00 

Council Bluffs, Iowa 6 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Summitville, Indiana 6 2,000 00 2, 000 00 

Fairmount, Indiana 6 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Little Sioux, Iowa 4 1,550 00 1,550 00 

Van Miter, Iowa 4 1,500 00 1,500 00 

Laketon, Michigan 5 1,164 00 1,164 00 

Mantua, Ohio 5% 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Henderson, Iowa 6 1,500 00 1,500 00 

Windsor, Vermont 4 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Joplin, Missouri 6 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Clearfield, Iowa 4 80000 80000 



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Rate per Par Book 

Description. cent value. yalue. 

Mame, Iowa 5 9600 00 |600 00 

Persia, Iowa 6 700 00 700 0(> 

Table Grove, Illinois 6 60000 5000O 

Holt County, Nebraska 7 125 00 125 00 



$356,839 00 $356,839 OO 



OFFICEBS. 



F/ S. Mackenzie, President; Alvin Hatch, Vice-President 

Auditors— William S. Heweftt, F. 0. Southgate, William S. Dewey. 

Investing Committee — F. S. Mackenzie, Alvin Hatch, Charles H. 
Maxham, J. W. Parker, Charles F. Chapman. 

Trustees— F. S. Mackenzie, Alvin Hatch, Charles H. Maxham, 
Henry W. Walker, William S. Dewey, J. W. Parker, William S. Hewett, 
Frederick C. Southgate, Charles F. Chapman. 

Treasurer's bond, $32,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing Is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Ottauquechee Savings Bank at the close of business on the- 
80th day of June, 1902, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

CHARLES F. CHAPMAN, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Woodstock, Vermont, this 10th day or 
July, A. D. 1002. 

Before me, H. C. CUSHING, Notary Public. 



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THE PASSUMPSIC SAVINGS BANK, ST. JOHN9BUBY. 
JuNB 90, 1902. 

BE80USCES. 

Loans on real estate In Vermont 9434,423 02 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 452, 570 40 

Loans on personal security 127, 189 44 

Loans on deposit books. 3, 819 23 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 20,947 45 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 33, 340 13 

Loans on other collateral security 575 00 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 10,487 25 

United States bonds 11,000 00 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 436,371 06 

Beal estate for banking purposes 12,000 00 . 

Beal estate by foreclosure 77,983 40 

Bank stock owned (see schedule) 47, 100 00 

Premium on United States bonds 3,025 00 

Gash on deposit in banks: 

Phrst National, St. Johnsbury $7,256 46 

Merchants' National, St. Johnsbury 4,941 61 

Citizens' Trust Co., St Johnsbury 1,331 51 

National Park, New York 8,239 78 

Barton National, Barton 390 51 .1 

Newport National, Newport 1,268 35 t 

Caledonia National, Danville 55 10 

Newbury National, Wells River 676 65 

Derby Line National, Derby Line 511 00 

24,670 97 

Gold on hand $2,500 00 

Silver on hand 832 00 

Other cash on hand 12,528 91 

Cash in hands collection agents 8,968 75 * 

24,829 66 

Total $1,719,332 10 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors $1,665,842 71 

Surplus fund reserved 43, 800 00 

Other surplus 9,689 39 

Total $1,719,332 10 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1902, 6,308. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 5,857. 

Total of their deposits $1,527,577 33 

Number of depositors non-resident, 451. 

Total of their deposits 138, 265 38 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$156,899. 
Number of such depositors, 80. 

Total deposits $1,665,842 71 

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DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1902, 1% per cent $24,182 57 

July 1, 19()2, 1% per cent 24,005 86 

Total dividends for the year ^8, 188 43 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $2,000 00 

Other salaries 3,498 46 

Slate taxes paid 11,283 81 

All other expenses for the year 2, 137 01 

Total expenses for the year $18,919 28 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

State, county, city and school 
bonds. 

Bate per Par Book 

Description. cent. value. value. 

St. Johnsbairy, Vermont, village 4% $8,000 00 $8,000 00 

Alexis, Illinois, village 6 1,600 00 1,500 00 

Arthur, Illinois, school 5 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Aurora, Illinois, improvement 6 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Carterville, Illinois, school 4 2,00000 2,00000 

Chicago, Illinois, sanitary 5 30,000 00 30,000 00 

Chicago, Illinois, school 5 3,000 00 3,000 00 

East St. Louis, Illinois, school 5 3,000 00 3,000 00 

Marshall, Illinois, school 6 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Piano, Illinois, school 6 5,00000 5,00000 

Vienna, Illinois, school 6 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Woodhull, Illinois, water 5 7,000 00 7,000 00 

East Peoria, Illinois, school 5 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Auburn, Indiana, water 5% 6,000 00 6,000 00 

Connersvllle, Indiana, water 6 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Edinburg, Indiana, water 6 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Bensselaer, Indiana, school. 6 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Washington, Indiana, funding 6 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Wooodruff rtaee, Indiana, water 

and light 6 7,400 00 7,400 00 

Tipton, Indiana, electric light 6 3,00000 3,00000 

Akron, Iowa, refunding 4 4,000 00 4,000 00 

Calhoun County, Iowa, drainage... 7 4,000 00 4,000 00 

Dyersville, Iowa, engine house.. ... 6 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Klngsley, Iowa, water 6 6,000 00 6,000 00 

Lake City, Iowa, water 6 3,500 00 3,500 00 

Minden, Iowa, water 6 2,375 00 2,375 00 

Olln, Iowa, water 5 4,400 00 4,400 00 

Truro, Iowa, school 5 2,500 00 2,500 00 

.A^rgentine, Kansas, school 6 9,000 00 9,000 00 

Coflfeyville, Kansas, sewer. 8 5, 000 00 5, 000 00 

Emporia, Kansas, refunding 4% 7,000 00 7,000 00 

Kansas City, Kansas, improvement. 6 30,000 00 30,000 00 

Lyon County, Kansas, refunding... 4 15,000 00 15,000 00 

Parsons, Kansajs, school 5 10,000 00 10,000 00 

Pittsburg, Kansas, city hall 5 8, 750 00 8, 750 00 

Topeka, Kansas, improvement 4% 7,000 00 7,000 00 

Decatur, Michigan, water 6 4,000 00 4,000 00 



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Bate per 
Description. cent. 

Iron Mountain, Michigan, school... 6 

Marlette, Michigan, electric light. .. 5% 

Kocheater, Michigan, water 5 

Watervliet, Michigan, school 6 

Duluth, Minnesota, school 5 

Murray County, Minnesota, school. 6 

South Stillwater, Minnesota, school. 5 

Joplin, Missouri, school Q 

Seward Couoty, Nebraska, refund- 
ing 6 

Frontier County, Nebraska, school. 7 

<5age County, Nebraska, school 7 

Lincoln County, Nebraska, school.. 7 

Athens, Ohio, refunding 6 

Archbold, Ohio, school 6 

Barnesville, Ohio, improvement.... 6 

•Columbiana, Ohio, water 5 

Findlay, Ohio, school 6 

Oann. Ohio, school 6 

Letonia, Ohio, water 6 

Maumee, Ohio, refunding 5 

Ilavenna, Ohio, park 6 

Toledo, Ohio, improvement 6 

Youngstown, Ohio, park 5 

Cambridge, Ohio, sewer 5 

Lakewood, Ohio, improvement 5 

LaGrande, Oregon, school 5 

Sioux Falls, South Dakota, bridge.. 6 

Ashland, Wisconsin, improvement. 6 

South Milwaukee, Wisconsin, sewer 5 

Taylor County, Wisconsin, Jail.... 

New Whatcom, Washington, school 4% 

Seattle, Washington, wart:er 5 

Snohomish County, Washington, 

school 6 

Spokane County, Washington, war- 
rants 8 

Whatcom County, Washington, 

warrants 8 

Total StaAe, county, city, 

school bonds 

United States bonds: 

District of Columbia 3^ 

Bank stocks: 
First National, St. Johnsbury, Ver- 
mont 

Merchants' Naitional, St. Johnsbury, 

Vermont 

Newport National, Newport, Ver- 
mont 

Derby Line National, Derby Line, 

Vermont 

Newbury National, Wells River, 
Vermont 

Total bank stock 



Par 


Book 


value. 


value. 


^11,000 00 


$11,000 00 


4,000 00 


4,000 00 


4,500 00 


4,500 00 


600 00 


500 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


5,000 00 


5,000 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


2,500 00 


2,500 00 


22,000 00 


22,000 00 


400 00 


400 00 


700 00 


700 00 


400 00 


400 00 


13,500 00 


13,500 00 


4,000 00 


4,000 00 


3,000 00 


3,000 00 


6,000 00 


6,000 00 


16,000 00 


16,000 00 


4,000 00 


4,000 00 


5,000 00 


5,000 00 


3,000 00 


3,000 00 


15,000 00 


15,000 00 


3,000 00 


3,000 00 


5,000 00 


5,000 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


8.500 00 


8,500 00 


5,500 00 


5,500 00 


8,000 00 


8,000 00 


4,000 00 


4,000 00 


9,500 00 


9,500 00 


5,000 00 


5,000 00 


. 13,000 00 


13,000 00 


10,000 00 


10,000 00 


7,000 00 


7,000 00 


1,722 25 


1,722 25 


1,223 81 


1,223 81 


»43o,371 06 


$435,371 06 


$11,000 00 


$14,025 00 


?23,4OO0O 


$23,400 00 


17,200 00 


17,200 00 


1,800 00 


1,800 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


3,700 00 


3,700 00 


$47,100 00 


$47,100 00 



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OFFICEBS. 

T. M. Howard, President; W. P. Smith, Vice-President. 

Auditors — W. P. Smith, A. B. Noyes, Jonathan Ross. 

Investing Committee— T. M. Howard. E. F. Brown, W. P. Smithy 
L. B. Hartshorn. 

Trustees— T. M. Howard^ W. P. Smith, W. S. Boynton, T. 0. 
Fletcher, H. N. Turner, L. B. Hartshorn, E. F. Brown, A. B. Noye«,. 
Jonathan Ross. 

Treasurer's bond, ^5,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Passumpsic Savings Bank at the close of business on the 
30th day of June, 1002, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

WILLIAM S. BOYNTON, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at St. Johnabury, Vermont, this 9th daj 
of July. A. D. 1902. 

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THE PEOPLE'S TRUST COMPANY OF ST. ADBANS, ST. ALBANS.. 

June 30, 1902. 

besottbces. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $289, 849 31 

Loans on personal security 48, 030 90- 

Loans on deposit books 2, 734 33 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 1, 000 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 16, 225 00 

Loans on bond collateral security 525 00 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 27, 790 75^ 

United States bonds 28,000 00 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 268, 250 00 

Beal estate for banking purposes, charged 

off, cost $24,000 00 

Gash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 

Welden National Bank, St Albans 2,462 13 

National Bank of Redemption, Boston 35,032 07 

Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Co., Boston 2,648 01 

Gold on hand $614 92 

Silver on hand 87 07 

Other cash on hand 3,477 00 

4,178 99' 

Total $726,735 49 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in .' $50,000 00 

Due depositors 642, 533 26: 

Surplus fund reserved 20, 000 00 

Other surplus 1,000 00 

Interest 11,039 00 

Premium on bonds 2, 163 23: 

Total $726,735 49 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1902, 2,296. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 2,256. 

Total of their deposits $621,230 81 

Number of depositors non-resident, 40. 

Total of their deposits $21,302 45^ 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$150,286.40. 
Number of such depositors, 54. 

Total deposits $642,533 2& 

DIVIDENDS. 

August 1, 1901, 1% per cent on deposits $8, 005 le 

February 1, 1902, 1% per cent on deposits 8, 881 43 

November 1, 1901, 5 per cent on stock 2, 600 00* 

May 1, 1902, 5 per cent on stock 2,500 00 

Total dividends for the year $21,886 5ft 

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EXPENSES. 



State taxes paid 

Treasurer's salary and all other expenses for the year. 



Total expenses for the year. 



$3,673 75 
3.449 47 



$7,023 22 



LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Bate per Par 

Description. cent. value. 

United States, 1907 4 $28,000 00 

State of Massachusetts, coupon 3 22,000 00 

State of Massachusetts, registered. 3 10,000 00 

JCew York City, registered 3% 10, 000 00 

Boston, Mass., city, registered 3i/i 10,000 00 

Boston, Massachusetts, city, coupon. 5 5,000 00 

Boston, Massachusetts, city, coupon. 5 2,000 00 

-Swanton, Vermont; town 3^ 16,000 00 

Bristol, Vermont, town 4 2,00000 

St. Albans, Vermont, town 4 7,000 00 

Williamstown, Vermont, town 4% 5,000 00 

Poultney, Vermont, town 4 6,00000 

Readsboro, Vermont, town 4 6,000 00 

Grand Isle, Vermont, town 4% 500 00 

Newport, Vermont, village 4 9,000 00 

Swanton, Vermont, village 4 4,000 00 

Enosburg Falls, Vermont, village.. 4 1,000 00 

-St. Albans, Vermont, village 4 500 00 

Grundy Center, Iowa, town 6 11,000 00 

Woodbury County, Iowa 4 21,000 00 

Fort Dodge, Iowa, city 5 500 00 

Council Bluffs, Iowa, city 4% 5,000 00 

Ludington. Michigan, city 4 5 , 000 00 

Jacksonville, Illinois, city 5 4.000 00 

t)maha, Nebraska, city 5 3, 000 00 

Lincoln, Nebraska, city 5 1,00000 

Rhinelander, Wisconsin, city 5 6,000 00 

South Milwaukee, Wisconsin, city. . 5 5,000 00 

<:!Unton, Missouri, city 6 8, 000 00 

Springfield, Missouri, city 5 2, 000 00 

Duluth, Minnesota, school 6 10,000 00 

Grant County, Indiana. 6 2,000 00 

Shawnee County, Kansas 5^ 5, 000 00 

Spokane, Washington, city 5^ 10, 000 00 

Tacoma, Washington, city 5 7,000 00 

Tacoma, Washington, city 5 2, 000 00 

Seattle, Washington, city 5 5, 000 00 

Wooster, Ohio, city 5 4,000 00 

Lorain, Ohio, village 5 7,000 00 

Columbiana, Ohio, village 5 5, 000 00 

East Liverpool, Ohio, school 5 2.000 00 

Fostorla, Ohio, city 5 5,000 00 

Findlay, Ohio, city 5 2,000 00 

Snohomish County, Wash., school.. 6 2,000 00 

St. Albans, Vermont, city, warrants 3% 6,750 00 



Book 

value. 

$28,000 00 

22,000 00 

10,000 00 

16,000 00 

10,000 00 

5,000 00 

2,000 00 

16,000 00 

2,000 00 

7,000 00 

5,000 00 

6,000 00 

6,000 00 

500 00 

9,000 00 

4,000 00 

1.000 00 

500 00 

11,000 00 

21,000 00 

500 00 

5,000 00 

5,000 00 

4,000 00 

3,000 00 

1,000 00 

6,000 00 

5,000 00 

8,000 00 

2,000 00 

10,000 00 

2,000 00 

5,000 00 

10,000 00 

7,000 00 

2,000 00 

5,000 00 

4,000 00 

7,000 00 

5,000 00 

2,000 00 

5,000 00 

2,000 00 

2,000 00 

6,750 00 



$206, 250 00 $296, 250 00 



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OFFICEBS. 

E. C. Smith, President; Jobn Branch, Vice-President and Treasurer. 

Auditors— E. C. Smith, 0. W. Witters, H. M. Stevens, F. Stewart 
Stranahan. 

Investing Committee — ^Board of Directors. 

Directors— E. C. Smith, O. W. Witters, H. M. Stevens, B. A. Chit- 
tenden, F. Stewart Stranahan, John Branch. 

Treasurer's bond, $28,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the People's Trust Company of St. Albans, at the close of 
business on the 30th day of June, 1902, according to my best knowledge 
and belief. 

JOHN BRANCH, Vice-President and Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at St. Albans, Vermont, this 30th day of 
June, A. D. 1902. 

Before me, N. E. L'ECUYEB, Notary Public. 



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THE PROCTOR TRUST COMPANY, PROCTOR. 
June 30, 1902. 

BESOUBCBB. 

Loans on real estate In Vermont $126, 663 52 

Loans on real esta/te elsewhere 125,275 46 

Loans on personal security 62, 717 18 

Loans on deposit books 143 00 

Loans with bank stock aa collateral 4, 625 64 

lioans with mortgages as collateral 12, 850 00 

Loans to towns. Tillages, school districts 27,690 71 

United States bonds 10,000 00 

Sta/te, county, city, town and school bonds 49,400 00 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

Killington National Bank $600 00 

Rutland County National Bank 4,000 00 

Baxter National Bank 200 00 

Franklin County Savings Bank and Trust 
Co 2,600 00 

7,300 00 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Tax account $1,509 20 

Expense account 656 45 

Miscellaneous 500 00 

2,665 65 

Cash on deposit in National Bank, viz.: 

Rutland County National Bank 14,853 80 

Silver on hand $658 40 

Other cash on hand 706 77 

1,365 17 

Total $445, 559 13 

UABILITIES. 

Capital paid in $37,500 00 

Due depositors, savings 354, 660 16 

Due depositors, subject to check 33, 710 75 

Surplus fund 4,000 00 

Interest account 15, 585 17 

Exchange 103 06 

Total $446,559 13 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1902, 1,154. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 1,089. 

.Total of their deposits $352,074 33 

Number of depositors non-resident, 65. 

Total of their deposits 36,206 58 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, In each case, 

$02,509.68. 
Number of such depositors, 33. 

Total deposits $388,370 91 

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DIVIDENDS. 

January 15, 1902, 1% per cent on deposits $5, 730 G4 

July 15, 1902, 1% per cent on deposits 5,854 65 

January 15, 1902, 3 per cent on stock 750 00 

July 15, 1902, 3 per cent on stock 1, 125 00 

Total dividends for the year $13,400 29 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $700 00 

State taxes paid 2,530 30 

All other expenses for the year 369 50 

Toted expenses for the year |3, 599 90 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Bate per Par and 

Description. cent book value. 

Town of West Rutland, Vermont 3f% $25,000 00 

Town of Ripton, Vermont 5 11,400 00 

Village of Proctor, Vermont 3% 13,000 00 



OFFICEBB. 



$49,400 00 



F. D. Proctor, President; D. D. Burditt, Vice-President. 

Auditors— A. W. Edson, G. H. Davis, A. C. Freeborn. 

Investing Committee — ^Trustees. 

Trustees— D. D. Burditt, F. H. Farrington, J. D. MiUer, E. R. 
Morse, F. C. Partridge, F. D. Proctor, R. L. Richmond, G. O. Robinson, 
B. F. Taylor. 

Treasurer's bond, $18,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
-diitlon of the Proctor Trust Company at the close of business on the 
SOth day of June, 1902, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

WM. H. ELDRIDGE, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Proctor, Vermont, this 10th day of 
July, A. D. 1902. 

Before me, J. M. GOULDING, Notary Public. 



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THE RICHFORD SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, 
RICHFORD. 

Jims 30, 1902. 

BE80UBCES. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $72,300 30 

lioans on real estate elsewhere 163,675 00 

Loans on personal security 64,921 53 

Loans on deposit books 1,500 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 3,320 00 

Loans on other collateral security 12, 190 00 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 4, 500 00 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 36,000 00 

Real estate for banking purposes 5,600 00 

Real estate by foreclosure 1,900 00 

Miscellaneous assets : 

Accrued interest 11, 109 46 

Gash on deposit in National Banks 1,781 50 

Gold on hand $205 00 

Silver on hand 119 50 

Other cash on hand 4,610 39 

4,934 8» 

Total $383, 632 68 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in $50,000 00 

Due depositors. 301,068 28 

Interest 3,898 51 

Dividend due, August 1, 1902 1,600 00 

Taxes and other expenses, estimated 1, 165 89 

Profit and loss 26,000 00 

Total $383 , 632 68 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1902, 1,198. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 1,126. 

Total of their deposits $274,552 83 

Number of depositors non-resident, 72. 

Total of their deposits 26,515 45 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$52,168.07. 
Number of such depositors, 20. 

Total deposits $301,068 28 

DITIDEITDS. 

February 1, 1902, 3 per cent on stock $1,500 00 

August 1, 1902, 3 per cent 1,500 00 

February 1, 1902, 1% per cent to depositors 3, 781 61 

August 1, 1902, 1% per cent to depositors 3,898 51 

Total dividends for the year $10, OSO 12 

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EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $1, 900 00 

State taxes paid 1,924 74 

All other expenses for the year 2, 590 67 

Total expenses for the year $6, 415 41 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Bate per Par Book 

Description. cent. value. value. 

Town of Rlchford, Vermont 4 $16,000 00 $16,000 00 

Village of Rlchford, Vermont 4 20, 000 00 20, 000 00 

OFFICERS. 

E. H. Powell, President; H. E. Rustedt, Vice-President. 
Finance Committee — E. H. Powell, D. Moren, H. E. Rustedt. 
Directors— E. H. Powell. S. Borlght, D. Moren, R. Smith, H. E. 
Rustedt, S. Carl Carpenter, L. C. Leavens. 
Treasurer's bond, $16,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Rlchford Savings Bank and Trust Company at the close 
of business on the 30th day of June, 1902, according to my best knowl- 
edge and belief. 

L. C. LEAVENS, Treasurer, 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Rlchford, Vermont, this 3d day of July, 
A. D. 1902. 

Before me, D. W. CARPENTER, Justice of the Peace. 

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THE RUTLAND SAVINGS BANK. RUTLAND. 
June 30, 1002. 

besoubces. 

LoanB on real estate in Vermont $350, 708 12 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 2,050,037 07 

Loans on personal security 12,392 23 

Loans on deposit books 2,475 00 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 21,086 65 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 4, 319 02 

Loans on other collateral security 2, 293 97 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 10, 544 48 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 1,245,746 00 

Real estate for banking purposes 35,000 00 

Real estate by foreclosure 30,881 60 

Bank stock owned at par, viz.: 

Killington National, Rutland $5,30000 

Rutland €ounty National, Rutland 17,600 00 

22,800 00 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Warrants $22,606 66 

Premiums on bonds 5,000 00 

27,606 66 

Gash on deposit in National Banks, viz.: 

National Park Bank, New York $66, 850 13 

Baxter National Bank, Rutland 15, 749 73 

Rutland County National Bank, Rutland. .. 20,406 14 

103,000 00 

Gold on hand $550 00 

Silver on hand 792 70 

Other cash on hand 41, 846 19 

43, 188 89 

Total $3,962,985 69 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors $3, 796, 593 32 

Surplus fund reserved 150,000 00 

Interest 16, 392 37 

Total $3,962,985 U9 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1902, 11,885. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 10,974. 

Total of their deposits $3,394, 104 iiS 

Number of depositors non-resident, 911. 

Total of their deposits 402,488 69 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500. in each case, 

$584,128.26. 
Number of such depositors, 313. 



Total deposits $3,796,593 ; 

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DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1902, 1% per cent $60,682 46 

July 1, 1902, 1% per cent 62,051 76 

Total dividends for the year $122,734 22 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $2,000 00 

Other salaries 4,889 28 

State taxes paid 24,952 71 

All other expenses for the year 8, 912 30 

Total expenses for the year $40, 754 29 

LIST OP STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Bate per Par 

Description. cent. value. 
Bonds: 

Ada, Ohio 6" $4,000 00 

Argus, Indiana 6 5,500 00 

Antwerp, Ohio 6 10,500 00 

Arkansas Olty, Kansas 8 10,000 00 

Andover, Mcuisachusetts 9^ 13,000 00 

Anderson County, Kansas 5 6,000 00 

Attleborough, Massachusetts 3% 20,000 00 

Allegheny, Pennsylvania 3^ 60,000 00 

Bellefontalne. Ohio 6 25,000 00 

Brandon, Vermont 4 9,000 00 

Bowling Green, Ohio 6 1,000 00 

Belle Center, Ohio 6 2,500 00 

Burlington, Iowa 5 5,000 00 

Benton Harbor,* Michigan 6 18,000 00 

Becker County, Minnesoita 6 8,000 00 

Boston, Massachusetts 314 & 6 63,000 00 

Bennington, Vermont 3% 30,000 00 

Cambridge, Ohio 6 9,000 00 

Council Bluffs, Iowa 6 2, 500 CO 

Custar, Ohio 6 3,000 00 

Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 6 4,500 00 

€ircleville, Ohio 6 12,000 00 

Coshocton, Ohio 6 12, 000 00 

Cairo. Illinois 6 10,000 00 

Dennison, Ohio 6 4,000 00 

Dedham, Massachusetts 4 . 27,000 00 

Franklin County, Ohio 6 15,000 00 

Genoa, Ohio 6 5,000 00 

Gallion, Ohio 6 10,000 00 

Indianapolis, Indiana 4 40,000 00 

Jersey City, New Jersey 4&5 72,000 00 

Jefferson County, Vi^ashington 6 1,600 00 

King County, Washington 6 10,000 00 

Kansas City, Missouri 4^ 7,000 00 

Lincoln. Nebraska 6 • 25,000 00 

Latty, Ohio 6 5,000 00 

Lesueur County, Minnesota 6 5, 500 00 

Little Falls, Minnesota f?% 5,000 00 

Laurens, Iowa .' 6 4, 500 00 

Lake Mills, Iowa 6 4,400 00 

Lawrence, Massachusetts S\^&4 56,500 00 

Moorehead, Minnesota 7 2,000 00 

Morris County, Kansas 6 1,000 00 

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Rate per 

Description. cent. Par value. 

Morrison County, Minnesota 5 $5,000 00 

Mattemoras, Ohio 6 3,500 <)0 

Martin's Ferry, Ohio 5 13,000 00 

Mlamisburg. Ohio 5 2O,0CH> 00 

Maiden, Massachusetts 3^^ 14,000 00 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 3% 50,000 <«) 

New York, New York 3^^ 50,000 00 

Norway, Michigan 7 6,o00 in) 

North Baltimore, Ohio 6 4,000 ml 

New Philadelphia, Ohio 6 10.000 00 

New Bedford, Massachusetts 3% 50,000 00 

New Britain, Connecticut 3V6 27,000 00 

Plain City, Ohio 6 13,000 00 

Pierce County, Washington 4'% 20,000 00 

Portland, Indiana 6 746 00 

Paulding, Ohio 6 6.000 00 

Rice County, Kansas 6 23,000 00 

Recovery, Ohio 6 1,000 00 

Rutland, Vermont 3% 20,000 00 

Sanitary District, Chicago, lUinois 6 20,000 <>0 

St Mary's, Ohio 6 6,00000 

SalineviUe, Ohio 6 36,500 00 

Shelby, Michigan 5 10,000 00 

Sioux City, Iowa 4 52.000 00 

Toledo, Ohio 4% 50.000 00 

Taunton, Massachusetts 4 48.000 00 

Urbana, Ohio 4% < 15,000 00 

UrichevUle, Ohio 6 13,500 OO 

Wellston, Ohio 6 3.000 00 

Woonsocket, Rhode Island 4 16.000 00 



Book value 

W^arrants: 

Lewis County, Washington 8 

New Whatcom, Washington 8 

Snohomish County, Washington 8 

Spokane County, Washington 8 

Thurston County, Washington 8 

Whatcom County, Washington 8 



$1,245,746 00 
1,250,746 00 

$895 48 

467 80 

5.383 00 

1,914 01 

2.186 77 

11,749 57 



$22«606 66 



0FFICEB8. 

Wayne Bailey, President; H. O. Carpenter, Vice-President. 

Auditors— Pred A. Field, F. H. Parrington, H. O. Carpenter. 

Investing Committee — Board of Trustees. 

Trustees — ^Wayne Bailey, H. O. Carpenter, E. C. Tuttle, T. J. Lyon, 
IT. H. Brown, Fred A. Field, Edward Dana, F. H. Parrington, D. P. 
Peabody. 

Treasurer's bond, $85,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con> 
ditlon of the Rutland Savings Bank at the close of business on the 
30th day of June, 1902, according to my beat knowledge and belief. 

CHARLES A. SIMPSON, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Rutland, Vermont, this 9th day of 
July, A. D. 1902. 

Before me. LOUIS B. CAMPBELL, Notary Ptiblic. 

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THE RUTLAND TRUST COMPANY, RUTLAND. 
June 30, 1902. 

besources. 

Loans on real estate In Vermont $186,977 04 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 175,300 74 

Loans on personal security 16, 786 98 

Loans on deposit books 2, 544 62 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 900 00 

Loans with mortgages as coUateral 12,093 12 

Loans on other collateral security 1,560 00 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 365 99 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 40, 500 00 

Real estate by foreclosure 2, 370 97 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 
Killington National Bank, Rutland, Vermont $14,600 00 
First National Bank, Brandon, Vermont 2,000 00 

16,600 00 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Patch Manufacturing Co., mortgage bonds. . $5,000 00 
Columbian Marble Co., mortgage bonds.... 18,500 00 
Vermont Marble Co., mortgage bonds 6,000 00 

29,500 00 

Cash on deposit in National Bank, viz.: 

Killington National Bank, Rutland 38, 939 93 

Total $524,439 39 

LIABILITDBS. 

Capital paid In $50,000 00 

Due depositors 424, 039 92 

Surplus fund reserved 15,000 00 

Interest 35,399 47 

Total $524,439 39 

Whole numt)er of depositors, June 30, 1902, 1,088. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 1,016. 

Total of their deposits $385,360 99 

Number of depositors non-resident, 72. 

Total of their deposits 38,678 98 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$103,929.85. 
Number of such depositors, 40. 

Total deposits $424,039 92 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1902, 3 per cent on stock $1,500 00 

July 1, 1902, 3 per cent on stock 1,500 00 

August 1, 1901, 1% per cent on defposrits 6,809 77 

February 1, 1902, 1% per cent on deposits 6, 102 56 



Total dividends for the year $15,912 33 

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EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary, help and office room furnished by 
Killington National Bank. 

State taxes paid $2,818 02 

All other expenses for the year 2. 858 91 

Total expenses for the year $5,676 95 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Bate per Par Book 

Description. cent value. value. 

Stocks: 
Killington National Bank, Rutland, 

Vermont 6 $14,600 00 $14,600 00 

First National Bank, Brandon, 

Vermont 6 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Municipal bonds: 
City of Lawrence, Massachusetts.. 3^ 2,500 00 2.500 00 

City of New Bedford, Massachusetts 3^ 10, 000 00 10, 000 00 

City of Boston, Massachusetts 31,4 28,000 00 28,000 00 

Mortgage bonds: 
Patch Manufacturing Co., Rutland, 

Vermont 6 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Columbian Marble Co., Rutland, 

Vermont 6 18,500 00 18.500 00 

Vermont Marble Co., Proctor, Ver- 
mont 5 6,000 00 6.000 00 

OFFICERS. 

Justin Batchelder, President; George T. Chaffee, Vice-President. 
Auditors— Committee appointed semi-annually. 
Investing Committee — Board of Directors. 

Directors— Justin Batchelder, H. H. Dyer, E. P. Gilson, George T. 
Chaffee, M. J. Francisco, N. K. Chaffee, George Briggs. 
Treasurer's bond, $18,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Rutland Trust Company at the close of business on the 
30th day of June, 1902, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

GEO. K. MONTGOMERY, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Rutland, Vermont, this 1st day of 
July, A. D. 1902. 

Before me, FRED C. SPENCER, Notary Public. 



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THE SPMNGFIBLD SAVINGS BANK, SPRINGFIELD. 
June 90. 1902. 

BES0UBCE8. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $150, 191 71 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 537, 412 68 

Loans on personal security 107, 231 59 

Loans on deposit books 8, 119 31 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 10,028 33 

Loans on other collateral security 22, 578 76 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 315, 700 00 

Bank stock owned, all at par, viz.: 

First National Bank, Springfield $13, 800 00 

National Bank of White River Junction... 5,000 00 

Merchants National Bank, Boston 2,300 00 

Atlantic National Bank, Boston 1,50000 

St. Paul NaUonal Bank, St Paul, Minn 10,000 00 

32,600 00 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Due from J. W. Howland, Agent, Detroit. . $14,738 11 

Due from C. B. Wardle, Agent, Ionia 1,418 67 

Due from Thayer & Gale, Agents, Minne- 
apolis 113 94 

16,270 72 

Gash on deposit in National Banks, 

viz.: 
First National Bank, Springfield, Vermont. $13,791 78 
National Shawmut Bank, Boston 15,390 44 

29,182 22 

Silver on hand $55 95 

Other cash on hand 2,747 13 

2.803 08 

Total $1,232.118 40 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors $1,114,249 12 

Surplus fund reserved 61, 638 00 

Other surplus and interest 56,231 28 

Total $1, 232, 118 40 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1902, 3,238. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 2,755. 

Total of their deposits $929,946 23 

Number of depositors nourresldent, 483. 

Total of their deposits 184,302 89 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$155,580.15. 
Number of such depositors, 92. 

Total deposits.... $1,114,249 12 

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DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1002, 1% per cent $17,886 64 

July 1, 1002, 1% per cent 18,207 95 

Total dividends for the year $36,004 59 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $2,500 00 

Other salaries 239 00 

State taxes paid 7, 759 71 

All other expenses for the year 1, 692 75 

Total expenses for the year $12, 191 46 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Par and 

Description. cent book value. 
Municipal bonds: 

Belmoud, Iowa 4 $7,500 00 

Big Rapids, Michigan 5 9,000 00 

Bloomfleld, Iowa 5 1,500 00 

Charles City, Iowa 4 25,000 00 

Clear Lake, Iowa 4 6,000 00 

Columbiana, Ohio 5 5,000 00 

Denison. Iowa 4 22,000 00 

Des Moines, Iowa 4 8,000 00 

East Liverpool, Ohio 5 5,000 00 

Fort Dodge, Iowa , 5 5,000 00 

Fostorla, Ohio 5 13,000 00 

Garner, Iowa 4 9,000 00 

Humboldt, Iowa 4^ 8,000 00 

Humboldt, Iowa 4% 4,000 00 

Iron River, Wisconsin 6 2,400 00 

Lincoln, Nebraska 4% 14,000 00 

La Grange, Illinois 5 9. 000 00 

Lake A'iew, Iowa 4 4,000 00 

Macedonia, Iowa 4 2,500 00 

Newberry, Michigan 5 8,000 00 

North Milwaukee, Wisconsin 4 5, 800 00 

Ontonagon, Michigan 5 7,000 00 

Oelwein, Iowa 4 6,000 00 

Sheldon, Iowa 5 6,000 00 

Sioux City, Iowa 4 23,000 00 

Springfield, Vermont 4 29,000 00 

Sterling, Illinois 5 13,000 00 

Stockton, New Jersey 5 13.000 00 

Tacoma, Washington 5 10,000 00 

School District No. 16, Umatilla County, Oregon 6 7,000 00 

Vandalla, Illinois 5 2,000 00 

Washburn, Wisconsin 6 10,000 00 

Wilmington, Ohio 5 1,000 00 

Winterset, Iowa 4 5,000 00 

Wyandotte, Michigan 5 10,000 00 



$315,700 00 



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OFFICERS. 

A. M. AUbee, President; R. G. Brltton, Vice-President 

Auditors— A. M. Allbee, R. G. Brltton, Fred G. Field. 

Investing Committee — A. M. Allbee, C. A. Forbush, Miles Smith, 
H. H. Fletcher, R. G. Brltton. 

Trustees— C. A. Forbush, A. M. Allbee, R. G. Brltton, William 
Smith. Samuel Brown, C. F. Aldrich, Miles Smith, H. H. Fletcher, 
Fred G. Field. 

Treasurer's bond, $32,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Springfield Savings Bank at the close of business on the 
30th day of June, 1902, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

CHARLES A. FORBUSH, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Springfield, Vermont, this 5th day of 
July, A. D. 1902. 

Before me, WILLIAM SMITH, Notary Public. 



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THE STATE TRUST COMPANY, RUTLAND. 
June 30, 1002. 

resources. 

Loans on real estate In Vermont $33, 525 OO 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 44, 600 00 

Loans on personal security 68, 800 00 

Loans on deposit books 396 75 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 5, 000 00 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 10,540 20 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

90 shares Clement National Bank, Rutland, Vermont.. 12,600 00 

20 shares Baxter National Bank, Rutland, Vermont 2,000 00 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Profit and loss 10,717 32 

Cash on deposit in National Bank, viz.: 

Clement National Bank, Rutland, Vermont 14, 12S .^ 

Total $202, 307 66 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in ; $100,000 06 

Due depositors 102,307 66 

Total $202,307 66 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1902, 226. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 208. 

Total of their deposits $93,367 76 

Number of depositors non-resident, 18. 

Total of their deposits 8,930 90 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$19,688.00. 
Number of such depositors, 9. 

Total deposits $102,307 66 

DIVIDENDS, 

August 1, 1901, 1% per cent on deposits $1,655 09 

February 1, 1902, 1% per cent on deposits 1,58020 

Total dividends for the year $3, 235 29 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $212 50 

Other salaries 864 33 

State taxes paid 697 37 

All other exi)enses for the year 7&4 83 

Total expenses for the year $2, 559 03 

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LIST or STOCKS 


AXD BOXDS 


OWNED. 




Rate per 


Market 


Par 


Book 


Description. cent. 


value. 


value. 


value. 


90 shares Clement Na- 








tional Bank 6 


$16,700 00 


$9,000 00 


$12,600 00 


20 shares Baxter Na- 








tional Bank 6 


2,400 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


La Grange, Illinois, 








water fund certifi- 








cates 5 


10,300 00 


10,000 00 


10.540 20 



OFFICERS. 

P. W. Clement, President. 
Auditor— N. P. Klngsley. 
Investing Committee — ^P. W. Clement. 

Directors— P. W. Clement, W. C. Clement, W. P. Clement, N. P. 
Klngsley, H. W. Clement. 
Treasurer's bond, $16,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the State Trust Company at the close of business on the 30th 
day of June, 1902, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

O. F. HARRISON, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Rutland, Vermont, this 30th day of 
June, A. D. 1902. 

Before me, C. H. HARRISON, Notary Public. 



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THE UNION SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY. 
MORBISVILLB. 

June 30, 1902. 

resoubces. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont ¥114,085 91 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 207, 409 50 

Loans on personal security 114, 473 43 

Loans on deposit books 6,912 41 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 19,956 69 

Loans on other collateral security 4, 200 00 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 25,679 54 

United States bonds 27,000 00 

Real estate for banking purposes 2, 500 00 

Bank stock owned, viz.. 
Lamoille County National Bank, at par. .. . $3,450 00 
Franklin County Savings Bank and Trust 
Company, at par 2, 000 00 

5,450 00 

Cash on deposit in banks, viz.: 

International Trust Comipany, Boston $7,427 95 

Chase National Bank, New York 2,443 92 

National Commercial Bank, Albany 21,637 08 

31,508 95 

Gold on hand $141 00 

Silver on hand 485 56 

Other cash on hand 9,221 00 

9,847 66 

Total $569,023 99 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital paid in $50,000 00 

Due depositors 483,246 69 

Surplus and Interest 33,436 08 

Treasurer's checks 841 22 

Dividends on stock July 1, 1902 1, 500 00 

Total $569, 023 99 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1902, 2,097. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 2,022. 

Total of their deposits $452,454 40 

Number of depositors non-resident, 75. 

Total of their deposits 30,792 29 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$52,883.00. 
Number of such depositors, 23. 



Total deposits $483,246 i 

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DIVIDENDS, 

January 1, 1902, 3 per cent on stock $1, 500 00 

July 1, 1902, 3 per cent on stock 1.500 00 

January 1, 1902, 1% per cent on deposits 5,326 34 

July 1, 1902, VA per cent on deposits 5,450 99 

Total dividends for the year $13, 777 33 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's and clerks' salaries $2, 400 00 

Other salaries 706 00 

State taxes paid 3, 355 00 

All other expenses for the year 1, 126 60 

Total expenses for the year $7, 587 60 

LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Market Par Book 

Description. cent. value. value. value. 
United States bonds of 

1925 4 $27,000 00 $20,000 00 $27,000 00 

OFFICESS. 

Geo. W. Hendee, President; Chas. H. Steams, Vice-President. 

Auditors — C. H. Steams, C. H. Slocum, H. H. Powers. 

Investing Committee— G. W. Hendee, C. H. Slocum, H. M. Rich. 

Directors— G. W. Hendee, C. H. Stearns, H. H^ Powers, C. R. 
Churchill, O. A. Rich, H. A. Slayton, C. B. Wetherby, C. H. Slocum, 
H. M. Rich. 

Treasurer's bond, $20,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Union Savings Bank and Trust Company at the close of 
business on the 30th day of June, 1902, according to my best knowl- 
edge and belief. 

H. M. RICH, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Morristown, Vermont, this 2d day 
of July, A. D. 1902. 

Before me, CHAS. A. RICH, Notary Public. 



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THE VERMONT SAVINGS BANK, BRATTLBBORO. 
June 30, 1902. 

BESOUBCES. 

Loans on real estate In Vermont $434,112 00 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 1, 454, 585 00 

Loans on personal security 53, 639 00 

Loans on deposit books 1, 775 00 

lioans with bank stock as collateral 5, 550 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 19,070 00 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 1,378, 130 15 

Real estate for banking purposes 10,000 00 

Real estate by foreclosure 10,700 00 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, i 

viz.: 

Peoples National Bank $68,468 55 

Vermont National Bank 69,544 68 

138,013 23 

Oold on hand $612 30 

Silver on hand 686 70 

Other cash on hand 27, 54» 59 

28,842 59 

Total $3,535,316 97 

LIABir«ITIES 

Due depositors ! $3,227,258 17 

Surplus fund reserved 158,000 00 

Other surplus 160,000 00 

Interest 58 80 

Total $3,635,316 97 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1902, 7,561. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 5,485. 

Total of their deposits $2, 102,861 61 

Number of depositors non-resident, 2,076. 

Total of their deposits 1,124,396 56 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500 in each case, 

$752,915.40. 
Number of such depositors, 415. 

Total deposits $3,227,258 17 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1902. 1% per cent $53,512 56 

July 1, 1902, 1% per cent 53,8W 58 

Total dividends for the year $107,377 14 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $3, 150 00 

Other salaries 4,950 00 

State taxes paid 24.008 91 

All other expenses for the year 2, 623 11 

Total expenses for the year $34, 732 02 

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LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Par Book 

Description. cent. value. value. 

Jersey City, New Jersey 5 $90,000 00 |90,000 00 

Jersey City, New Jersey 4*^ 26,000 00 25,000 00 

Morris County, Kansas 6 22,000 00 22,000 00 

Jefferson County, Illinois 5 40, 000 00 40,000 00 

Anderson County, Kansas 5 30,000 00 30,000 00 

Delaware County, Indiana 5 24,000 00 24,000 00 

AJ uncle city, Indiana 5 35,000 00 35,000 00 

Kansas City, Kansas 5 10,000 00 10,000 00 

Kansas City, Kansas 6 41,500 00 41,500 00 

Kansas City, Kansas 4^ 20,000 00 20,000 00 

Council Bluffs, Iowa 6 19,500 00 19,500 00 

Rice Couivty, Kansas 6 40,000 00 40,000 00 

•Galesburg city, IlUnois 5 21,000 00 21,000 00 

Morrison County, Minnesota 5 16,000 00 16,000 00 

Huntington city, Indiana 6 10, 000 00 10,000 00 

Gallon city, Ohio 6 20,000 00 20,000 00 

Duluth city, Minnesota 5 25,000 00 25, 000 00 

Duluth dty, Minnesota 4 50,000 00 50,000 00 

Duluth city, Minnesota 4^ 10,000 00 10,000 00 

Cook County, Illinois 4 25,000 00 25,000 00 

Findlay city, Ohio 6 12,500 00 12,500 00 

•CUnton city, Iowa 6 22,562 25 14,562 25 

Fostoria city, Ohio 6 20,000 00 20,000 00 

Sanitary district, Chicago, Illinois. 5 50,000 00 50,000 00 

Sanitary district, Chicago, IlUnois. 4 50,000 00 50,000 00 

Martin County, Indiana 6 30,000 00 30, 000 00 

Niles city, Ohio 6 15,000 00 15,000 00 

Stark County, Ohio 5 20,000 00 20,000 00 

Portland cHy, Indiana 6 10,000 00 10, 000 00 

Tacoma city, Washington 5 50,000 00 50,000 00 

Martins Ferry city, Ohio 5 17,000 00 17,000 00 

Ramsey County, Minnesota 4]^ 25, 000 00 25, 000 00 

Knox County, Indiana 6 25,000 00 25,000 00 

Rhinelander city, Wisconsin 5 . 12,000 00 12,000 00 

Butler County, Ohio 4% 10,000 00 10,000 00 

Webster County, Iowa 4 20,000 00 20,000 00 

Hutchinson city, Kansas 6 20,000 00 20, 000 00 

Cheboygan County, Michigan 5 24,000 00 24,000 00 

Topeka city, Kansas 4V6 17,000 00 17,000 00 

Mattoon city, Illinois 4 10, 000 00 10,000 00 

Boston city, Massachusetts 3V6 50,000 00 50,000 00 

Seattle city, Washington 5 30,000 00 30,000 00 

Toledo city, Ohio 3V6 50,000 00 50,000 00 

Geary County. Kansas 4 20, 000 00 20,000 00 

Omaha city, Nebraska 4 39,000 00 39,000 00 

New York city. New York 8^ 50,000 00 50,000 00 

Decatur city, Indiana 5 13,500 00 18,500 00 

Franklin County, Ohio 6 16,000 00 4,000 00 

Sioux City, Iowa 6 12,900 00 7.400 00 

Jersey City, New Jersey 7 3,000 00 3,000 00 

Bourbon County, Kansas 6 6,000 00 6,000 00 

ConnorsviUe city, Indiana 6 7,000 00 7, 000 00 

Marlon city, Indiana 6 7, 076 90 7,076 90 

Hammond city, Indiana 6 6, 426 00 6, 426 00 

GIrcleville city, Ohio 6 8,000 00 8,000 00 

Urbana city, Ohio 4% 6,000 00 6,000 00 

Ashland city, Wisconsin 4 7, 500 00 7,500 00 

Rensselaer city. Indiana 6 6,000 00 

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Par 
value. 
$7,665 00 
6,000 00 
4,500 00 
7.000 00 
6.000 00 


Book 
value. 
$7,665 00 
6,000 00 
4,500 00 
7,000 00 
6,000 00 



Rate per 
Description. cent. 

Anderson city, Indiana 6 

Kewanee city, Illinois 5 

Sullivan County, Indiana 6 

O'Brien County, Iowa 4 

Hobart township, Indiana 5 

$1,408,680 15 $1,878,180 15 

0FFICEB8. 

Frederick Holbrook, President; William 8. Newton, Vice-President 

Auditors — F. Goodhue, George E. Greene, P. I/. Hunt. 

Investing Committee — Frederick Holbrook, P. Goodhue, D. S. 
Pratt, F. L. Hunt, C. H. Pratt. 

Trustees— F. Holbrook, A. Whlthed, D. D. Dickenson, F. Goodhue, 
D. S. Pratt, G. E. Greene, W. S. Newton, C. H. Pratt, G. A. Boyden, 
James Conland, F. L. Hunt. 

Treasurer's bond, $75,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing Is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Vermont Savings Bank at the close of business on the 
30th day of June, 1902, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

C. H. PRATT, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Brattleboro, Vermont this 8th day of 
July, A. D. 1902. 

Before me, HARRY C. WEBSTER, Notary Public. 



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THE WELLS RIVER SAVINGS BANK, WELLS RIVER. 
June 30, 1902. 

BESOUBCES. 

Loans on real estate in Vermont $91, 040 91 

Loans on real estate elsewhere 189, 654 00 

Loans on personal security 59,414 91 

Loans on deposit books 578 00 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 5,600 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 2, 811 27 

Loans to towns, villages, school districts 23, 557 25 

United States bonds 6,400 00 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 85,349 83 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

123 shares National Bank of Newbury $14, 160 00 

15 shares Barton (Vermont) National Bank. 1,500 00 



15,660 00 

Cash on deposit in National Bank, viz.: 
National Bank of Newbury, Wells River, Vermont 43,688 53 



Total $523,754 70 

LTABTLITIES. 

Due depositors $515,274 09 

Surplus fund reserved 6, 300 00 

Interest 2,180 61 



Total $523, 754 70 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1902, 1,675. 
Number of depositors resident in this State, 1,194. 

Total of their deposits $340,681 57 

Number of depositors non-resident, 481. 

Total of their deposits 174,592 52 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$51,113.33. 
Number of such depositors, 28. 



Total deposits $515,274 09 

DIVIDENDS. 

January 1, 1902, 1% per cent $7,583 31 

July 1, 1902, 1% per cent 8,183 50 



Total dividends for the year $15,766 81 

EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $810 00 

Other salaries 300 00 

State taxes paid 3,031 03 

All other expenses for the year 742 59 

Total expenses for the year $4,883 62 

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LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per Market Par Book 

Description. cent. value. value. value. 
United States bonds. 

3 per cent of 1908-1918 $2,180 00 $2,000 00 $2,000 00 

4 per cent of 1907 4,400 00 4,000 00 4,400 00 

16,580 00 $6,000 00 $6,400 00 
Municipal bonds: 

Cleveland, Ohio 5 $1,000 00 $1,000 00 

Skagit Co., Wash 6 3,000 00 3,000 00 

Iron Mountain, Mich.. 6 5,450 00 5,000 00 

Portage, Mich 4% 5,350 00 5,000 00 

Evansville, Ind 4% 3, 120 00 3,000 00 

Indianapolis, Ind 6 309 83 309 83 

Pierce Co., Wash 6 12, 000 00 10, 000 00 

Monmouth, 111 4 7,770 00 7,000 00 

Portland, Iowa 4 2, 500 00 2,500 00 

Aurella, Iowa 4% 3,800 00 3,800 00 

Pierce Co., Wa&h 4% 21,200 00 20,000 00 

Yankton Co., S. D 4 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Duluth, Mich 5 1,000 00 1,000 00 

Des Moines, Iowa 4 10.250 00 10,000 00 

Stuart, Iowa 4 5,215 00 5,000 00 

$86,964 83 $81,609 83 $85,349 83 
Warrants: 

Snohomish Co., Wash. 8 $12,240 84 $12,240 84 $12.240 84 

Lewis Co., Wash 8 618 64 618 64 618 64 

Whatcom Co., Wash... 8 6,777 18 6.777 18 6,777 18 

Skagit Co., Wash 8 1,420 59 1,420 59 1.420 59 

$21,057 25 $21,057 25 $21,057 25 
Bank stock: 
15 shares Barton (Vt.) 

National Bank $1,500 00 $1,500 00 $1,500 00 

123 shares National 
Bank of Newbury, 
Wells River, Vt 14. 760 00 12. 300 00 14, 160 00 

$16,260 00 $13,800 00 $15,660 00 

OFFICERS. 

John Bailey, President; D. S. Fulton, J. R. Darling, Vice-Presidents. 

Auditors— E. W. Smith, D. S. Fulton, Ora Bishop. 

Investing Committee — John Bailey, F. Doming, Alex. Cochran. 
E. Baldwin, D. S. Fulton, J. B. Darling. 

Trustees— iJohn Bailey, D. S. Fulton, J. B. Darling, E. W. Smith, 
Geo. Cochran, Ora Bishop, F. E. Kimball. 

Treasurer's bond, $18,000. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement of the con- 
dition of the Wells River Savings Bank at the close of business on 
the 30th day of June, 1902, according to my best knowledge and belief. 

SAMUEL HUTCHINS, Treasurer. 

Subscribed and sworn to, at Wells River, Vermont, this 22d day 
of July, A. D. 1902. 

Before me, NELSON H. BAILED, Notary Public, 



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THE T\^ITE RIVER SAVINGS BANK, WHITE RIVER JUNCTION. 

June 30. 1902. 

besoubces. 

Loans on real estate In Vermont $63, 750 64 

noans on real estate elsewhere 156,003 00 

Loans on personal security 10, 802 96 

Loans on deposit books 2,005 00 

Loans with bank stock as collateral 13, 100 00 

Loans with mortgages as collateral 5, 332 61 

Loans on other collateral security 6,225 00 

Town, village, school district warrants 8,028 28 

State, county, city, town and school bonds 180,400 00 

Real estate for banking purposes 4, 100 00 

Keal estate by foreclosure 14, 690 45 

Bank stock owned, viz.: 

National Bank, White River^unction 500 00 

Miscellaneous assets: 

Safe, furniture and fixtures 700 00 

Premium on bonds 3,485 00 

Cash on deposit in National Banks, 
viz.: 

Chase National Bank, New York $7, 610 51 

National Bank of Redemption, Boston 5,501 92 

National Bank of White River Junction 9,770 67 

22,883 10 

Cash on hand 2,377 73 

Total ?4M,385 77 

LIABILITIES. 

Due depositors $485,204 64 

Surplus fund reserved 7, 472 T2 

Other surplus 1,708 41 

Total $494 , 385 77 

Whole number of depositors, June 30, 1902, 1,887. 
Number of depositors resident In this State, 1,303. 

Total of their deposits $292,068 03 

Number of depositors non-resident, 584. 

Total of their deposits 193,116 61 

Amount of deposits exceeding $1,500, in each case, 

$58,404.66. 
Number of such depositors, 32, of whom 23 are non- 
residents. 



Total deposits $485,204 64 

DIVIDEinJS. 

January 1, 1902, 1% per cent $8,052 23 

July 1, 1902, 1% per cent 6,964 24 

Total dividends for the year $15,016 47 

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EXPENSES. 

Treasurer's salary $1,G00 00 

Other salaries 160 45 

Btate taxes paid 8,212 16 

All other expenses for the year 1, 127 06 

Premium and interest charged off 316 23 

Total expenses for the year $6,814 92 



LIST OF STOCKS AND BONDS OWNED. 

Rate per ^ Par 

Descriptien. cent. Value. 
Bonds: 

Gibson. Illinois 6 $2,000 00 

Benton, Illinois 6 2,000 00 

ScottvlUe. Michigan 6 4, 500 00 

Pipestone, Minnesota 6 5,000 00 

Hot Springs, South Dakota 6 5,000 00 

Tacoma, Washington 6 3,000 00 

Coggon, Iowa 6 5,600 00 

Marne, Iowa 6 2,100 00 

Marshfield, Oregon 6 3,600 00 

Fonda, Iowa 6 2,000 00 

Ravenna, Ohio 6 6,000 00 

Gladstone, Michigan 6 4, 500 00 

Jeffer